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Cut Your Car Insurance Premiums
Car insurance is one of the dearest parts of owning and running aCar insurance is one of the dearest parts of owning and running a car, however by taking a little time to research the market place and by taking advantage of the resources that can be found online you could save money when it comes to renewing your car insurance.
When taking out your motor insurance policy check out what excess the company is asking or with your policy. By offering to pay more excess you can reduce the cost of your premiums which could end up saving you money. The excess is what you pay towards the cost of the claim when you make a claim, for example you stand to the first £50 or £100.
Having a good no claims bonus can help to cut the cost of your premium by up to two thirds. By protecting your no claims bonus it will cost you but in the long run it could well work out to your advantage.
By adding a named older driver to your policy you can knock off around 10% of your insurance premiums. Similarly, if you have younger drivers named on your policy then have these taken off to help reduce your premiums.
Fitting extra security to your car can also help to save you on your premium. Fitting good quality locks, steering locks and alarms and having your windows etched with security codes can all help to reduce the costs.
If you can afford to the pay for your premium for the year upfront, this can sometimes knock around 30% in insurance off your premium rather than paying for it monthly, which would attract an additional fee.
Consider taking advanced driving lessons. The more qualified you are for driving then the cheaper your premiums are, simply because the insurance company sees you as less of a risk.
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