The new deal offered by the National Association of Car Dealers (NACD) on car insurance is not as simple as it sounds.
The new plan, which is being rolled out nationwide, offers lower premiums than the old one, but it doesn’t guarantee a good deal.
Instead, you can get a $200 rebate on your car purchase, which means you’ll save $400.
The deal is available only in Kansas, Michigan, Indiana, Missouri, Oklahoma, South Carolina and Texas.
The NACD says the rebates apply to all cars, but the exact number of vehicles varies by state.
It offers a list of participating dealerships on its website.
The rebates will only be available through June 30.
The National Association for Car Dealership offers a $500 rebate on a car purchase and offers a savings of up to $400 for every vehicle sold in the state.
If you don’t live in Kansas or need to check your eligibility, you’ll have to pay a $150 registration fee.
The rebate applies to all vehicles sold, not just cars purchased through the NACS website.
So, if you buy a new 2013 Jeep Wrangler in Missouri and drive it to Kansas, you will get a rebate.
If, however, you buy the same Wrangler on the highway in Kansas and drive the car to Oklahoma, you won’t get the rebate.
“In general, we encourage you to go to the dealership with a great credit score and be able to pay the full price of your vehicle upfront,” NACA President Mike Kollman told ABC News.
“That’s what this new deal is for.”
The new car insurance rebates are a huge incentive to purchase car insurance.
That’s because the federal government has extended the life of its tax-credit program for people to buy auto insurance.
In addition to the rebated premium, the new plan also has a $100 rebate on auto repairs, a $50 rebate on new cars and a $15 rebate on the cost of a new car if you have more than one car.
The federal government says people should not have to repay any money for the new rebates because they are paid in full after the rebate is claimed.
The current car insurance premium for a 2013 Honda Civic sedan is $18,500 in Missouri, and for a 2015 Nissan Leaf is $21,500.
That means people with an average credit score of 620 would save about $11,200 if they paid the full cost of their new car and purchased a new vehicle.
The program is available to consumers who have a valid credit card and pay their first month’s premium within 30 days of the claim, the NAPC said.
The auto insurance rebaters will also have access to more benefits.
The government will also give them the opportunity to get a free car loan of up $500 if they can prove they are eligible for the auto insurance subsidy.
But, the government won’t give them a refund for the interest on their car loan.
The car insurance rebate will also apply to other kinds of car insurance discounts, including: Low-interest auto loans for people who purchase a vehicle that has been in their name for five years or more, including new vehicles, leased vehicles and commercial vehicles.
The loans can be up to 90 days in duration.
For new vehicles that are in the same model year, up to 80 days in the term of the loan.
Free car insurance for first-time owners who purchase their first vehicle after October 1, 2019.
The average cost of the discount is $250, and the maximum is $500.
Free auto insurance for new and existing owners of a used vehicle.
For a $250 credit on a new or used vehicle, the minimum payment is $200.
If the new vehicle is less than five years old, it may be eligible for an additional $200 credit.
For newer vehicles, up, up and more.
The maximum payment is the full amount of the car insurance discount, plus the full discount.
For cars sold between October 1 and December 31, 2019, the average discount is a maximum of $250.
This means that, on average, people with lower credit scores will save $100 on their new or existing car insurance payments.
However, that’s not all the incentives the government is offering.
The company is offering the new car rebates on its online site, and also giving the rebate to anyone who has an auto insurance plan that is at least three years old and is eligible for auto insurance subsidies.
“The NACDA will continue to monitor the status of these rebates, and will update you as new information becomes available,” Kollmann said.
Consumers with existing auto insurance policies that are up to three years in date will also get a reduced rate.
The cost of an average $1,000 car insurance policy in Missouri is $1.50 per day, but you’ll pay less if you apply for the discount