Glendale, AZ Auto Insurance Coverage
Collision Insurance – Pays for damage caused to your car in an auto accident. Collision Insurance coverage usually comes with a deductible. The deductible is the amount of money you pay toward repairs before the car insurance collision coverage begins paying. You may lower your auto insurance rates if you are willing to pay a higher deductible. Although it’s not legally required by The State of Arizona to carry collision coverage on your Arizona Car Insurance, most banks will likely require this coverage if your vehicle is financed or leased. Comprehensive Insurance – Covers damage to your car in some way other than a collision. Some examples of Comprehensive Insurance coverage would include: if your vehicle is stolen, vandalized or catches fire. In addition, flood and windshield damage to your vehicle can provide coverage under Comprehensive Insurance coverage on your Arizona Auto Insurance. Although it’s not legally required by The State of Arizona, most banks will likely require Comprehensive Insurance Coverage if your vehicle is financed or leased.
Ways to help lower your Glendale, Arizona Auto Insurance Costs
Multi-Policy Discount Bundle your Arizona Car Insurance with your Arizona property insurance and you could save up to 35%.
Good Student Discount Do you have a student in high school or college with a GPA of 3.0 or better? You could qualify for a Good Student discount if your child is listed as a driver on the car insurance policy, over 16 years of age and is a full-time student (high school or college). Eligible high school and college students may receive Arizona Insurance Discounts for maintaining a higher grade point average (GPA). Each insurance company has different requirements, ask your Arizona Insurance Agent at Greene Insurance for more details.