Auto Insurance for Good Drivers

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auto insurance for good drivers

Do you ever feel like your auto insurance company fails to reward you for having no accidents or tickets? If so, you are not alone. JD Power reports that overall satisfaction with auto insurance providers is lower in 2016 versus 2015, largely due to increasing prices. At Safeguard Insurance, we provide auto insurance for good drivers. Our insurance carriers reward good drivers with quality insurance at lower rates.

Save on Auto Insurance

There are many ways to save on auto insurance. Asking about discounts that might apply to your situation is important. Maintaining a high credit score can help as well. But, nothing is as important as your driving record and claim history. A few minor moving violations can impact your rates tremendously. At-fault accidents will have an even large effect on rates and could even cause an insurance company to non-renew you.

The key to preventing tickets and accidents is very simple: be a safe and courteous driver. Safe drivers avoid texting while driving, obey traffic laws and speed limits, drive defensively, and never operate a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

Auto Insurance for Good Drivers

If you fall into the category of a good driver, let the agents at Safeguard Insurance find you the right auto insurance coverage at the right price. You can call our office for a no-obligation auto insurance quote, or get a comparison quote online in just a few minutes.

We think good drivers deserve to pay less for auto insurance and will help you find the best possible price without sacrificing the quality coverage you need. We represent some of the strongest auto insurance carriers including Acuity, Nationwide, Safeco, Travelers, Progressive, and Mercury.

In addition, we can provide package quotes for your home insurance, umbrella insurance, motorcycle insurance, RV insurance, and watercraft insurance.

Safeguard Insurance is licensed to quote auto insurance in Nevada, Utah, Arizona, California, Idaho, Washington, Oregon, New Mexico, Texas, and Florida.

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