Auto Insurance Broker fee in CALIFORNIA?

Auto Insurance Broker fee in CALIFORNIA?

What is the average auto insurance broker fee in California. What'-s the minimum and maximum broker fee? My auto insurance bill states the total costs for my six month policy premium is $200.00, but I paid the broker $275. How is it calculated? I just want to make sure he didn'-t over charge me. If possible, please include links. If I call my auto insurance company, will they be able to tell me or will I have to call the broker and find out. Your assistance is very much appreciated.

David

I don't think there is a minimum or maximum value, it's usually a calculated as percentage of the value of the sale though that price does seem a little high. A good broker would normally tell you the fees and how they are calculated before you commit to anything. Shopping online is really the best way to get the lowest price, most will provide free quotes and no brokerage fees. You could try somewhere like http://www.lowest-cost-insurance.com and see how much difference shopping online can make!Source(s):http://www.lowest-cost-insurance.com

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