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Car Insurance Feature
Auto insurance rates have been steadily rising the past few years. This is one reason why consumers must shop around for the best car insurance rate. Keep in mind these factors that help determine your cost for insurance:
Car Insurance Rates(1995 to 2004)
III estimates based on U.S. Bureau of Labor CPI data, company filings and trend projections. Car insurance can seem confusing. But once you understand the different types of coverages that make up your policy, it's not hard at all. Your car insurance is really a package of seven primary coverages. Taken together, these coverages make up a standard auto policy. Each of these coverages has its own separate premium. Your total premium payment is the sum of these separate premiums.
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