I just moved and am looking to find some cheap Massachusetts Auto Insurance. Can anyone recommend a place?

I just moved and am looking to find some cheap Massachusetts Auto Insurance. Can anyone recommend a place?

I just moved to Massachusetts from Rhode Island and recently purchased a new car. I need cheap insurance for my car because I am young and don'-t make a lot of money. Has anyone reading had a good experience with a Massachusetts Auto Insurance Agency? I really would prefer to do this all online instead of on the phone. Websites are welcome! Thanks!

DAN

You should research patiently, and get quotes from different insurers -take your time. A used car, and a clean driving record will definitively help you have lower rates. I had to do a lot of research and estimates because my old car broke, so I ended up leasing a new Honda, and insurance in NJ is ridiculously expensive. I strongly recommend you the website savingdrivers.com because it offers free and accurate quotes by e-mail- it is different from others because it is affiliated with just 4 excellent companies: Geico, Allstate, Century 21, e-surance- so after you fill 1 easy form, it will process all your estimates directly to the insurers and e-mail them to you (there will be no extra agents or unwanted stranger phone calls).It's also worth to try more companies independently like State Farm, or Progressive. Hope this will help you.

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