Automobile insurance Justice of the Peace publishes checklist of seven causes individuals wish to swap car insurance –

Baltimore, MD, September 22, 2021 – ( – People have busy lives. Job. Children. Wedding. The list could be continued ad nauseam. But if this pandemic has taught people anything, it is that in almost any situation they should never stop shopping at the best price, and that includes auto insurance.

Believe it or not, the price of auto insurance can be one of the two or three most expensive expenses for a typical American family, and most people don't do very well to constantly compare prices. That means that many families could leave a lot of money on the table, so to speak.

"Let's face it … people don't like to discuss auto insurance," said Martin Thomas, senior editor, Car Insurance Judge. "But like so many people in this country with multiple cars in a family, it's very likely that families will pay a lot of money to get those cars insured, especially if there are kids under the age of 25 at the best price."

Below are seven reasons put together by the Car Insurance Judge why people should think about changing their car insurance policy, or at least calling their agent to see if they can get a better rate:

1. Improved credit score.
2. Marital status changed.
3. Adding or removing a driver or vehicle from the insurance policy.
4. Bought a new house.
5. Moved to a new city.
6. Need special auto insurance coverage.
7. The current insurer increased insurance tariffs.

"Too often one or more of these changes happen and people just don't do anything," said Thomas. "For some reason, people just accept the auto insurance rates they get month after month, year after year and don't do anything about it. They really could lose some potential savings."

If drivers haven't done this in a while, they should call their insurance agent right away to see if they can lower their current rate. It costs absolutely nothing to ask the question, and you might end up with a very surprising answer.

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