Car Insurance, or financial responsibility, is mandatory in most states, including Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana, Missouri, Nevada, Ohio, Oregon, Texas and Virginia.  

According to an article in The Chicago Tribune Business section, 3/9/18, “The insurer that had the best rate when you bought your coverage may not be the most competitive after you move, get married, add a teenage driver, buy a new car or improve your credit score.”This is why we always recheck your renewal rates when you come to Solo Insurance®.  Rates have been going up these last few years.  It’s good to let us re-shop for you or ask your agent to if you’re not a Solo Insurance® client.

If you’re not a client, it’s still easy for us to check the rates for you.  Check us out at:        #THESoloIns #Save

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