ValChoice, the industry’s first insurance rating service, can help consumers find the home and auto insurance that offers the best value. Specifically, the company uses analytics to help consumers compare different providers concerning price, protection (claims payment), and service.
Car buyers, even those with less than perfect credit, will want to take a look at the latest J.D. Power U.S. Auto Insurance Study before deciding on a car insurance company.
GAP waiver agreements could save you thousands of dollars after your car has been totaled. Learn more about GAP waivers and their importance.
Saving money on coverage is great, but it’s just as important that consumers with less than perfect credit be satisfied with their car insurance provider.
Saving on auto insurance is great, but credit-challenged consumers should also keep in mind that it’s also important that they’re satisfied with the claims service they receive from their car insurance company.
Consumers with bad credit typically pay more for car insurance because their FICO scores are low. Mercury car insurance study shows vehicles from 2012 to 2015 which were the cheapest to insure – many would fit the budgets of poor credit buyers.
No one expects or wants to be involved in an auto accident. But what if you are, and your car is totaled? What happens next? If you reasonably informed and have a plan, the process that follows a collision can be significantly less stressful.