- Getting married. You might think that marriage is only a money spender. Well in most instances it is; the wedding itself, buying a home, starting a family, etc. But don’t neglect your auto insurance after you tie the knot. You and your spouse will probably be eligible for discounts on your insurance policy. Because you and your spouse will most likely put your cars on one policy, the insurance carrier may offer you a significant discount.
- Getting divorced. Divorce is never a fun time for anybody. Whether it’s an amicable split or a disagreeable, divorce is an unfortunate event. And to make matters worse, your auto insurance is probably going to rise. But the good news is it’s a perfect time to evaluate your insurance rates and find an agency that will provide you with an even better rate. There are a lot of insurers out there. Take advantage of it. Shop around.
- Retirement. Most retirees do not have the same needs as they once did and are spending a lot less time in the car and on the road. Also, many retirees decide to downsize to one vehicle because having multiple cars is just not necessary. Notify your insurance carrier when you retire and they can help you lessen your Connecticut auto insurance costs.
A crummy economy, high gas prices, and routine automotive maintenance make owning a car difficult. Many folks are pinching pennies and looking for ways to save because of our country’s current financial depression. There are three major life-changers that may lend a helping hand to your quest for money-savings. Elliott Insurance Group has mentioned how you can save money with these three big life-changers.