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{{city}}, {{region}} — This is the 1 simple truth most drivers don't know. If you are currently insured, drive less than 50 miles/day and live in a qualified zip code you can get an extremely high discount. Additionally, if you have no DUIs or traffic tickets in the last 3 years, you can get even greater discounts. But do you think drivers are being told about this?

When Shannon¹ entered her zip code at My Insurance Savings, she was shocked. She found out she was severely overpaying, and she could get car insurance much cheaper.
"I used them to see if I could get a better price on insurance. I'd been with one of the big insurance companies, but after speaking with 2 insurance agents was able to lower my bill by $500.", wrote Shannon P. in her review on SiteJabber.com¹.
When drivers visit unbiased sites like My Insurance Savings, they can view all competitive rates in their area. Survey data indicates it is possible to save up to $610 per year on their car insurance rates. These savings are possible thanks to all newly introduced insurance policies. 

The "guideline" or "policy" that everyone needs to know – NEVER buy insurance without comparing rates on sites that are unbiased AND include updated auto policies. It is a guideline everyone should know but many actually forget about. Always comparison shop before you buy anything, especially when it comes to insurance!
Are you overpaying for your car insurance? It is highly likely you are. Take two minutes out of your day to protect yourself from overpaying.
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● Step 2: Once you go through a few questions, you will have the opportunity to compare the best carrier quotes in your area for an average savings of up to $610/year.
¹Shannon P. review on SiteJabber.com publisher on 26th of October 2017 - https://www.sitejabber.com/reviews/everquote.com#4 

* Clarification of the advertising headline "Rule in ". - Merriam-Webster's Dictionary defines the word "rule" as "a piece of advice about the best way to do something" (http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/rule). This article aims to advise the public that comparing rates is one of the best ways that you can save money on car insurance. No matter what city, state or zip code you live in you can compare rates and get free quotes. If you truly want to find the best rate and save on car insurance then follow our advice or "rule" to compare rates. Here are links to two surveys which demonstrate the importance of comparing rates and how applying this "rule" in any state, city or zip code can help drivers save 32% and $368 per year. A new survey found that the #1 reason people switch is because they found a cheaper rate. Click Here for Survey. A second survey which analyzed car insurance quotes for 1,000 zip codes across the U.S. found that within a given zip code, rates vary by 154% on average, allowing drivers to find an average of 32% and $368 per year in savings. Click Here For Survey.

** The headlines leading to this advertorial that claim a new "policy", "guideline" or "practice" is launched for low mileage drivers are based on the following article: https://www.adlergiersch.com/provider-blog/auto-insurance-covid-19-refunds-are-they-enough/#_ftnref7 The following quote from the article explains why that headline wording was used by us: “Auto insurance is regulated by the states and state laws require auto insurance rates to be cost-based and not excessive,” said Birny Birnbaum, economist and Execute Director of CEJ. “That means insurers must provide the auto premium relief because the rates based on pre-COVID-19 restrictions have become excessive.” According to this every state in the USA has a state law that requires auto insurance rates to be cost-based, not excessive and not overcharging consumers. That means that insurance rates for every single state should take into account low-mileage drivers and their potential lower risk factor (among with other factors that may affect their rate) which may result into lower insurance premiums.

*** Clarification of the advertising headline "Guideline in ". - Cambridge's Dictionary defines the word "guideline" as "a piece of information that suggests how something should be done" (https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/guideline). This article aims to advise the public that comparing rates is one of the best ways that you can save money on car insurance. No matter what city, state or zip code you live in you can compare rates and get free quotes. If you truly want to find the best rate and save on car insurance then follow our advice or "guideline" to compare rates. Here are links to two surveys which demonstrate the importance of comparing rates and how applying this "rule" in any state, city or zip code can help drivers save 32% and $368 per year. A new survey found that the #1 reason people switch is because they found a cheaper rate. Click Here for Survey. A second survey which analyzed car insurance quotes for 1,000 zip codes across the U.S. found that within a given zip code, rates vary by 154% on average, allowing drivers to find an average of 32% and $368 per year in savings. Click Here For Survey.

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