Insurance Discounts You Need to Ask For
Insurance Discounts Tip #1: Take a driving education course! The course is good for an insurance discount lasting three years which more than makes up for the incremental cost of the driving course. And, it can never hurt to brush up on driving rules.
Insurance Discounts Tip #2: Renovate your home; upgrading your homes heating, plumbing, electrical or roof may create insurance saving opportunities. Reducing electrical fire and water damage from a leak, hail-resistant roofing, or a new furnace can open a door of savings, just talk to your local agent.
Insurance Discounts Tip #3: See if your insurance company offers a driving record discount. Many companies offer programs that monitor your driving habits and give discounts based on safe driving. Ask your agent.
Insurance Discounts Tip #4: Add a security system to your home. Discounts of up to 10% are available when you install a monitored alarm in our home. Note: It’s always best to consult your trusted agent first to learn how to receive the maximum discount.
Insurance Discounts Tip #5: Good students are disciplined and, chances are, they paid good attention in Driver’s Ed. Many insurance companies give discounts based on good grades. Ask your agent if they need a copy of your student’s report card.
Insurance Discount Tip #6: Be sure to tell your insurance agent where you went to school. Tell your agent what your career choice is and if you belong to any groups. You could receive up to 10% discount if you belong to one of our partner alumni associates, fraternities, financial institutions, professional groups, or sports organization.
With a little education and some good habits, insurance savings are available from many different places.