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How much auto insurance must I have?
If you carry the state minimum limits of liability, your insurance will cover up to $12,500 per person up to $25,000 per accident for the medical bills of the other people involved in an accident for which you are cited, AND it will pay up to $7,500 per accident for property damage (other vehicles...

What auto insurance gives the cheapest full covarge becuase my friend thats a guy says its 4000 dollars a year?
With all due respect, this gets asked many times every day and there's no answer to it... you can't get a quote or a best insurer from here....So you want to shop around for insurance just like you are doing when buying a car or anything else.

With a $1200 yearly auto insurance premium, what if any could I expect back when switching services?
i wouldn't say insurance agents or companies are con artists bc i am an agent and i dont con anyone. but if you mean that you already paid your annual premium in full then had to cancel for whatever reason you can expect a refund for any unearned premium which is bascially days you paid for...

Why are there not many big auto insurance companies operating in Massachusetts?
Until a year or so ago, the auto insurance rates in Massachusetts were set by the state, and insurance companies were NOT allowed to refuse to write a policy for someone. The insurance companies were losing a ton of money in Massachusetts, and most pulled out decades ago. As of a few years...