Top 10 Car Insurance Companies of 2018

    The car insurance space has been moulded into a highly competitive one with cut-throat competition to land as many customers as possible. While one automobile insurer might charge the customer higher rates due to his/her age and/or driving history, other insurer may offer hefty discounts based on an altogether different set of criteria. Majority of the time, the only feasible way to find out how much you would end up paying is to apply for several quotes and compare them side by side. We have tried our best to exhaustively introduce some of the best car insurance companies in the space, and to provide an overview of how each business operates.


    9Amica Mutual Insurance Company

    Amica was founded in 1907 by A.T. Vigneron and to begin with started offering auto, fire and theft insurance. Since then, Amica has diversified their offerings to auto, home and life insurance, along with owning a number of subsidiary insurance companies. It is the one of the oldest mutual insurer of automobiles in the United States of America. In 1941, Amica Mututal Insurance Company opened its first branch office for the public at Boston, Massachusetts. It now has 44 locations throughout USA. The company added to their bouquet of offerings, homeowners’ insurance in 1956, and then later went on to add marine and umbrella insurance. In 2007, Amica celebrated its 100th year in business.

    If you are bewildered over the inclusion of Amica in this list, it is because Amica Mutual Insurance does certainly lack the name recognition that most of the other companies in this list boast of. It is also not the largest company around, but Amica finds itself at the very top when it comes to customer satisfaction, according to J.D. Power’s satisfaction survey, scoring perfect scores of 5 out of 5 in four out of seven categories.

    Amica Mutual Insurance also has in their offerings, one of the most extensive menu of vehicle and driver coverage as well as prices near or at the bottom for comparable policies. And since Amica Mutual Insurance is a mutual insurance company, it does not have shareholders looking for dividends as premium surpluses are shared with the policyholders. It is worth noting though that Amica’s mobile app offering is not as robust as other companies in the list just in case that’s a deal-breaker for you.


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