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Stop Paying Your Car Insurance Company $825 More Than You Should Every Year

Veronica Litt

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Have you been on the same car insurance policy for several years? You’re probably paying way more than you should.

Every year, your car’s value changes. The market changes too, meaning that the insurance companies have changed their prices.

To get the best possible car insurance rate, experts say you should compare rates twice per year, and make sure that your policy reflects the current value of your vehicle. But that’s a ton of work!

Fortunately, there’s a website called Gabi that will do this for you—and you don’t need to fill out a single form. All you need to do is link your current insurance account and type in your driver’s license number, and Gabi does the rest.

Gabi’s benchmarking shows that the average customer saves $825 per year.

Gabi works by comparing 40+ insurance plans that are similar to your current coverage. After it scans through the competition, it presents you with all the facts and figures you need to make sure that you’re always getting the best possible rate—and I do mean “always.” Because Gabi is linked to your insurance account, it continuously scans the web for new deals to save you as much money as possible.

Case Study: Nicholas Saved $2,200 With Gabi

Take Nicholas Swanson as an example. Nicholas had “youthful drivers” in his home, and State Farm was consequently charging an exuberant rate and refusing to more than 6-month policies. Paying more than $8,000 per year, Nicholas said, “the price of State Farm was killing us!”

Nicholas used Gabi.com to save $2,200 per year. Here’s how he did it:

Nicholas linked his insurance account to Gabi, and the online service seamlessly:

  • Analyzed his existing insurance plan.
  • Compared his plan to similar plans from major insurers.
  • Found a plan that cost $960 less per year and helped him switch on the spot.
  • He didn’t have to fill out a single form.

In the end, Gabi found a way better policy that saved $183 per month. That’s $2,200 per year, and all he had to do was spend 20 minutes using Gabi.

“Wow! Just, WOW! Thanks Gabi.com!”—Nicholas Swanson


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