The California Department of Insurance said today that it is reducing rates for the California Low Cost Auto Insurance Program for a second year in a row.
With annual premiums starting between $226 and $338, the program helps income-eligible good drivers buy minimum auto insurance.
CLCA rates vary by county. Currently, the annual premium for Sacramento County qualifying drivers is $276. Other rates include $238 in Placer and El Dorado counties and $250 in Yolo County.
Drivers may qualify if they have a good driving record, are at least 19 years old, have been continuously licensed to drive for three years, own a vehicle valued at $20,000 or less and meet the income-eligibility requirements.
For more details and premium costs by county, call (866) 602-8861 or see www.mylowcostauto.com.
Call The Bee's Mark Glover, (916) 321-1184.