Get customized prices from the top companies so you pay less. If you believe you're paying too much for your auto insurance rates, maybe you are! If you are currently without coverage, we'll show you the best options in Summit and surrounding counties to get you quickly back on the road. You don't want your policy to lapse, since a license suspension could result. Whether you need state-minimum limits or a $1 million umbrella, we shop so you save a lot. Special fleet policies for small businesses are also offered.
Now that Lebron is back in Akron leading the Cavaliers, there's only one thing left to do. Reduce your prices! We shop and compare all major companies so you can instantly view the cheapest car insurance rates in Ohio. Whether your current policy just lapsed, or you would like to receive the most competitive quotes, we shop for you. Our online quotes are personalized, so they match your specific situation. Our "Low Cost Guarantee" lets you view the best offers anytime. You can also choose to compare your best options online (through our link at bottom of page) or with a live experienced broker at various locations including W. Turkeyfoot Lake Road, Canton Road, Kenmore Boulevard, Manchester Road, N. Miller Road, W. Center Street, and S. Cleveland Massillon Road. Cities in the area that we also service include Cuyahoga Falls, Twinsburg, Tallmadge, Macedonia, Portage Lakes, North Canton, Barberton, Ravenna, Stow, Streetsboro, Norton, Hudson, and Kent.
Do you need a low down-payment? Do you need coverage today? Are you without coverage? We can help. We're the premier trusted resource in Ohio for finding the lowest prices from all companies. With more than 34 years of experience, we have helped thousands of Buckeye residents save money. All areas of the state, including Akron, Canton, Cleveland, Toledo and Youngstown are included in our service area. If you're a student at the University of Akron, Cleveland State, Kent State, Toledo, or other local schools, a special reduction may be available. Typically, you need to maintain a "B" average or 3.0 gpa. Twice per year you will be asked to furnish a copy of the grades. If you qualify, you'll likely save hundreds of dollars.
View the best options now and get covered! Simply click on our secure website link at the bottom of the page, provide your zip code, and instantly compare the cheapest prices in Summit County. No cost or obligation! And yes...We're located here in Ohio! All Ohio policies must meet the state minimum liability requirements established by the Department of Motor Vehicles. Currently, $25,000 per person and $50,000 bodily injury per accident are the least amounts of coverage you can have. However, increasing coverage to the next level ($50,000/$100,000) is highly recommended. The minimum amount of property damage required is $25,000, which may not cover multiple vehicles that are totaled. $50,000 is the next optional level.
Financed vehicles will require comprehensive and collision coverage. Although deductibles of $250 and $500 are the most common, you can choose among several different options. Leased vehicles will likely require increased liability limits of $100,000 per person and $300,000 per accident. Property damage of at least $50,000 will also be required. Once a vehicle is paid off, or you own the title, you can consider just liability coverage, which may drastically reduce the rate. However, if you have an at-fault accident, you will be responsible for the physical damage to your car or truck. "Comprehensive and liability only" policies are also available that cover fire, theft, and vandalism.
Although we offer the lowest rates in the entire state, several of the zip codes in the are with very attractive pricing include 44333, 44224, 44278, 44240, 44260, 44685, 44203, 44281, 44230, 44632, 44264, 44286, and 44241. In addition to Summit County, otherr local counties with low rates include Medina, Lorain, Portage, Stark, Wayne, Ashland, Huron, Erie, and Lake.
Here in the Buckeye State, many top-rated carriers offer affordable auto insurance rates. Often, some of the most competitive prices are from Motorists Mutual, Cincinnati, Westfield, Central Mutual, Farmers, Geico, Grange, Erie, and State Farm. It's also important to consider "complaint ratios," which measure customer satisfaction when service is needed. A high complaint ratio is a consumer-warning that your service may not be as friendly as other carriers. These figures are adjusted each year and should be viewed periodically.
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