Who has the cheapest auto insurance with no deposit?
I’d avoided buying a car for as long as I could. I didn’t need one for a long time. I was able to walk to work from my apartment. The grocery store was on the way. Any time I went out, I either bummed a ride or took a cab. That got a little expensive, to be honest, so I just started going out to places in my neighborhood.
But things change, as the always do. To make a long story short, I was offered a job at another office that was across town. It came with a small raise but mostly it was a position that would offer me a lot of opportunities. I had to take it.
Unfortunately, with the bus schedule didn’t agree with my work schedule. I’d either have to get to work at an insanely early hour or show up late every day. Getting home was a little hairy, too, I’d have to wait for about a half hour after I finished and by the time I got home, I’d be putting in something like a 12 hour day between leaving early and getting home late.
A car was my only option. I didn’t need something new because I was really only planning on using it for work. Plus, I didn’t want to have a huge car payment because I’d also have to pay to park and put gas in it and everything else that comes along with owning a car.
One way I figured I could save some money was to find very cheap car insurance no deposit. I didn’t think it would be easy to do. Who am I kidding? I didn’t think it would be possible to do. But I soon discovered that I had no idea what all was available out there.
I had good credit but not a very long credit history so a lot of places still wanted a deposit. Guess they thought I was going to all of the sudden stop paying my bills, I don’t know. Most places didn’t really care when I explained my situation. I mean, I needed the insurance so I could drive to my new job where I’d be making more money. But I finally found an agent willing to listen. I had my insurance sorted the week before I started my new job. So far, it’s going great.