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Insurance Companies are trying to price a product before any one uses it and that is a difficult task So, things like deductibles as suggested here can limit your out of pocket expense in the short term, but maybe costly in the long run. So that is an important part of building a personal insurance program, but not necessarily a major piece. I never recommend reducing your limits. That is a drastic action and one you should avoid at all costs. For whatever reason you thought that was an adequate amount insurance before; it is unlikely that your situation in life dictates that it no longer is necessary. Reduce your costs by how you drive. Many companies will give credit for substantially less driving. The most correlated variable in car insurance  is actual miles driven. So if you can reduce that, you should save on your auto policy..Look at ride share, public transit or other ways to use your car less. If that is not practical look at ways you can drive safer. Be sure your air in your tires is correct, that you can safely  see out of your side view mirrors, that you vision is good and that your attention to driving is foremost and that you are not impaired in any way including lack of sleep. Most accidents are caused by human error. Drive defensively !
Answered on December 17, 2013
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