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How To Save Money on Auto Insurance

Updated on April 20, 2021

 Personal Finance

We all prioritize our bills in order of importance, just in case something happens and we need to let one or two slide for a month. We all run into those times when we need to rethink how we are paying our bills in order to prevent getting buried under a seeming avalanche of back-owed payments. And we all drive a car. If you’re in a tight financial situation and you’re thinking of letting your car insurance slip, which do you imagine you will be paying more for if you get pulled over? A short term loan? Or driving without insurance? See what we’re saying? You do not want to be caught driving without insurance. In Nevada alone you get fined 350 dollars plus court costs for a first time offense. That’s a tad more expensive than the extra cost of a payday loan. Well, it’s actually much more than a tad. And that’s just the first time offense. What if you’re in an accident and found at fault and you have no insurance? Then you might be looking at a lawsuit, jail time, revoked license or points on your license…all because you decided to let your automobile insurance lapse in favor of other bills. Not a good idea. Look, we know times are tough, and you can’t always pay all of your bills on time. Don’t pay the utility bill and your power is shut off. Don’t pay the rent and you get evicted. We understand those are more important in the priority list. But if you have a job that requires you to drive, the last thing you want is to get caught driving without insurance.

A hassle-free payday loan from CASH 1 can help you keep up with all that. Don’t let your auto insurance expire just because you ran into some unexpected financial needs. The consequences of doing so can have a much longer lasting effect than just paying off a payday loan in a few weeks. You can avoid the hassle, some of which might last a lifetime, just by keeping your automobile insurance current. Don’t take the chance, don’t wait, don’t put off paying the auto insurance bill. And don’t, by any means, think it couldn’t happen to you. We could fill up the rest of our blog pages with stories of people who were certain they would never get caught without automobile insurance and in some cases ruined their lives. It’s not the same as winning the lottery or being hit by lightning, getting pulled over is an inevitability in life, and the first thing the officer will ask for is your driver’s license and proof of insurance. That right there is the recipe for a very bad day. Like we said, 350 dollars is a lot more expensive than a payday loan, and you don’t want to take the chance. You just don’t.

And drive safe.

Check out our Powerpoint Presentation on how Payday Loans Can Help Keep Your Auto Insurance