TULSA - Hitting the gym and getting your finances in order come with their own rewards.
But they can also lower the cost of insurance.
Shedding pounds and kicking the smoking habit will both lower your life insurance rates and being healthier cuts down medical costs.
A healthy credit score also helps because credit ratings can affect your auto and homeowners insurance premiums.
Cut down on the number of miles you put on your vehicle and take advantage of low mileage discounts.
Click here to see more information from Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner John Doak about cutting your insurance costs in 2013.
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