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Alabama Automobile insurance for elderly people
Posted by Alabama Car Insurance Expert on Dec 20, 2010 in Alabama Auto Insurance
Most companies offering auto insurance policies usually evaluate all the applications based on how well one can manage to pay the premium and other statistics. Information such as your driving record, your age, marital status and credit and employment history are determining factors when it comes to giving you premium rates or not.
When it comes to auto insurance for seniors, the same terms applies and they actually end up getting higher rates in major or minor accidents because of their age. Statistics show that senior citizens are more accident prone compared to younger ones especially when dealing with intersections mainly because of their age and their rate of alertness. However, it is still possible for seniors to get low rates if they consider a few things before going for the premiums in Alabama.
Avoiding driving violations
Seniors shopping for the best rates on car insurance should avoid getting any type of traffic violations. They’re a sure fire way to get quoted very high premium rates. Although mostly unspoken, its a well known fact that older people tend to have poor decision making skills in situations such as intersections. Many are impatient and sacrifice good driving practices in order to get to their destination quicker. As a senior, keeping your driving record clean is the key to getting the low premium rates you are looking for. In order to lower rates, refresher driving lessons may help convince insurance agencies to offer a better premium.
Keeping your own vehicle safe
Fitting your car with additional safety features can also get you lower quotes from insurance companies. The reasoning behind this is simple : if you are willing to proactively take safety precautions, you are less likely to be involed in an accident and represent a lesser risk. However, this calls for technological knowhow as the devices are coming in complex versions every now and then but as long as they serve for the protection purpose of the driver, it is enough to get lower rates.
You can fit your car or truck with seat devices which provide maximum comfort and ease while driving and also keeping you safe at the same time, power brakes, power steering as well as automatic transmission which usually probably won’t require too much hard physical work from the part.
Auto insurance for seniors can also be obtained at lower rates by shopping for insurance quotes and getting the best offer in the market. The internet will help you to compare the rates that will be best suited for you.
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Alabama is one of the states going to the polls tomorrow to pick a Presidential candidate. The UpTake’s Chuck Olsen is on his “Southern Fried Tour” and asks Birmingham-Southern College Political Science Professor Natalie Davis explains the big role race plays in Alabama politics, the support Obama and Clinton have among young voters, and the problems of media-based politics