Car Insurance for Seniors and Elderly at Affordable Rates
Senior citizens, like everyone else, want high-quality, comprehensive
and affordable auto insurance coverage. After so many years behind the
wheel and all the experience that comes along with it, there's no
reason any senior citizen with a valid driver's license shouldn't be
able to find an
affordable auto insurance policy
that suits their needs. While some other insurance companies shy away
from older drivers, Acceptance is here to work with you.
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What You Need to Know about Senior Car Insurance
Regardless of your age, you must have the minimum amount of basic
insurance coverage to legally drive in your state of residence.
Finding a senior citizen car insurance policy can be difficult,
though, due to the limits that some insurance companies put on older
drivers. While other companies have rigid age limits or restrict the
options and hike up the prices for seniors, Acceptance is a leader in
car insurance for seniors and other
"non-standard" drivers. We accept drivers in all age categories and from all walks of life
and offer a breadth of policies at affordable rates.
Car Insurance Coverage Considerations for Seniors
There are many factors senior citizens should consider when shopping
for insurance. The needs of a mature driver are different than the
needs of a younger driver, and it's important to find a senior car
insurance policy that suits you at this stage in life. It's also
important to find an insurance company that understands your unique
needs. Remember - just because you're out of the "standard" age range
for some insurance companies doesn't mean you can't have comprehensive
coverage or qualify for discounts. Even if you've been turned down or
disappointed by astronomical rate quotes and poor coverage options,
contact Acceptance today and see what affordable coverage, premium and
deductible options you have available. You may be surprised at what
Throughout the country there are state regulated laws when it comes to wearing your seat belt while either driving or being a passenger in a vehicle. Seat belt laws started to come into effect in the 1990's with California being the first state to make it a primary offense for not wearing a seat belt. 30 more states later added their own seat belt laws.
Spring break is right around the corner and although some will be flying to their destinations, many will be taking road trips. Did you know that 100 million Americans actually prefer to plan out a road trip rather than fly? If you're someone who prefers to drive rather than fly, be sure that you're prepared for whatever the open road may bring by enrolling in our roadside assistance program.
For a lot of Americans, February comes with goodies not only on Valentine's Day but also goodies in the form of a tax refund check from the IRS. Splurging on a vacation or new electronics may be tempting, but take time to consider investing in your future with your tax refund.
Celebrated the 3rd Monday of every February in honor of George Washington's birthday, Presidents' Day occurs between February 15th and 21st. President's Day is a national holiday and is typically observed with, among other things, no school for students and closed banks. At Acceptance Insurance, we stay open so we can service our customers should they need us!