Auto Insurance Comparison, Done and Done!

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Happy Sunday! How are the fathers in your life? My husband has been watching the World Cup all day so he’s happy. I am bummed though, because I haven’t gotten a chance to talk to my own dad.

Through out my life, he’s been my calm, comforting rock. It’s amazing to me how unflappable he was and still is. The Terror Twins give him a run for the money, but after raising my and my sister, I think he’s ready for anything. Especially after enduring my awful driving.
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One of the few times I have ever seen my dad red in the face angry is when I backed into our neighbor’s car early one morning. It was my third run in of the year. He literally leaped out of bed and started screaming. I think the phrase “you better be crying or I will give you something to cry about” may have been employed.

The happiest day of his life so far was probably when I got engaged and finally switched myself off of his car insurance.

So I couldn’t help but laugh when I came to the “compare auto insurance rates” item on my to do list today. I am a long way from my three wrecks in three months days. And my car no longer has a different color front (true story) but I am still haunted by those bad driving days of yore. As is my poor dad.

Fortunately for me though, madecomparing auto insurance rates a painless experience.
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Though they did ask me when I got my license, the wrecks of my teens and twenties were safely behind me. They even pulled my current policy’s info for me so I was able to still be on full on kid duty (dang Father’s Day) while comparing.

And the quotes at the end were real-time. If I wanted to, I could have bought right then through the site. These aren’t fly by night companies either, my quotes were from places like Progressive. Currently you can compare quotes from up to six top national carriers: Progressive, Travelers, Esurance, 21st Century, The General and Safeco. When I wasn’t thrilled with the first round, but I was able to adjust and customize my coverage and the quote change immediately.

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When I went to check in, my husband insisted there would be no decisions made by him on Father’s Day. That card again! This is why I love the internet though, I felt no pressure from a super nice agent whose time I had just wasted to buy. Instead i notated what the new monthly payment would be, sent an email to my husband to circle back with me tomorrow, and logged off to call my dad and remind him the great gift I had given him by leaving the nest and ensuring his cars were safe from accidents.

Check the site out if you’re in the market for new auto insurance, and frankly even if you’re not because I was surprised at how much money I could save ,#Compare2Win indeed! Right now they are concentrating on drivers in Texas, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Louisiana, Tennessee, and Mississippi. Want to know more about them? Find them on Facebook and Twitter.


  1. It’s great to have the good memories wrapped into our every day lives.

    Seems I missed out on quite a lot in the childhood department. But it’s good to have such a service as an adult to make insurance comparison easy.

  2. Oh my goodness! “You better be crying or I will give you something to cry about” probably wasn’t funny at the time but it is pretty clever 🙂 Car insurance is so important, esp. when you need to use it!

  3. Love the photo of you and your dad! Too funny about the happiest day of his life. 😉 It’s important to compare auto quotes every so often to make sure you’re still getting the best price. Sounds like this was a pretty easy way to do it!

  4. my Dad was in the insurance business, so in our house you could never have enough coverage-I know how important it is. thanks for sharing these great memories

  5. Oh my gosh, I laughed out loud when I read this because I ALSO had three wrecks in three months. My dad ALSO met me red faced and screaming! I was so glad when those were finally “off” my driving record.

  6. I got in my first accident on my 21st birthday. And then I managed a bunch more after that. My poor dad… #client

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