Web Aided Auto Insurance Shopping Grows

Compare.com, an auto insurance website in the United States, has linked with Amica Mutual. Compare will be providing “competitive quotes” in California and Texas starting this month. More states will likely be added  after Compare clears the regulatory hurdles established by corrupt or captured state regulatory agencies that encumber open bidding.

Caveat here, I, and my family are long-standing insurance customers of Amica – going back to the post WW2 baby in the last century . Existing customers of the Rhode Island based national insurer should be wary of Amica since its rates for existing clients are not necessarily reflective of market rates offered by competitors. However, its service is excellent.

Compare.com claims to be the only auto insurance comparison website in the United States that provides customers with real insurance quotes. “Instead of simply getting estimates, compare.com has integrated directly with 80 insurance brands to provide real, accurate rates on its website.”

Users enter their information to receive multiple auto insurance rates for comparison. If a customer wants to buy one of the auto insurance policies offered, they can do so directly with the carrier online, over the phone, or through a local representative.

“Amica is one of the top 25 largest auto insurance carriers for both auto and home underwriting, which brings to our website the ability to provide competitive rates backed by a well-recognized brand,” said compare.com CEO Andrew Rose.

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