Drive the vehicle less.
This one might seem a little counter-intuitive. After all, why buy an awesome car you're not going to drive? The idea here isn't that you need to let your Mercedes E class sit around collecting dust. It's that kilometers driven are a real consideration when it comes to insurance rates--the more you drive, in theory, the higher your accident risk is, simply because you're on the road more. Save the Mercedes for when you can stretch out and enjoy the ride and use a more everyday vehicle for things like grabbing your groceries.
Mercedes E class vehicles, similar to most other luxury cars, can be pricey to insure, but you can save on your premiums with a few tips. Tricks like insurance bundling, emphasizing the car's safety features and installing security devices all can reduce your costs, as can keeping your kilometers low and taking driving classes. Even though some of these options have a price tag of their own, over the life of your vehicle, you'll usually recoup those expenses and then some, resulting in good savings.
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