Agents Work to Communicate the Many Nuances of Auto Insurance

JOSEPH BEDNAR | May 29, 2018

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When Massachusetts opened up its auto-insurance landscape in 2008, switching from a one-price-fits-all approach to the current model known as managed competition, it created more challenges for independent agents, but much more opportunity for customers willing to take the time to examine the many options and credits available to them. The key, these agents say, is putting their expertise to use a resource not available to those purchasing insurance from direct writers online.

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