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Watercooler: Tips for cutting auto insurance costs

Published September 15, 2012 10:18 pm
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The route to a lower rate for car insurance may be a trip down the information highway.

A number of websites offer a variety of tips and advice on how car owners can take the financial bite out of auto insurance. Here is a sampling:

Autos.com • Spotlights tips for first-time car insurance buyers, at http://bit.ly/OYcpf3.

Consumer Reports • Discusses types of car insurance and money-saving tips, at http://bit.ly/lvyGj7.

DMV.org • This private group provides a car insurance savings guide tailored for teens and parents, at http://bit.ly/NnLNE6.

Edmunds.com • Lists 10 ways drivers can lower the car insurance bill, with additional related articles, at http://www.edmunds.com/auto-insurance/

Investopedia • Highlights 12 car insurance cost-cutting methods, at http://bit.ly/9Pqe4N.




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