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California extends low-income auto insurance plan

California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has extended the state’s Low Cost Auto Insurance (CLCA) program for another five years. More than 50,000 Californians have benefited from the plan to date.

The no-frills policy provides individuals making under $27,075 coverage for less than $400 a year. Some other stipulations include being at least 19 years old and insuring a vehicle worth less than $20,000.

Consumer Watchdog group executive director Douglas Heller asserts that some people may forgo auto insurance if they feel it’s too expensive.

“Millions upon millions are struggling in this economy – and the Low Cost Auto Insurance program allows cash-strapped motorists a chance to drive legally,” says Heller. “That’s not just better for low-income drivers, but it’s a relief to everyone on the road when fewer people drive uninsured.”

Having adequate auto insurance will provide a motorist with financial security in the event of an accident. Without car insurance, a person could face major financial strain in the event of an automobile collision. A clean record and following safe driving practices can help keep auto insurance costs low.


August 1, 2011 - Posted by | av best insurance, lancaster auto insurance, lancaster home insurance, lancaster life insurance | , , , ,

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