Amica Mutual Applauds Move to Managed Auto Competition in Massachusetts

Amica Mutual Applauds Move to Managed Auto Competition in Massachusetts
Amica Mutual Insurance Company, a prominent insurer in the Massachusetts automobile market since 1922, fully supports Commissioner Burnes’ decision calling for managed competition in the Massachusetts market. In a competitive environment, Amica will create opportunities and flexibility for Massachusetts consumers seeking to meet their individual insurance needs at the best possible value.

“Amica has been diligently working for reform in the Massachusetts automobile market for many years, and is excited about the move to managed competition,” said Robert A. DiMuccio, President and CEO of Amica Mutual Insurance Company. “Amica will continue to work hard for consumers in the new environment to provide Massachusetts drivers with the best product and coverage options possible to meet their personal insurance needs.”

Amica is committed to rewarding good drivers and has offered discounted rates to Massachusetts drivers since 1999. Currently Amica offers a 15% multi-car credit for vehicles assigned a driver qualifying for the Excellent Driver Discount Plus classification of the Safe Driver Plan. This discount means eligible drivers realize a substantial savings off of the current state-set rates.

Amica Mutual Insurance Company, a direct writer and the nation’s oldest mutual insurer of automobiles, was founded in 1907. The company has insured Massachusetts drivers since 1922, and currently insures over 81,000 households in the Commonwealth. The company, with corporate headquarters in Lincoln, Rhode Island is a national writer of automobile, homeowner, boat, yacht, and personal umbrella liability insurance. Life coverage is available through Amica Life Insurance Company, a wholly owned subsidiary. For more information, please call us at 1 800-242-6422

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