REDUCE AUTO INSURANCE RATES DUE TO COVID19

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By Bob Katzen

Attorney General Maura Helaey and government regulators are calling upon auto insurance companies to give partial rebates or discounts to policyholders because of the sudden decline in driving caused by COVID-19 restrictions.

“It’s incredibly important that car insurance companies are responsive to consumers throughout this crisis and should consider reducing rates to reflect decreased risk,” said Alex Bradley, spokesman for Healey. “This is an area that we will continue to monitor.”

One thought on “REDUCE AUTO INSURANCE RATES DUE TO COVID19”

  1. Mine has already been addressed by my insurance company. Plymouth Rock. 25% reduction and help with payments if needed and if in an accident and a health care worker you don’t have to pay deductibles. They jumped in pretty quickly. Also my house insurance sort of. But no discount. More of a thing for health care workers. I never had to use them but thought them jumping right in was a good sign. . .

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