Posted on April 29, 2016

Low Mileage Drivers Are Saving BIG with Metromile Auto Insurance #Ad

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This post is sponsored by Metromile.  All opinions and musings on chauffeuring children around town are 100% my own.

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Do you ever pause, even just for a second or two, and think about how much has changed in your life over the last 5-10 years?  People, jobs, hobbies… some have faded for new, some remain a constant.  One thing that has been a an enormous shift in my life is the amount of time I spend every day in my car.  The change happened over many years and several jobs, and has gone from one extreme to another.

10 years ago I was teaching at a school in Philadelphia.  I commuted 45 minutes each way to get to school and loathed driving long distances on the weekends!  After 4 years at that school, I landed a job at a school just 3 miles from my house and my daily drive underwent a drastic change.  In just 5 minutes I was able to get from my house to school.  I didn’t think it could get any better.

Then I had Lily, started this blog and before I knew it, my home office became my full-time workspace.  My former commute to a place of employment eventually turned into daily preschool car line. Now Lily takes a bus to and from school and Landon has not yet started school.  The majority of the time that I am ever in my car these days is to chauffeur the kids and their friends to various after school and weekend extracurricular activities. This pic is of Lily with some of her equestrian friends in the photo booth at their banquet this year.  Many of us barn moms help out with carpooling to and from various horse-y events.

Photobooth at Banquet

There are many weeks when I put less than 20 miles on my car.  So why should I have to pay auto insurance rates that cover driving much more than that?

Turns out, I don’t!  I recently learned about Metromile.  Metromile is a per-mile auto insurance that allows drivers to pay for the miles they drive.  So for someone like me, who doesn’t drive more than 10,000 miles a year (even with our occassional road trip we rarely come close to 10k!), I could potentially save up to $500 annually by switching to Metromile. With Metromile, drivers only pay a few cents per mile with a low base rate each month for full coverage. You can get your quote at metromile.com.

Metromile makes every car a smart car with the Metromile Pulse. The Pulse plugs into the standard OBII port and is used to track mileage and provide car data, such as driving stats, engine health and car location. It’s even been used to recover stolen cars!

Get a free quote to see how much you could save with Metromile. What would you do with $500 in annual savings?

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