Massachusettes Auto Insurance

With all the rain we’ve had recently, the auto insurance floodgates in Mass. are not only open, they are under water.

A while ago, in a Bloomberg News article regarding competition in MA,  I was quoted as saying “the floodgates are wide open in Massachusetts right now.”

With all the rain we’ve had recently, the auto insurance floodgates in Mass. are not only open, they are under water.

In order to find the best rates and best coverage, it is important to be able to shop multi-companies’ discount programs.

I recently signed up a woman who lives in Everett, MA with an April 1, 2010 effective date. She had 3 points on her license from an accident that happened in 2006.

Her policy limits were:

Part 5, Optional Bodily Injury to Others: $50,000 per person/$100,000 per accident

Parts 3 & 12, Uninsured & Underinsured Motorist Coverage: $20,000 per person/$40,000 per accident.

Part 4, Property Damage Coveage: $100,000

Collision & Comprehensive Coverage with $500 deductibles.

Her annual premium, with 3 points (licensed over 6 years) was: $2,300.

By utilizing a company named Vermont Mutual ($35 Vermont Mutual Advantage Endorsement) we were able to waive her 3 point surcharge (Accident Foregiveness credit).

We improved her Parts 3 & 12 (protects her & occupants from uninsured & underinsured drivers) to match her Part 5 limits at $50,000 per person/$100,000 per accident & we increased her Collision deductible from $500 to $1,000.

Her new annual premium?


(vs. $2,300)

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