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The discounts no one tells you about that can save you up to 25% on your car insurance

Updated May 8, 2024
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There are numerous car insurance secrets no one tells you about unless you know to ask. For example, huge discounts can help you save 25% or more on your monthly insurance premiums, and it's possible you already qualify. If you're eligible for multiple promotions, you stand to save a whole lot more.

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Discounts you could be eligible for include the following:

  • Price reductions for low mileage drivers
  • Having a good driving record with no violations, DUIs or tickets
  • Insuring multiple vehicles with the same company
  • Being accident-free
  • Having airbags
  • Installation of an anti-theft system
  • Being a good student

If you're eligible for any of the discounts listed above, you could easily save 22%, 25% or more on your auto insurance premiums. But you won't know unless you check.

It's easy to see which discounts you may be eligible for with the tool above. Checking your new rate is free and easy, and it only takes a few minutes.

Important: You have the right to cancel your policy and change insurance providers at any point during your policy period. Refunds are possible if you cancel before your policy expiration date.

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About Holly Johnson

Holly Johnson

Holly D. Johnson is a nationally recognized expert and award-winning insurance writer who covers life insurance, health insurance, and various other insurance-related topics for corporations and well-known magazines with millions of readers. Johnson also covers personal finance, credit, credit cards, and loyalty programs for a variety of publications including CNN Underscored, Bankrate, and Forbes Advisor. 

The author is also the founder of Club Thrifty and the co-author of "Zero Down Your Debt: Reclaim Your Income and Build a Life You’ll Love." She and her husband Greg live in Central Indiana with their two daughters where they enjoy a debt-free lifestyle and travel up to 20 weeks of the year.

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