2005 Toyota Tundra Car Insurance Quotes – 6 Discounts for Cheapest Rates

Pricey Toyota Tundra insurance can sap your checking account and possibly require postponing other expenditures.

Because there are so many options when it comes to insurance coverage, it is very difficult to locate the lowest price insurance coverage provider.

Smart consumers take time to quote other rates as often as possible because insurance coverage prices tend to go up over time. Even if you think you had the best quotes for Tundra insurance at your last renewal a different company probably has better rates today. Block out anything you think you know about insurance coverage because you’re about to find out one of the best ways to reduce your cost while improving coverage.

The quickest way to get policy rate comparisons takes advantage of the fact almost all companies participate in online systems to give free rates quotes. To start a quote, the only thing you need to do is provide the companies a bit of rating information like distance driven, if you’re married, if you require a SR-22, and if your license is active. That rating information is sent automatically to insurance companies and you get price estimates immediately.

To compare rates for your car now, click here and complete the form.

Discounts can really help lower premiums

Insurance coverage is easily one of your largest bills, but you may qualify for discounts to help offset the cost. Larger premium reductions will be automatically applied when you quote, but some discounts are required to be asked about in order for you to get them. If you do not double check each discount available, you’re just leaving money on the table.

  • Discount for Multiple Policies – If you insure your home and vehicles with the same company you may save as much as 10 to 15 percent.
  • Savings for New Vehicles – Insuring a new car can save you some money due to better safety requirements for newer vehicles.
  • Anti-lock Brake Discount – Anti-lock brake equipped vehicles are safer to drive and the ABS can save up to 10%.
  • Discounts for Seat Belt Usage – Forcing all vehicle occupants to buckle their seat belts could cut 10% or more on the medical payments or PIP coverage costs.
  • More Vehicles More Savings – Buying insurance for primary and secondary vehicles on the same insurance coverage policy could earn a price break for each car.
  • Save over 55 – Seniors could receive a slight reduction on a insurance coverage quote for Tundra insurance.

We need to note that some credits don’t apply to all coverage premiums. Most only reduce the cost of specific coverages such as physical damage coverage or medical payments. Just because you may think you would end up receiving a 100% discount, insurance companies wouldn’t stay in business.

Companies and a partial list of their discounts include:

  • Progressive discounts include homeowner, good student, online quote discount, continuous coverage, online signing, and multi-vehicle.
  • The Hartford offers premium reductions for defensive driver, good student, anti-theft, bundle, and air bag.
  • Mercury Insurance offers discounts for location of vehicle, accident-free, good student, professional/association, and ease of repair.
  • GEICO policyholders can earn discounts including daytime running lights, emergency military deployment, multi-policy, driver training, good student, and seat belt use.
  • AAA may have discounts that include pay-in-full, multi-policy, education and occupation, good student, good driver, and multi-car.
  • State Farm includes discounts for good driver, anti-theft, Steer Clear safe driver discount, good student, and passive restraint.

Double check with every prospective company how many discounts you can get. Some credits may not apply to policies everywhere. If you would like to see a list of providers that can offer you the previously mentioned discounts, click here.

Will just any policy work for me?

When buying the right insurance coverage for your vehicles, there really is no “best” method to buy coverage. Everyone’s situation is unique so this has to be addressed. These are some specific questions may help highlight if you might need an agent’s assistance.

  • Am I missing any policy discounts?
  • Does having multiple vehicles earn me a discount?
  • Am I covered if I crash into my own garage door?
  • Can my teen drive my company car?
  • How much liability do I need to cover my assets?
  • Do I have coverage if my license is suspended?
  • How do I file an SR-22 for a DUI in my state?

If you don’t know the answers to these questions but you know they apply to you, you might consider talking to a licensed insurance agent. To find an agent in your area, complete this form or you can go here for a list of companies in your area.

Insurance specifics

Understanding the coverages of a insurance policy helps when choosing the right coverages at the best deductibles and correct limits. The coverage terms in a policy can be difficult to understand and coverage can change by endorsement. Listed below are the usual coverages found on most insurance policies.

Comprehensive insurance – This coverage covers damage caused by mother nature, theft, vandalism and other events. You first have to pay a deductible then your comprehensive coverage will pay.

Comprehensive can pay for claims like a tree branch falling on your vehicle, hail damage and hitting a deer. The maximum payout your insurance company will pay is the market value of your vehicle, so if your deductible is as high as the vehicle’s value it’s not worth carrying full coverage.

