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Every potential driver that wants to be able to drive a vehicle on a public road needs to have auto insurance. Insurance can cost a considerable amount of money, and that's why you need to take some time and think about which insurance company is best for you. The initial step is to perform research and get quotes from multiple providers. Discounts differ from firm to firm as providers compete for clients. For more info on insurance firms and their respective strengths see our insurance providers descriptions guide. There is a form on this page where you can acquire quotes from our certified insurance providers. You will see all the quotes for free so you won't have to commit to any company right away. Overall, it should give a good indication of the kind of rates that are possible and out on the market so you can make an informed decision and hopefully save some money.
The minimum car insurance coverage required in Wisconsin is as follows:
- Personal Injury Protection
- Bodily Injury Liability Insurance
- Property Damage Liability Insurance
- Uninsured Motorist Bodily Injury Insurance
One thing that can help lower insurance rates is attending drivers ed so that you can decrease your points on your driver's license. There are online classes provided as well, which can be more convenient. Visit our traffic / driving schools page for more information.
Checking your driving history is also essential to making sure that you are not paying higher insurance rates because of some demerit points added to your license by mistake. There is further information on this issue on our driving record page.
In the end, one of the best ways to save on auto insurance is to try and drive safer. Your record will be with fewer tickets and violations and this will be reflected in your premiums.