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5 quirky ways to save money on auto insurance

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Think that fiddling with the radio is a dangerous driving habit? Then maybe you should stick with one station. Some public radio stations not only keep you up-to-date on current affairs, but they also can help you save on auto insurance.

Boston-based Plymouth Rock Assurance Corp. offers auto insurance discounts to policyholders who make fundraising contributions to certain public broadcasters in New England.

Drivers in Connecticut who contribute $40 or more to local public broadcasting outlets can save 10 percent on their Plymouth Rock auto insurance. Motorists in Massachusetts who are "member" donors of either of two public radio stations can save between 6 percent and 7 percent on their policies.

Compare auto insurance rates to get the best deal.

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