Auto Insurance Advice : How to Find Good Auto Insurance

You are thinking about buying car insurance
and you are trying to figure out what is the best way to do it. My name is James with The
Resurgence Group. We are a full service insurance agency and we specialize in auto insurance.
Our recommendation is that you speak with a local agent in your local area and you sit
down with them and you explain what it is that you are trying to accomplish. There are
many different types of insurance, types of carriers, and types of limits. It’s all about
your budget. So you can design a program specific to how much money you want to spend each month
and that is going to really tell you what carrier and what limits are going to be offered.
If you think about it, the more premium the more coverage, the less premium, the less
coverage. If you are ever in an accident you are always going to want the most coverage
but if you have only been paying a little bit of amount each month the chances are you
don’t have the proper amount of coverage. That agent will be able to spreadsheet a host
of carriers and be able to design a program specific to your needs and your budget. My
names is James with The Resurgence Group and this is what we do every day and I am sure
that if you find an agent they’d be more than happy to do exactly that, spreadsheet multiple
carriers and give you multiple quotes and make sure that your insurance fits your budget
and you enjoy driving that car safely.

Paul Whisler


  1. anyone know any insurance companies with reasonable quotes for young drivers?

  2. Good vedio. i recommend this blog to learn how to get the cheapest car insurance.
    You can read it up here at carinsurancetutor(dot)com/2009/07/30/25-ways-to-get-cheapest-car-insurance/

  3. Insurance is a scam! I never had a ticket or accident and have to pay $220 per month? I can buy a Kia for $99 a month WTF?? Bad drivers should pay more or stay off the road and good drivers should pay almost nothing since we are not the cause of the accident. Anyone with less than 1 accident and 1 ticket every 3 years should pay super less!! What a SCAM!! – please refer me a good company with low prices. How much do you pay for 1 or 2 cars?

  4. @heartlessvietboy Yeah, government auto insurance is a great idea.

    "Okay sir, we'll take care of the damage done to your vehicle. You'll just have to head on over to your local DMV, wait in line for about six to eight hours, fill out the appropriate forms, get back in line for another six to eight hours (on another day, of course) and then submit the documents into our system, and we should have the money to fix your car in about three months. In your case it may cover up to 10% of damages!"

  5. @heartlessvietboy – Hell yeah I totally agree with you!!! Friggin Insurance is a rip off!

  6. @heartlessvietboy You forgot to deduct the $250 to $1000 deductible that the people have to pay out of our own pocket.
    it should be…
    Good drivers… pay small amount
    BAD DRIVERS…. Pay most of the amount
    No good driver should have to pay for a bad drivers irresponsibilities.
    Case closed.

  7. @heartlessvietboy If you really want to see insurance prices double within the next ten years, then that's a good idea. But if you look at situations where the government has taken partial or complete control over an industry, you'll see that the result is either an increase in the price, a shortage in supply, or both. Their roads are over-crowded, their medicare program is hugely over-budget, and the schools they run are losing quality, even as budgets rise. They're bad at providing stuff.

  8. @heartlessvietboy That's only part of it; expenses are rising far faster than inflation in government-controlled services, even as quality decreases. Contrast that to computers, which remain at roughly the same prices as their power continues to rise exponentially. This is the standard form of progress on the market, dead opposite to the model that describes public goods and services. Tragedy of the commons, look it up.

  9. @heartlessvietboy What does that have to do with anything? You think that the cost is going to magically disappear just because you hand it off to the government? They still need to get the money from somewhere, and that means they're either going to tax it from you, make you pay for it just like you do now, or borrow it from China and tack it onto the $40,000-per-person debt they've already racked up. There's no such thing as a free lunch.

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