Your #1 New Years Resolution for 2010: Pay Less for your Car Insurance

By Staff Writer

There is nothing worse than a New Year's Resolution that you just can't manage - quitting smoking, starting a new exercise routine or learning a musical instrument - these are all resolutions that come and go quickly as the first month of the year.

But there is one resolution that Justmoney will make sure you can't break: Let's make certain that you aren't paying too much on your car insurance.

Saving on your car insurance isn't one of these resolutions that will fade with time - it will take you less than a minute to fill in our form and you'll receive comparative quotes from South Africa's most trusted brands in no time at all. If they can't beat the premium you're already paying then you'll know for certain that this year you won't spend more than you should. If they can save you money every month, why wouldn't you switch now and enjoy an entire years worth of extra money in your pocket? Who knows, maybe you'll use that extra cash to pay for those music lessons...

Go on, prove to yourself that you have the best and most affordable cover today and apply for quotes on Justmoney - a quick and simple way to ensure your new year's resolution lasts throughout 2010!

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