If it’s been longer than six months, you could be wasting up to $1,127 per year.

Comparing rates from multiple insurance companies might sound like a chore, but thanks to a free service from SmartFinancial you can find a better price online in just minutes.

How SmartFinancial helps you save

To start, SmartFinancial will ask you some quick questions about the factors that can affect your car insurance rate — things like your age, your home state, the type of vehicle you drive, and your driving record.

Based on your answers, they’ll sort through over 200 insurance companies to find the lowest prices available in your area.

They’ll also search for any discounts you may be eligible for. For example, if your car has airbags or daytime running lights, you might be able to land a cheaper rate. Even just wearing your seatbelt could lower your premium.

SmartFinancial does the legwork so that you don’t have to. They make it easy to find the same coverage you already have or better at a lower price.

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Stop wasting money

Shopping around for a better rate with SmartFinancial is one of the easiest ways to shave some money off your car insurance bill.

In the same amount of time it takes to watch a cat video on YouTube, you could save yourself almost $100 a month.

So what are you waiting for? Check out SmartFinancial today, and take a turn in the right direction.

Compare insurance quotes and save money

Did you know that you could be saving some serious money just by switching insurance companies?

It’s true. You could be paying way less for the same coverage. All you need to do is look for it.

But don’t waste your time hopping around to different insurance companies. Use a website called SmartFinancial to see all of your options at once.

SmartFinancial will provide you with a tailor-made list of possible policies from all major and most relevant insurance carriers.

About the Author

Shane Murphy

Shane Murphy


Shane is a reporter for MoneyWise. He holds a bachelor’s degree in English Language & Literature from Western University and is a graduate of the Algonquin College Scriptwriting program.

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