DISCOVER THE HIDDEN SECRETS OF CAR INSURANCE
Do the Car Insurance Companies you're considering, have a good history in dealing
with claims and complaints? This information and much more is available to you if you
know where to look. Perhaps you would like to know the customer complaint ratio vs
number of policies written.
Or how strong the company is financially. Or even if the company is approved to do
business in your state.
If you're interested in finding this information, I suggest you start with the Department
of Insurance in your state. Most states maintain an extensive record of the strength of
each company and compare the past performance of each with the others, and rank them
accordingly. Usually this data will give you a complete picture of the ones you might
want to do business with as well as the ones you want to avoid.
Another good source of information is to search the internet for information about
different Car Insurance Companies, especially forums that discuss insurance.
Next, you might want to just ask people you know and trust about their company or who
they would recommend. After all, who hasn't had past dealings with Car Insurance
Companies? Ask them if they have had complaints against their company or had
problems after filing a claim. But remember, if they never had to file a claim, they won't
be able to tell you what might happen if you should ever have an accident. If they did
have claims and they were handled satisfactorily, then your friends review could be great
news for you.
The internet also can provide you with quite a bit of information on most of the
nationwide insurers. And even the websites that offer free quotes can provide some
information, although background info on Car Insurance Companies is not usually
Of course, these websites will give you the opportunity to do a lot of price and coverage
comparisons. Be sure to use the exact same information and policy requirements on each
quote form you submit. That way you are actually compar