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canada goose Hammer Down Your Car Insurance Tab In 6 Easy Steps Brandon Ballenger, Money Talks News Mar. 7, 2012, 1:01 PM According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, in 2010 the average American spent $5.75 each and every day for gas. Since the average price per gallon is now approaching its record price of $4.11, you can bet that’s a bigger number now. What’s a driver to do? You can try to use less by doing things like checking tire pressure, cleaning air filters, and rolling up (or down) your windows. You might even try to hedge prices by following the advice in The Single Best Tip to Beat High Gas Prices. But here’s an additional idea you may not have considered: Adjust your car insurance. The same BLS report referenced above shows the average American spends more than $1,000 annually on car insurance. Squeezing savings from your policy will ease your pain at the pump. In the video below, Money Talks News founder Stacy Johnson offers three practical ways to lower your premium. Steer through it, then read on for a few more ideas


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