What is insurance?

Insurance is a type of protection provided by a company to make sure your car and home are safe.

It can help pay for repairs, protect you from fire and theft and help with your health care costs.

How much does it cost?

Insurance can cost you up to $10,000 a year if you have a vehicle or $25,000 if you own a home.

If you own more than one property, you could pay more than $250,000 per year.

The cost varies depending on your state and if you live in a high-cost area.

The average cost is $9,500 per year, according to an analysis by the nonprofit Institute for Insurance Research.

The highest-cost counties are the ones in California and Texas.

Here are some tips to help you decide how much to pay: 1.

Ask about insurance coverage and deductibles.


Compare rates and coverage.


Compare quotes and deduct them.


Compare the cost of insurance to other vehicles.


Know your car insurance and deductible coverage.


Check your auto insurance policy before you buy.


Compare your vehicle’s coverage with your homeowner’s insurance.


Check with your insurance company if you need a special exemption.


Look at the deductible and coverage for your vehicle and ask if that applies to your situation.


Compare deductibles with other auto insurance.


Get a quote for repairs or to buy your next car.