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Rate Suckers are real, and only Snapshot® can stop them

Posted by Brittany Ritchey on 4/16/2013 at 7:38 PM

You might not know it (63% of those we surveyed didn’t), but you’re paying more for car insurance because of others’ bad driving habits.

They’re called Rate Suckers, and they’re everywhere:

Behind the wheel for breakfast, lunch and dinner. 

Out to play at the strangest hours.

Slamming. On. Their. Brakes. Constantly.

Only Snapshot saves you!  It sets you apart, so you can take back the savings you deserve.

Researching new cars? Here’s a must-read for you

Posted by Brittany Ritchey on 12/4/2012 at 7:00 AM

10 hours. That’s how long (on average) people spend doing research before buying a new car, according to a study conducted by Harris Interactive.

Save some time by reading our quick-reference guide to:

How does my car affect my insurance rate?

While you probably won’t choose a car solely based on how much it costs to insure, knowing this might help you make the final call.

(Tip: Use our Cost to Insure calculator, available on our mobile site and app, to compare vehicles and see which is least expensive to insure.)

how your car affects your insurance rate


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3 tips to pay less for car insurance

Posted by Brittany Ritchey on 1/10/2012 at 8:00 AM

Quote with a new company.
Rates vary by insurer, so you might get the same coverage for less. For example, drivers who switch to Progressive save over $475* a year on average. To see how much you could save, quote a Progressive auto policy today. 

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Snapshot by the numbers

Posted by Brittany Ritchey on 4/29/2011 at 2:30 PM

Quickly learn more about SnapshotSM, our biggest car insurance discount ever!

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Ways to save hundreds on your driving expenses

Posted by Brittany Ritchey on 12/31/2010 at 7:00 AM

If saving money—one of the top New Year’s resolutions, according to USA.gov—is on your 2011 agenda, consider starting with your car. By making a few changes, you could save hundreds or more over the course of the year.

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