Coverage for medical expenses – Personal Injury Protection (PIP) and medical payments coverage pay for immediate expenses for things like surgery, dental work, nursing services and hospital visits. The coverages can be used to fill the gap from your health insurance policy or if you do not have health coverage. Coverage applies to not only the driver but also the vehicle occupants and also covers if you are hit as a while walking down the street. Personal Injury Protection is only offered in select states but it provides additional coverages not offered by medical payments coverage

Liability – Liability insurance protects you from injuries or damage you cause to other people or property by causing an accident. It consists of three limits, per person bodily injury, per accident bodily injury, and a property damage limit. As an example, you may have liability limits of 100/300/100 that translate to a limit of $100,000 per injured person, a total of $300,000 of bodily injury coverage per accident, and a total limit of $100,000 for damage to vehicles and property.

Liability can pay for things such as repair costs for stationary objects, repair bills for other people’s vehicles and medical services. The amount of liability coverage you purchase is your choice, but it’s cheap coverage so purchase as much as you can afford.

Collision coverages – Collision coverage pays for damage to your Tundra caused by collision with another vehicle or an object, but not an animal. A deductible applies and then insurance will cover the remainder.

Collision insurance covers claims like colliding with a tree, colliding with another moving vehicle, backing into a parked car and crashing into a building. Collision is rather expensive coverage, so consider dropping it from older vehicles. Drivers also have the option to increase the deductible in order to get cheaper collision rates.

Coverage for uninsured or underinsured drivers – This coverage protects you and your vehicle when the “other guys” do not carry enough liability coverage. This coverage pays for injuries sustained by your vehicle’s occupants and damage to your 2005 Toyota Tundra.

Since a lot of drivers only purchase the least amount of liability that is required, it only takes a small accident to exceed their coverage. That’s why carrying high Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist coverage is a good idea.

Comments About 2005 Toyota Tundra Insurance

  1. Ethelene Graham

    If you don’t have tickets and are close to Bismarck, ND, check out GEICO. They seem to be cheaper. Left AIG Insurance to switch.

  2. Brendon Nieves

    Proud to be from Owensboro, KY. Not sure of all the companies but I ended up saving about $40 each month. Was with Amica. I increased coverages a little too. They have free quotes online.

  3. Lady Vasquez

    I was with Liberty Mutual last year but switched to Progressive. From Montgomery, Alabama. Left Eastwood to switch. They offer free online rate quotes.

  4. Shirlene Boyer

    Here’s what I found out. I’m in the east part of Saint Louis, MO. I don’t recall every quote but I ended up saving about $20 each month. :)

  5. Thanh Hess

    Great site. Lifelong resident of Columbus, GA. Quoted with State Farm, AAA, and some I forget for my 2005 Toyota Tundra and I’m now saving $52 a month. Was with Amica.

  6. Kim Wagner

    Located in Montgomery, Alabama. Received quotes from Amica, Sentry, and a few others for my Toyota and saved $150 a year. Left Western Auto Insurance to switch. Even increased coverage a bit. They were helpful in switching over.

  7. Cythia Robertson

    Lifelong resident of Rutland, VT. Got car insurance rates from Auto-Owners, Nationwide, and a few others for my Tundra and I think I cut my rates about $60 each month. I think they have home insurance too. Still almost need a second mortgage.

  8. Carisa Whitehead

    Here’s my info. Proud to be from Grand Rapids, MI. I got free rates from State Farm, AAA, Farmers, and Hanover for my 2005 Toyota Tundra and I’m now saving $16 a month. You can get a rate quote online.

  9. Lizzie Estes

    21st Century was cheapest for my 2005 Toyota Tundra in Mesa, AZ.

  10. Willie Gardner

    Is 21st Century cheap in Charleston, WV?

  11. Cathryn Ratliff

    I got a good deal I think. I’m in the suburbs of Miami, FL. Received quotes with GEICO, AAA, Farmers, and The General for my Tundra and cut my rates about $530 a year. I got a quote from their website.

  12. Alyce Coffey

    Here’s what I found out. Located in Springfield, MA. Quoted quotes from GEICO, Eastwood, and Liberty Mutual for my 2005 Toyota Tundra and I’m now saving $59 a month. I have several vehicles insured with them. :P

  13. Robbie Levy

    For me, 21st Century was by far the cheapest in Atlanta, Georgia.

  14. Lakendra Kramer

    Got a quote with Amica for my 2005 Toyota Tundra and cut my rates about $370 a year. BTW speeding tickets are not good. It’s easy to compare rates online now.

  15. Sheldon Wiggins

    Corporate greed I’m telling you. Live in Juneau, AK. Got car insurance prices from Amica, Mercury, and some smaller one I can’t remember the name of for my Toyota and saved just over $450 a year. Left Auto-Owners to switch. They have a lot of discounts available.