Car Insurance Rates for Rosie O'Donnell or Bill Gates Mean More than Expense
by Ed Sneneh, Chicago Auto Insurance Producer
Auto insurance quotes for Rosie O'Donnell for a new Rolls Royce Phantom Drophead should not be structured and presented the same way as Auto insurance quotes for an average car to an average person on the streets of Chicago, Illinois. Auto Insurance Quotes are not all the same, and they do not mean the same to all people.
Auto insurance quotes presented to an average teen, with no wealth, driving an average high mileage vehicle on the streets of Chicago is probably geared toward convincing the teen that the auto insurance is mandatory by law, and the teen may lose his or her driving privilege if caught driving without insurance. Low car insurance rates, and paying the cheapest car insurance premium is the main factor that will affect the teen.
Car insurance rates mean something else for someone with little wealth. The low cost of auto insurance will still be the main factor in the purchase decision, but protecting the little wealth is another factor. The quality of the insurance is important For someone with little wealth.
For people with more wealth, more attention needs to be paid to the amount of coverage provided (limits of auto insurance), and the quality of the insurance, as well as the financial strength of the company providing the coverage. At certain point, auto insurance rates are meaningless. Limits of liability insurance and financial strength rating of insurance carriers are the only key factors.
Auto Insurance Quotes to famous or wealthy people like Rosie O'Donnell or Bill Gates are meant to protect their wealth, not to save them a couple of dollar. However, even in this case, a dollar saved is a dollar made. To comparing car insurance rates in this case takes a different dimension.