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Cheap Auto Insurance Rates
How to get cheap car insurance rates without sacrificing quality
When it comes to insuring your car, the cheapest auto insurance rates aren’t necessarily the best value. If you’re in an accident and have to file a claim, you need to know your insurance company will take care of you. Here are key factors to consider – and questions to ask – as you compare the cheapest car insurance rates:
Ultimately, this is what insurance is all about: the experience you have when you need to file a claim. Only Nationwide offers On Your Side ® Auto Repair Network SM. This service provides policyholders a written guarantee on the workmanship of the appraised and completed repairs as a choice of qualified car repair shops.
As you compare cheap car insurance rates, seek out customer reviews of each company to get the real story. Nationwide works hard to ensure that our insurance products and customer service exceeds expectations. Read our customers’ auto insurance reviews online to see for yourself.
Availability of discounts
One way to get cheap car insurance rates is to add up the various discounts available to you. We offer a variety of discounts, including savings for multi-car policies, safe driving records and membership in select affinity organizations, such as a Farm Bureau (in selected states).
Before you select a company with cheap auto insurance rates, find out if there are free extras or policy options that may benefit you. Nationwide offers a free On Your Side Review – an insurance assessment to help you get the exact coverage you need at a price that’s right for you. Nationwide also offers Accident Forgiveness and Vanishing Deductible ® options as other ways for you to manage your insurance.
Insurance terms, definitions and explanations are intended for informational purposes only and do not in any way replace or modify the definitions and information contained in individual insurance contracts, policies or declaration pages, which control coverage determinations. Such terms may vary by state, and exclusions may apply. Discounts may not be applied to all policy coverages.