Are You Paying Too Much for Your Car Insurance?

STANBERRY INSURANCE | July 23, 2018

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Like food, housing, and medical care, car insurance is a necessity of life in the 21st Century. At a bare minimum, nearly every state in the U.S. has enacted mandatory liability car insurance laws for all drivers. A new car is a significant investment that most owners want to protect with comprehensive and collision coverage. Unfortunately, many people today are leaving money on the table in insuring their automobiles or trucks. You may be paying too much for car insurance when you could be saving hundreds of dollars a year. Our independent agents at Stanberry Insurance in Sylva, North Carolina can shop around with multiple insurance companies to help you find the auto insurance coverage you need at the best available rates.

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