Tech-forward auto insurance may save you money and headaches



We all think we’re perfect drivers, but the reality is that accidents happen and they’re expensive. Out-of-pocket expenses for property damage or bodily injury are way higher than the average person can afford. That’s why car insurance is mandatory in almost every state. Simply pay your premium every month, and your insurance provider will cover the damages if and when they occur.

For most customers, that’s the end of the story, but they don’t realize that they’re allowed to switch insurance companies whenever they want. That means you should always be on the lookout for good rates. Once you’ve shopped around, however, you might be lost in all the insurance jargon that these companies throw at you. If all you’re looking for is better coverage at a lower price, Clearcover claims to offer just that.

Clearcover stands out among the car insurance industry by providing consumers a technology-driven approach to car insurance. It only takes a few minutes to get a quote, and you can do almost everything from within the Clearcover mobile app once you’re a customer, such as pay your bills, access your policy information and file your claims. Best of all, Clearcover offers all of this with easy-to-understand policies.

Clearcover does things differently than old school car insurance companies, but in this case, that’s a good thing. You never even have to interact with a single customer service rep to get covered, but Clearcover’s support line is ready and available if you ever want additional support.

Modern problems require modern solutions. With companies like Lemonade and Hippo innovating in the home insurance space, it was only a matter of time until a technology-driven car insurance company arrived. Clearcover changes the game by offering better coverage at a lower price in an easy-to-use mobile app. Check your price today and see how much you can save by switching.

Clearcover is currently available in nine states: Arizona, California, Illinois, Louisiana, Nebraska, Ohio, Utah, Texas and Wisconsin.

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