Question of the Day: What percentage of Americans have NOT shopped around for auto insurance for two years or more?
- What types of items do you shop around for before making the purchase decision?
- What types of items do you NOT shop around for before purchasing ? Why do you choose not to find other prices for these items?
- What are ways that you can compare prices for auto insurance policies?
- If you were told that you could save $400 a year if you shopped around for auto insurance, would you do it?
Behind the numbers (from Nerd Wallet):
NerdWallet’s analysis shows that drivers without tickets or violations may be missing out on saving $416.52 a year, on average nationwide, by failing to compare car insurance.
In addition, 38% of Americans who currently have car insurance say that they haven’t price checked their insurance by comparing it with quotes from other companies in at least three years (or ever), the survey found. More than 1 in 5 (21%) haven’t checked in at least three years and 17% haven’t checked at all.