How Squeeze works

With Squeeze, all you have to do is enter your ZIP code and fill out a simple questionnaire.

It takes just 10 minutes, and after you're done Squeeze takes over the hunt. Within two business days you'll be able to compare quotes from up to five different auto insurance agents on your Squeeze dashboard for free.

Each insurance agent submits up to three quotes, so you'll be comparing up to 15 customized quotes. If you tried getting 15 quotes on your own, it'd probably take a full week of being on the phone.

Your personal information doesn't change hands until you select the policy that works for you. Squeeze then connects you with your selected insurance provider for the information exchange.

Squeeze works with top auto insurance providers like:

  • State Farm
  • Progressive
  • Allstate
  • Liberty Mutual Insurance
  • Nationwide
  • Farmers

I wanted to provide a service that allows consumers to squeeze the most out of their finances – saving them both time and money.

— Elias Janetis, CEO of Squeeze

Renewal time is much easier

Your insurance policies go up for renewal every six months, and we typically recommend shopping around to ensure you've secured the lowest rate.

Squeeze takes things one step further and automates this process for its users, with Cruise Control™.

Cruise Control™ keeps track of when your policy is up for for renewal and automatically re-shops insurance rates to ensure you continue to get the best deal. You'll receive up to 15 new quotes to review, every six months.

Get started

I only wish I would have done it sooner, it was extremely easy and we could have saved thousands of dollars.

— Erika, a Squeeze customer from Lake Worth, Florida

Squeeze offers a break from the frustrating gauntlet people typically have to go through to secure auto insurance. Let Squeeze work for you, and start comparing rates today.

About the Author

Rudro Chakrabarti

Rudro Chakrabarti

Former Managing Editor

Rudro was formerly a Managing Editor of MoneyWise. He has since moved into an operational role within the publication. His work has appeared on Yahoo Finance, MSN Money and The Financial Post. He previously served as Managing Editor of Oola, and as the Content Lead of Tickld before that. Rudro holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of Toronto.

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