Metromile Comes To NJ!
Car Insurance Can Be A Hassle
Woo, boy. Buying car insurance can be a daunting task. I know that I hate doing it, going through all the hassle with the companies, getting the quotes, and then realizing how sky-high your rates are going to be, even if you don't drive that much! I know we only travel to drop Syrus off to school, and my husband to work, but that's about it. It's not fair to drivers who don't drive a lot to charge them horrible rates.
But not anymore! With Metromile, you can pay by-the-mile! Did you know that New Jersey is the fifth most expensive state to own a car in? New Jersey has just become the third state on the east coast where per-mile insurance is offered! NJ joins California, Illinois, Washington, Oregon, Virginia and Pennsylvania!
But How Does It Work?
Those enrolled will receive the Metromile Pulse, a device that connects to the car’s onboard diagnostic (OBDII) port and wirelessly transmits data to the Metromile smart driving app. From the app, drivers can then access insights to personalized driving trends and diagnostics. Plus, it can tell you other details about your vehicle. Metromile drivers save an average of over $500 annually! That's a lot of pocket change!
According to Dan Preston, CEO of Metromile, he says, "At Metromile, we believe that people who hardly drive should hardly pay for car insurance. Living in New Jersey is expensive, but, for low-mileage drivers, high-priced car insurance will be a thing of the past as they will see significant savings with Metromile’s pay-per-mile model."
Win A Swag Bag!
Metromile is offering one lucky Corter Moon reader a swag bag with a ton of awesome stuff, including:
Notebook & Pen
Bike seat cover
Tumbler (for hot and cold beverages)
In fact, you can see my sister modeling some of the Metromile swag we received below!
So, if you are interested in paying a lot less for car insurance here in NJ;
Enter The Swag Bag Giveaway Below!
Note: Corter Moon was compensated in the form of a free gift in exchange for my honest opinion. All opinions are my own and do not reflect that of MetroMile.