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When you are ready to purchase your first car – whether you justreceived your driver’s license, or have been borrowing Mom andDad’s for several years – there’s one thing you must think aboutduring the process: car insurance.

You may not know much about car insurance, but that’s OK,because there’s plenty of information to be found online tellingyou all about the different policies and coverages available toyou. The problem is, you could spend many hours, and even days,just trying to sort all the information for the details you reallyneed to know, as well as information that is accurate.

If you do have auto insurance questions, visit, a sitefull of free articles and infographics with plenty of backgroundinformation about comparing auto insurance companies, what factorscould increase your premium and even interesting facts like inwhich state are you most likely to be ticketed by traffic cameras(Florida). The site also allows you to compare multiple insurancequotes from top companies.

Auto insurancemay also be a factor in what kind of car you eventually end uppurchasing. Some brands of cars – sports cars for example – tend tohave higher insurance prices, which can affect how affordable thecar is in the long run. When you’ve narrowed your car search downto three brands, make sure you investigate how much the insurancewill cost for each.

Researching car insurance – and car models – before buying avehicle is a good idea. Research allows you to know when the listedprice is reasonable, what the safety rating for the vehicle is andeven what the dealer might try to get you to add on to the price,like extended service contracts for items that aren’t likely tobreak.

Purchasing a car is a huge investment, so doing a lot ofbackground research is a good idea to help you make a wise decisionon the vehicle you’ll be driving. And make sure you add autoinsurance to that list of items to research, because as soon as youpurchase the car, you’re going to need the insurance.