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“How does deductibles affect auto owners insurance premium?” plus questions
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Your deductible will make your premium higher per month if you have the lower end deductible like a $250. Generally you will want to look at how well you can afford a higher deductible per incident since that is the out of pocket expense you are responsible for. A $500 deductible is a more manageable amount for many people. You should be able to find an agent who will work with you to show you the difference in premium. I know we do in our agency. If you are an Indiana resident check our web site www.angelautoinsurance.com
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The higher the deductible the lower will be your auto insurance quote. The reason for the insurance company to offer you better discounts or higher discounts is because they will save the amount of deductible in case of a claim and secondly they will not have to incurr expenses (save cost) on the claims since small claims will be wedded out.
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