The best deal may be the policy you already have, with a few modifications.
There is a lot of fat in a typical car insurance policy that can be eliminated with a little knowledge.
The first thing to do is to eliminate any extras on your policy.
For example, get rid of the towing and rental car coverage.
Many people have an alternate form of transportation available to them like a spouse, neighbor or co-worker thus eliminating the need for rental car coverage.
The likelihood of being stranded by most modern cars is low, so towing is generally not a big concern these days either.
Next, consider raising the deductible on your collision and comprehensive coverage.
Raising the deductible to $1,000 or more could cut the cost of your car insurance by up to 40%.
Of course this comes with a downside that should you be involved in an accident, you will have to pay a larger amount out of pocket.
If your car is older and not financed, you might consider dropping collision and comprehensive coverage altogether.
This could save you big money each month, but again it comes with the risk of having to pay for all the repairs to your car should you need to make a claim.
If you have medical coverage on your policy and you are already covered through a health plan at work or through your spouse, you can drop the medical coverage your car insurance policy provides.
This is a simple way to save some money on your policy.
What if you have cut all these costs and you feel your insurance premium is still too high? Spend some time online at some of the insurance comparison.
There you can put in all of your personal information and driving history and get a comparison between the policy you have now and what other policies are available to you.
You might just find that the policy you have now is way overpriced compared to what is available to you from another insurer.