Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Looking for new affordable car insurance check out @Metromile a new car insurance just launched in PA #Giveaway

I’m lucky, my commute to work is straightforward and simple, I leave my house jump on the subway and a few minutes later arrive at my office. My husband on the other hand is in an odd spot and would have to take multiple buses to get to his office so he drives to work. His commute is only 1.5 miles from home so 3 miles round trip a day. His drive to and from work takes him about 7 minutes, on a bus it has taken over an hour and it’s something he’s not really willing to do.
With driving comes the cost of it, like gas and insurance. You need both and while gas prices are coming down my husband’s insurance cost seem to never budge. Living in a big city has its benefits, but it also has its detractions like paying higher than average car insurance. With such a short commute to work and the fact that we average about 6,000 miles a year driving why should we pay the same as someone who drives 3 times the miles we do? I like the concept of pay what you use and with Metromile you get just that and they’re finally available in Pennsylvania!



Metromile is revolutionizing car ownership to fit your lifestyle. If you aren’t driving much, you shouldn’t be paying much. With pay-per-mile insurance and our smart driving app, we aim to make car ownership less expensive, more convenient, and as simple as it can be.
All you need to do is simply plug the small wireless device into your cars diagnostic port and start saving! The device will securely count your miles and that’s what you pay for the miles you use. With the assistance of an app (available via the App Store and Google Play) you’ll be able to monitor your vehicle health, locate your car and check your driving stats! And this is just the beginning! More features will be available soon.
Getting back to the pay per mile cost and what that means, you pay a base cost each month (rates vary by driver) but let’s say it’s about 40 dollars, then you pay for the miles driven let’s use .09 cents a mile we average about 500 miles a month driving so our cost would be 45 dollars, add that to the base price and your monthly payment for insurance is 85 dollars! That’s a lot cheaper than we pay right now and if you can save money and get all the coverage you’re used to and expect from an insurance provider then why wouldn’t you do it?
The generous folks at Metromile are giving one of Susan’s Disney Family readers a chance to win a Metromile Swag bag filled with some great stuff including a $50 gas card, T-shirt, Notebook & Pen, Mousepad, Sunglasses, Phone Charger, Tire Gauge,  Air Freshener & Tumbler (for hot and cold beverages).

Would you like to enter? Please visit the Metromile site take a look around and let me know what you learned. You can also tell me who would love to use this service and why? There are also other ways to enter please enter below.
For more information about Metromile, visit www.metromile.com and follow Metromile on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. 

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One winner will win a Metromile Swag bag filled with some great stuff including a $50 gas card.

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33 comments:

Julie Wood said...

Metromile is affordable car insurance on how much you drive your car, and I do not drive my car a lot and sometimes use transit so this would be a great service for me! It is available where I am and I am going to get a quote to see how much I can save!!

Shelly Peterson said...

This type of car Insurance would be great for me to use because I don't do a lot of driving.

steve weber said...

I learned they will send you a free device to connect your car with our smart driving app, so you’ll have access to driving stats and smart services that 
save you time and money.

peg42 said...

This would be perfect for me. I have a 2004 car with only 36,000 miles. Having a car insurance that bases it's price on mileage would be a money saver for me.

Ann Fantom said...

I learned that all of Metromile's billing information is available on your online dashboard.

abfantom at yahoo dot com

clc408 said...

I see that they offer insurance to UBER drivers. I don't drive very much so this might be a good option for me.

Deb Pendley said...

Sounds awesome!

Lee Mckoen said...

I love that rate by mileage and my daughter would use this

VickeC said...

I dont travel a lot so this would be for me,,i learned that if you dont drive a lot it can save you a lot of money

Natalie said...

I learned that it also can tell you if something is broken in your car, help you avoid street cleaning tickets, find where you parked, and teach you better routes and schedules to minimize commute times and maximize fuel efficiency.

Cheryl said...

I learned that "65% of drivers pay higher premiums to subsidize the minority who drive the most." I would love to use this service because I'm a low-mileage driver.

Cheryl said...

Blogged about the giveaway: http://www.fahling.net/2015/09/giveaways-on-september-18.html

Linda said...

This is a great service for someone like my brother who doesn't drive much.

VickeC said...

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D Johnson said...

I learned that you can save on road trips. With per-mile insurance, you aren’t charged for the miles you drive above 150/day (250/day in Washington).

007blond said...

I think the free device to connect your car with a smart driving app is super cool!

RICHARD HICKS said...

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susan1215 said...

I learned that it also can tell you if something is broken in your car, find where you parked, and teach you better routes and schedules to minimize commute times and maximize fuel efficiency.

kathy pease said...

I learned Currently, per-mile insurance is available in California, Illinois, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Washington. This is not in Vermont but my hubby would like this as he mostly only drives to work

Lauren-Olivia Wood said...

I would use this service for travel! I love the per-mile insurance!

Unknown said...

I learned that if you dont drive a lot it can save you a lot of money

Buddy Garrett said...

I learned it has a device to connect you to smart driving apps. We would like this because we want to save on insurance.

Anonymous said...

I learned you pay for the miles that you use. I would use this service to save on my insurance.

mom2twogirls82 said...

This service would be great for my mother in law who doesn't do much driving.

breanna pollard said...

They have very affordable car insurance.

PAIGE said...

I learned I can monitor my cars health and save lots of money

Nicole Carter (Weasley) said...

I learned that they send you a free device to connect your car with their smart driving app. I would love to use this to save me money!

Thomas Murphy said...

I learned they offer a revolutionary pay-per-mile car insurance.

rounder9834 @yahoo.com

Jerry Marquardt said...

I would love to personally track my miles, and I learned that this could help me do that. It is very important to not lose track, and Metromile gives me the opportunity to do so.

Tammy Woodall said...

I learned that Metromile can help save you money because they charge for insurance by the mile.

trixx said...

I love that they have a mechanic that you can email! I'd use this since I don't drive daily.

Tylerpants said...

I learned that their customer service queries are answered by actual humans. Lisa L tylerpants(at)gmail.com

lilyk said...

I learned that the company is located in San Francisco, California.

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