There are still ways to reduce your auto insurance rates. To begin consider insurance companies that offer the maximum discounts for new customers. Another is your personal credit score. When evaluating an insurance company's rates go to credit karma to review your insurance score and your FICO score. These two things count roughly between 10-15% of the auto insurance rates. Lastly, work with an independent agent who is authorized by many insurance companies to represent different types of auto insurance policies.
Remember if you have had an at fault accident or not at fault accident your rates will be higher. Even though you had a not at fault accident the likelihood of having an accident increases.
At Insurance Group of Nevada we monitor and manage our client insurance policies to find additional savings that may have come available. This includes accidents or violations expiring, new discounts being offered, new rates being approved that is in favor of our clients best interest, and payment history. Call us today for a complete auto insurance review