The Institute for Highway Safety has brochures that are downloadable or that you may order. The brochures available are: Shopping For A Safer Car, About Your Airbags, Need An Airbacy On/Off Switch Probably Not, Kids And Airbags, Beginning Teenage Drivers, Graduated Driver Licensing: Questions & Answers and Vehicle Research Center guide. Click here to view any of the brochures listed above.
There has been a lot of information regarding the managed competetion starting April 1, 2008. The competitive rates, new discounts and the different coverages that consumers will be able to shop for are on everyones minds. There hasn’t been as much said about MAIP.
The Massachusetts Automobile Insurance Plan (MAIP) is an insurance plan for drivers who cannot obtain insurance in the voluntary market. If you cannot find an insurance company willing… Continue reading →
The Division of Insurance has put together some answers to commonly asked questions you, the consumer, have regarding April 1, 2008 Managed Competition coming to Massachusetts and how it will affect you.
Click here to get your answers or you can contact our office by email, phone or by stopping in, we’ll be happy to answer any questions you may have!
Its A Good Time to Review Your Flood Insurance Policy
The National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) is pleased to support The National Oceanic and Atmosphere Administration (NOAA)-sponsored 2008 National Flood Safety Awareness Week, March 17-21.
Floods threaten homes from coast to coast – and they can happen anytime, anywhere and without warning. The damage from a flood is not covered under a standard homeowners policy. Before snowmelt and spring rains bring the potential for flooding, the NAIC suggests… Continue reading →
BOSTON – Throughout New England, residents are at risk for flooding during spring , the time of year when the warming sun and increased rainfall begin melting the winter snow pack, releasing its often high water content. The Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) urges New England residents to be prepared.
We have received inquiries from some of our customers regarding the online Automobile Insurance Rate Comparison Tool hosted by the Massachusetts Division of Insurance. If you have visited this website, the results of your search may have been confusing. There are a few things you should know about this Rate Comparison Tool before you make any decisions regarding your automobile insurance coverage.
It’s important to understand that the Rate Comparison Tool provides rate estimates only, not accurate… Continue reading →