Where can I get the most affordable liability insurance as a college student?
I'm going to purchase a car for $5,000 before I head off to college. With a lower value, I only want liability insurance. Where can I find the cheapest liability insurance rates?
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Answered on Apr 13, 2021
“For a vehicle that costs only $5,000, liability insurance is probably the best choice if you’re content with losing the car if you get in an accident.
But don’t go with the first rate you find. Instead, you should shop around and compare quotes from at least three providers to get the cheapest rate.
Or you can sign up for Jerry to get quotes from dozens of top companies in one place. With this free app, you’ll be able to find the cheapest rate possible—even as a college student.”
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