Q: I don’t know much about auto insurance. Will I be able to use and understand “Ten Questions?”
A: Absolutely! The guide is written in very clear language, and the appendix contains layman’s definitions of all the technical terms used in the book. The less you know, the more you will learn.
Q: How is “Ten Questions” different from other “how-to” and “instructional”
A: Most of those books were written by insurance agents who are not “specialists”
Q: Isn’t using this guide “cheating?”
A: Owning a crowbar is not a crime. Using it to break into houses and businesses is a crime. Merely possessing a very powerful tool is not an indication that you intend to use it for unethical or immoral purposes. “Ten Questions” is a tool, a “rule book” if you will, about auto insurance. Knowing those rules allows you to play the game fairly. Nobody who plays any game “fairly” can rightfully be called a “cheater.”
Q: How much money will “Ten Questions” actually save me?
A: That depends on who you are, and what you know. Even if you are already very savvy about auto insurance, you will still find money-saving information in the guide, most likely in unexpected places. Many people carry very high amounts of “UMPD” insurance on their policies, for example, but the most expensive car they own is worth less than 20k. Not paying for coverages that you do not need and cannot possibly use is one area often overlooked, even by those with the sharpest of pencils.
In general, the less you know about auto insurance, the more money this guide will save you. Most people will save thousands of dollars over a lifetime. If you tighten up your policy and increase your limits in the right places, it could save you tens of thousands. “Ten Questions” isn’t about getting the cheapest policy at the cheapest price: It’s about getting the best policy at the best price.
"Ten Questions was inspired by watching people pay hundreds and thousands of dollars more than they should have for their auto insurance, because they gave the "wrong" answers to the rating questions. The ebook versions are priced under $8, the paperback under $12, and the audiobook version is coming in early April! A single 5% discount that you have been missing will save you more than the cost of this guide," he continued.
"Still skeptical? So were other people, but not anymore--read these reviews," he said.
"Fantastic Resource," November 13, 2011
This review is from: Ten Questions - The Insider's Guide to Saving Money on Auto Insurance: Hidden Discounts Revealed (Paperback)
"As an insurance agent, I won't give you these answers, but this book certainly does! Learn the tricks of the trade and save money on your auto insurance. This book is a must read for all auto owners!"
From Barnes and Noble.com
"This book is a huge eye opener for those of us who don't know about the insurance "DISCOUNT QUESTIONS." The answer to these questions are VITAL and will affect your insurance premium. This book has ALL the answers and educates the potential driver on how to SAVE money!!! A real no brainer!!!! Easy reading and must know info for you and all of your family and friends. I sell cars for a living and I saved well off $125 on my 6 month premium!!! Check it out and save!!!!"
"If you're still not convinced that "Ten Questions" has the answers you need to saving money on car insurance, download the free sample before you buy. You have absolutely nothing to lose but your overpriced insurance policy," John concluded.
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John David is a publisher of self-help guides and consumer information materials, in electronic and other formats.