What car insurance would you recommend for Massachussetians like me?

September 8, 2017 · Posted in FAQ 
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Lui O asked:

I’m 21, have been driving since 16, never been pulled over, good grades. I just need the cheapest insurance out there so that I can register my car.
Also, what is liability insurance? It sounds expensive…

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6 Responses to “What car insurance would you recommend for Massachussetians like me?”

  1. UCANTCME on November 4th, 2009 1:28 pm

    Progressive insurance…..

    Liability insurance costs far less than full coverage.

    The reason for this is because full coverage insurance must pay for both your vehicle and any other vehicle involved in a collision, as well as property damage and medical expenses due to injuries to you or another party.

    On the other hand, liability insurance is only responsible for the other party’s losses.

    Your person and your property are unprotected, but liability insurance protects you from being held responsible for the other party’s damages.

  2. mbrcatz on November 5th, 2009 5:52 am

    Go to a local agent, they’ll be able to find insurance for you.

    Liability means, damage you do to someone else – either their car, or by injuring them.

  3. Jennifer on November 7th, 2009 1:36 pm

    I was in same position as you, you really get a big insurance break when you turn 25. I found a pretty low auto quote on this site, hope it helps

  4. Simpson on November 9th, 2009 12:24 pm

    autoinsurance.noneto.com – try this one. I personally have their car insurance, cause it is the cheapest for me in our area.

  5. JAMES B on November 9th, 2009 3:32 pm

    based upon your situation,I believe that you might find something helpful here

  6. Gala on November 10th, 2009 5:32 am

    Here is what you suppose to do:
    1. You should obtain multiple car insurance quotes online. Here are just one of these sites, I’m sure there are many more:

    2. Even if you’ll find some attractive rates online, do not rush to sing in. Keep these numbers in mind and call your local insurance broker. Describe your situation to him and wait for his numbers.
    3. Compare all quotes you’ll get online and from your broker and make your mind. However still do not rush to sing in.
    4. You have to know that company, which is offering you a good rate is indeed a reputable company. is an independent rater of all insurance companies. If company, which is offering you good quotation is rated A or higher by AM best it is a good company. If it’s rated below A, I’d think twice before signing with them.

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