2012 Automobile Insurance Discount Act had no problem obtaining the necessary signatures for qualification

The American Agents Alliance didn’t face any struggles in obtaining the over 800,000 signatures that they gathered in a period of only ten weeks for submission to counties in order to qualify their initiative called the 2012 Automobile Insurance Discount Act, which provides law abiding consumers with a new car insurance rate reduction in California. According to the American Agents Alliance executive director, Mike D’Arelli, the effort was much simpler than they had anticipated. He explained that people know that consumers will benefit from this reduction. Moreover the majority of…

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MCV Insurance Producers launch new interactive website aiming for personal experience

California based insurance broker MCV Insurance Producers have launched a new online marketing campaign. The agency is promoting their new website, mcvins.com, hoping to take advantage of the surge of consumers turning to the Internet to shop for coverage. MCV boasts of the efficient and interactive nature of the website and believes that it provides a place for Californian shoppers to educate themselves on a variety of coverage types. Shoppers can also find local agents in their area and get in touch with them through the website. More people are…

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Overall lower auto rates for Californians

California’s median auto insurance rate has decreased by 3.1% according to reports from InsWeb, an online insurance quote database. The decreased occurred over the past year with the national average following a similar pattern and dropping by 5.6% over the same time period. California currently ranks as the 19th most expensive state in which to insure a vehicle in the U.S. The report suggests that Californian males pay more for their auto insurance than women by nearly 7.7%. Drivers aged 19 and younger pay nearly double the rates of any…

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California drivers get a break with new “pay as you go” insurance plans

Two companies have been approved by Insurance Commission, Steve Poizner, to offer low mileage insurance for California residents beginning in Feburary 2011. State Farm and Auto Club of So. California is expected to roll out discounted rates and incentives for people who drive less – other insurers are expected to follow. State Farm’s plan is to collect odometer readings at the time of signing up or if the client has an OnStar system with GMAC, they can submit electronically. Afterwards checks would be done by the company or other outside…

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