-The Midwest Book Review
Willis M. Buhle
From the Author
If you are looking for information to help you understand the car insurance rating process, do you really have the time and energy to sift through hundreds of pages of unrelated information to find the few gems of knowledge that will save you money?
Ten Questions is only 78 pages long. Why? Because I took the time to boil the information down to the pure essence, so you don't have to. There is no "filler," no "fluff," no extraneous information that you do not need or care about.
This guide is priced competitively, is worth every penny, and is absolutely guaranteed. If you don't save money, if you don't learn anything about car insurance, I want you to return it. It is about saving money, after all, not wasting it.
Ten Questions is also available in audiobook format. None of my competitors even offers an audiobook. You can learn how to save money on car insurance while driving your car—how perfect is that?
FAQS about Ten Questions:
Q: How is Ten Questions different from other "how-to" and "instructional" guides that claim to have the same information?
A: Most of those books were written by insurance agents who were not "specialists" in auto insurance. Auto insurance is all I know, and all I do. In three years, I sold more policies in more states than most agents will in a lifetime. Ten Questions is about saving you money on auto insurance, nothing else.
Q: How much money will Ten Questions actually save me?
A: That depends on who you are and what you know. Even if you are already very knowledgeable about auto insurance, you will still find money-saving information in the guide, most likely in unexpected places. Many people carry very high amounts of "UMPD" insurance on their policies, for example, but the most expensive car they own is worth less than 20k. Not paying for coverages that you do not need, and cannot possibly use, is one area often overlooked, even by those with the sharpest of pencils.
In general, the less you know about auto insurance, the more money this guide will save you. Most people will save thousands of dollars over a lifetime. If you tighten up your policy and increase your limits in the right places, it could save you tens of thousands. Ten Questions isn't about getting the cheapest policy at the cheapest price: It's about getting the best policy at the best price.