“What Your Agent NEVER Told You”
Car Insurance Guidebook provides an unbiased, independent perspective on buying car insurance. We give solid information on policies by helping you get the best price, with the best company.
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Fact is, consumers spend a small fortune insuring our cars in this country. According to the NAIC, in 2014, the average cost of car insurance was $866. In other words, if you have 2 cars in your driveway, that’s like buying a nice 54″ Plasma TV every year. Not cheap. If we can help you shave off expenses and get a better auto policy in place for you or your family, we’ve done our job.
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Michele’s first introduction to insurance was working for a major insurance company as a file clerk and a mailroom supervisor in a regional office. There she learned insurance directly from underwriters and claims adjusters by asking a lot of questions and also watching them do their job.
She has a total of 17 years of experience working in the insurance industry in both personal lines (car, home, boat, recreational vehicles, etc.) and commercial lines (insurance for businesses). She has also worked for both insurance agencies and large international insurance companies, giving her the unique perspective of what happens in your insurance agent’s office as well as the perspective of what your insurance company is thinking about you and your insurance coverages.
During all of the hands-on insurance experience she was gaining, she also earned a number of insurance certifications from The Institutes and her Bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Idaho. She is also a currently a licensed property and casualty producer in the State of Oregon.
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