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How much cost Dodge car insurance?
Dodge has been a long time brand within the Chrysler automobile family. Its well regarded Town & Country minivan is a suburban staple and the Chrysler 300 is a roomy luxury vehicle. The brand started as an independent company in the early 1900’s but was soon merged in the Chrysler family of cars. But, through the years American consumers have loved Dodge automobiles.
Average Insurance Cost for a Dodge
The cost of insuring a Dodge will be generally a bit higher than the national average, but there are many factors that go into the insurance premium you will be charged. The make and model of a car will, of course, influence your rates. A sporty Challenger will usually cost more to insure than a smaller family car, and you will typically pay a bit more for insurance for cars that cost more to purchase. Also, you must determine whether you want your state mandated minimum coverage or opt for broader protections. If you have a clean driving record you will get discounts from virtually every carrier. But, if your record isn’t spotless, don’t worry. You’ll be able to get coverage but your annual premiums will be higher. A variety of other personal factors will be taken into consideration by insurance carriers when they calculate your annual insurance costs. Dodge owners in urban areas will usually pay more than their suburban or rural counterparts. Young drivers will pay more than older motorists. The best advice we can give when you’re looking to insure your Dodge is to get quotes from multiple insurers. Prices vary, sometimes dramatically, for the exact same coverage.
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Dodge Insurance Rates by Company
The American consumer has a lot of choices when it comes to car insurance companies. Sure you could probably rattle off a few insurers right off the top of your head, but don’t limit yourself to considering only the carrier who has the cathiest song on their commercials. There are many regional or specialty providers of auto insurance who can often give you lower prices and better customer support. Dodge owners may want to look at Allied, Acuity, Erie or Farmers Bureau, just to name a few. Yes, the GEICO’s and Allstates of the world got their positions at the top of the market for a reason, and they can often offer you low rates, but they’re not the only ganme in town. Some carriers cater to memebers of the Armed Forces and will provide cut rate prices. Take a look at them if you qualify. The point is, when you’re looking to insure your Dodge, cast a wide net and you will doubtlessly find cheaper insurance.
Roadside Assistance for Your Dodge
Buyers of a new Didge can expect to receive free roadside assistance for the first 5 years or 60, 00 miles, whichever comes first. That coverage will help you for the standard incidents: a flat tire, a dead battery, towing, and others. Consult your insurer if you’d like to broaden your roadside protections. Almost every carrier provides roadside assistance and, if you bundle it with your liability and collison insurance, you will likely get a good discount.