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With the right car insurance, you can't go wrong. There are many things that an insurance company will look at when deciding on rates for your specific make and model of vehicle you want to insure. They also consider the claims history as well as past collision reports from other drivers in accidents involving cars like yours.

So, take some time to compare rates from different insurance companies for your specific make and model before making any decision. 

What is the make and model of a car?

Generally, a car's make is the company that manufactures it. For example- Honda, Ford, Toyota, Chevrolet, and Nissan are some of the car makes or manufacturers.

Whereas a car's model is the name given to an automobile. The term usually refers to a specific version of a car which has been designed and built.

For instance, if you own a Honda Civic, 'Honda' is the make (manufacturer) and 'Civic' is the model.

Remember, a car model comes in different trim packages. And the base model of a car is the one with less number of features. Let's take the example of the Honda Civic, it is available in five trim levels: LX, Sport, EX, EX-L, and Touring.

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