If you are looking for a budget car insurance quote you should be prepared to make some tradeoffs to get the most affordable price without losing the cover you need. Making a premium payment fit your budget requires that you think in terms of what you can afford monthly (or quarterly) and what you can realistically afford to pay as the excess fee attached to the policy.
A budget car insurance quote is built by the company taking your information and assessing it against an industry standard risk matric. Several factors will affect your score on the matrix. Your driving history, age, type of vehicle, intended use of the vehicle, authorized drivers and where you live are all evaluated for risk. The younger you are, the more of a risk the insurance company sees.
Luxury and performance cards are considered high risk vehicles because of theft and the increased chance of reckless driving. One sure way to push an insurance quote out of range of your budget is to say that you are going to use it for business and personal use. Vehicles that are used for business purposes are considered a very high risk. Not only is there little chance to predict where they will be driven to and parked in any given day, but they are theft risks because of the potential cargo they may carry.
Talk to an insurance agent or broker about what you can do to mitigate your risk and create a budget car insurance quote to review. They will know all the small ins and outs of what an insurance company wants to see to reduce the perception of risk. It may seem like extra work, but if you truly want a budget car insurance quote you have to become willing to be proactive.