You can get car insurance discounts in Georgia based on how you drive, the car you own, and your relationship with your insurance company. In Georgia, car insurance companies are allowed to consider factors like residential and marital status when setting premiums. That means there are also discounts available for being married or owning a home.
Almost anyone can get a discount on car insurance in Georgia because most insurance companies make it easy to qualify for a variety of savings. Georgia insurers typically offer discounts that fall into one of three categories—policy discounts, driver discounts, and vehicle discounts.
Policy discounts typically reward customer behavior that is desirable to the insurance company. For example, most Georgia drivers can save by registering for paperless billing or getting both home and auto policies from the same company. Driver discounts are available to Georgia residents who are lower-risk to insure, like those with clean driving records. And vehicle discounts help drivers save if their car has certain safety features or anti-theft systems.
Car Insurance Discounts in Georgia
||How It Works
||Insurance companies reward long-term customers with lower rates.
||Up to 10%
||Georgia state law requires insurance companies to provide at least a 10% discount to drivers age 25 and older who have a clean driving record and no at-fault accidents. The driver must also take a defensive driving course.
||10% to 30%
||Insurance companies are required by state law to provide a discount to older drivers who complete an approved defensive driving course. Drivers must be 50 years of age or older to qualify.
||5% to 10%
||Drivers who have been insured for 6 months or more save on insurance.
||5% to 25%
|Billing and Payments
||If you pay for your policy in full, set up automatic payments, pay online, or go paperless, you can save.
||2% to 25%
||Insure multiple vehicles or get different policy types (like home and auto) from the same company can earn a discount.
||1% to 12%
||Young drivers with a “B” average or higher are eligible for discounts.
||5% to 20%
||Some insurance companies offer discounts for drivers who are willing to have their driving habits monitored by an electronic device attached to your car and/or your smartphone.
||1% to 30%
||Cars featuring multiple airbags, anti-lock brakes, daytime running lights, and other safety add-ons can save on car insurance.
||2% to 30%
||Car alarms, LoJack, steering wheel locks, or other anti-theft features can make comprehensive coverage more affordable.
||5% to 25%
Remember, discounts vary among different insurance companies, so it’s always best to contact the provider directly to determine which discounts you qualify for.
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