If i drive less than 40 miles a day am I really entitled to more affordable car insurance?
You probably notice these ads on saying if you drive less than 40 miles you are entitled to cheap insurance to click on their ads to find out more. I was wondering if that true, what 's the trick?
many insurance companies in the US do offer a low mileage discount for many people who drive under a certain amount per year, it's mostly taken advantage of by seniors.
i know for a fact that travelers, farmers, and commerce offer it.
Yes, probably. My company will give a better rate if I drive less than 7500 miles per year (20 miles per day) and also less if I do not drive the car to work. Why? Because their risks are lower. I'm not sure that it will give you "cheap" insurance but it may give you "cheaper" insurance
It's marketing bull crap. I pay $290 every SIX months for FULL coverage on my 2012 Mazda3. I drive about 18000 a year and live in the USA. I'm married, older than you probably, have a $1000 deductible and haven't had an insurance claim since the mid 1990's.
"Entitled"? No. Eligible? Perhaps.
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