yes if you don't have the full amount-no if you have the full amount and the installments carry a high rate of interest.
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Annuities are purchased from insurance companies. The insurance company take the money and invests it to try to make more money for the investor. They pay the buyer back in installments.
I have home and auto insurance with AAA. Fairly standard. They also offer health and life insurance although its not what they are best known for. Auto is by far their insurance leader. Personal Catastrophe and Excess Liability Insurance is also offered as a way to protect your future. Not just auto� they have boat.watercraft insurance. Not sure but it would make sense if they also covered motorcycles and stuff like that too but don't quote me.
It doesn't make sense to keep auto insurance without a car anyway! If you do get hurt in an accident where the other driver is at fault, their insurance will pay for the damages. However if you plan on driving someone else's car, make sure you are added on their car insurance policy as a secondary driver.
If you own a collectable car you will need auto insurance to make sure you are fully covered. A good place to get auto insurance is through Geico or American Collectors Insurance.
Call your claims department. This is found on your auto id card or insurance paper work.
The insurance company would pay them directly to make sure they are paid.
They are independent insurance agents that work with other insurance companies to make sure your auto insurance is the best it can be, even if that means moving to another insurance company.
When you insure a vehicle that you use for business purposes, make sure that you insure it under an authentic commercial auto insurance policy. A personal auto insurance policy will not cover many business uses of an automobile, and if you make a commercial auto insurance related claim that is not covered on your personal policy it will be denied. Therefore, when you buy or lease a car for business use, contact a commercial auto insurance broker if your general business insurance broker or provider cannot assist you with your commercial auto insurance needs.
Usually insurance companies offer their clients one of two ways to pay for their insurance. Either you can pay it all up front every six months or so or you can make monthly payments.
When obtaining auto insurance quotes from brokers, it is always best to deal with auto insurance specialists unless your homeowner's policy offers discounts for auto insurance purchased from the same company. If that is the case, and you have been happy with your homeowner's policy, simply obtain a quote from the company that issues it and compare it to one or two online quotes from leading auto insurance firms. If you see a great difference, you may want to speak to auto insurance specialists to make sure that you understand each quote so you can make the right decision.