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Four ways to save

With some companies, it's hard to know if you're getting the best deal on your auto insurance and receiving the discounts you deserve. Not with Nationwide. Our Discount Finder® periodically reviews your policy to uncover new opportunities for auto insurance discounts as your life and situation change.

Here are four more ways you can get the best auto insurance deal for your needs:

1. Add policies and save

Reduce the cost of your auto insurance policy when you insure your home, condo or apartment with Nationwide. And when you insure more than one vehicle, you can save up to 20 percent. Save up to an additional 5 percent on your auto insurance policy when you purchase life insurance from Nationwide.

2. Get rewards for safe driving

Save up to 10 percent if you're a good driver with at least five years of driving experience and no accidents over the past five years. When your teen driver earns a B average or better in school, you may qualify for up to a 15 percent Good Student discount.

3. Take advantage of loyalty and club memberships

Nationwide offers affinity discounts for those belonging to qualifying organizations. Farm Bureau Members can earn savings in selected states including California, Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Vermont and West Virginia. These savings can help you get the best discount car insurance deal.

4. Find even more ways to get the best auto insurance deal

You may save additional dollars if you have an anti-theft device in your vehicle. Savings vary based on the device installed and your state. You may also save when you insure a vehicle with full front-seat airbags or restraint devices that work automatically when your door closes. Earn a defensive driver insurance discount when you successfully complete a motor vehicle accident prevention course approved by your state’s Department of Motor Vehicles.