Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How much do car insurance agents make?
A: Car insurance agent earnings depend on commission percentages, any base salary in addition to commission, sales proficiency, and sales experience. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average insurance sales agent makes around $52,000 per year. This may vary from state to state and company to company.
Q: How do car insurance agents get paid?
A: Most car insurance agents are paid on a commission basis. This means they receive a percentage of the amount their clients pay for their insurance coverage. Some agents may also earn a flat salary. Commissions range from 5% to 20%, on average, but this can vary based on the company or policy type.
Q: How do you become a car insurance agent?
A: In most states, working as a car insurance agent requires having a state license for selling insurance products. Generally, this process involves taking classes and earning a passing score on a licensing exam. Some agencies may allow individuals to shadow or assist current agents while working on their licensing requirements.
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