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The gold and silver cross is synonymous with the ubiquitous Chevrolet brand. Usually shortened down to “Chevy”, you can hardly walk through a parking lot or drive down the road without seeing someone driving a Chevy. If you happen to be a member of this large group of drivers, then it’s probably going to be easier for you to find a decent rate for your car insurance. If you’re not paying the lowest possible premium, or if you’re unsure as to how your monthly payments compared to other drivers, we are happy to inform you that you can find that out here.
Chevrolet is one of the many makes that fall under the umbrella of General Motors. The company actually started just a few years after the official Incorporation of GM, due to a partnership between Lewis Chevrolet and William C. Durant (who had recently been forced out of the General Motors Company). Durant succeeded at getting his revenge less than a decade later after making enough money at Chevy to buy back General Motors and reinstate himself as president of the company once again. Chevrolet has many subsidiaries all over the world, and sells everything from compact cars to heavy duty commercial trucks for businesses and individuals nearly everywhere.
Within the last decade or so, Chevy has offered nearly 40 different models of vehicles in the North American market alone. Some of the most popular models today are the mid-sized Chevy Malibu sedan, the compact Chevy Cruze, and the midsize Chevy Equinox crossover SUV. These vehicles provide affordable comfort and functionality for drivers who take a more pragmatic approach to fulfilling their transportation needs.
How old is your Chevrolet vehicle? What sort of safety features does it have? Are you financing it, leasing it, or have you bought it outright? How many miles do you drive per year, and why do you drive in the first place? Your insurance agent will ask you all of these questions, if they haven’t already. Because all of these features will have a significant impact and how much you pay for your premium. But different car insurance agencies will have a different opinion on which factors matter more than others, which is why you see such variable pricing when you actually sit down and comparison shop between them.