Heck...I got an energy savings "come on" about how much I'd save per year if I did certain things or bought certain items for my home. My calculation had the utility companies sending me a check every month. Why would anyone not do that?
Or so the TV ads declare as such or close to it. The amount may vary but overall its suppose to be a big saving compared to your current "auto insurance" provider. Now, if you switch insurance providers do you really get that big saving? Ask yourself, when comparing the big name auto insurancers where is all that saving coming from. If you're already insured by one, how in the heck did you get screwed having to pay way more to begin with. Is this an one time deal maybe to get you to sign-on or is really a continuing saving, every time you re-new(not $500 everytime) but where you save alittle, but if you switched again, will another $500 come into the picture or close to it? Myself like everyone else wants to save some $, but is it a real good deal having the *SAME insured level* compared to someone else.
Jeeezz, they certainly make it sound that way. -----Willy