May 5, 2006, Newsletter Issue #15: How to Eliminate a High-Risk Car Insurance Rating

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Time is the first way to eliminate a high-risk car insurance rating. Most states consider a driver with a clean driving record for three consecutive years as a good risk.

To help lower costs associated with a high risk car insurance rating now, drive an older car and drop comprehensive and collision coverage. You should also try to clean up your credit history by budgeting your spending and paying bills on time.

Purchasing your car insurance online will help you to comparison shop between several car insurance companies at the same time. You could save a considerable amount of money.

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