AutoinsuranceEZ.com Rating:Do you live in Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Hampshire, or New Jersey? If so, and if you’re in the market for a new automotive insurance policy, then Plymouth Rock Insurance might be worth considering. They offer both homeowner’s and automobile insurance to drivers living in the four states where they currently do business. The company has been around since 1982 when former insurance commissioner Jim Stone decided to use his industry expertise in order to give motorists another option for coverage.
At first glance, it appears as though Plymouth Rock is in good standing both with customer service as well as their financial strength. AM Best has given them an A- rating, which means that the company is currently stable and is likely to stay that way in the near future. And while their customer service ratings are high, it should be noted that of the 17 customer reviews for Plymouth Rock on the BBB website, 82% of them are overwhelmingly negative.
|AM Best Financial Strength Rating (2016)||A-|
|Better Business Bureau (2016)||A+|
|NAIC Complaint Index (2012)||0.41 (Better than Average)|
|Complaint Ratio per Vehicle (NJ, 2012)||4 / 455,045 (Better than Average)|
It is very common for insurance providers to offer discounts to their customers. Whether they do it to attract new business or encourage existing customers to stay, automotive insurance discounts are a win-win for both customers and insurers alike. Below are some estimates on what discounts you might qualify for from Plymouth Rock, and the maximum amount you could possibly save if you qualify for said discount. But not all discounts are available in all states, so be sure to confirm this information with your local Plymouth Rock agent:
|Discount||Maximum Possible Savings|
|Payment in Full||4%|
Plymouth Rock divides their available coverages into two different categories: Compulsory, and Optional. The compulsory coverage options are those that Plymouth Rock must sell you if you request an auto policy from them because they cover the minimum requirements mandated by state law for legal driving. The optional coverages are, well, self-explanatory. These are the compulsory coverage options:
If you want more protection, or if you want protections not legally mandated by state law, you have the option of purchasing the following additional coverages:
Below are some estimated quotes for drivers who are curious about Plymouth Rock insurance based on specific life circumstances which alter their risk profile:
For the most part, Plymouth Rock predictably charges higher premiums for drivers who have a higher risk profile (such as young drivers, for example) and lower monthly premiums for drivers that aren’t as risky. However, even if you estimate that the married homeowners in the chart above are paying about $83 each per month, that still means that they’re paying higher premiums than drivers with a much higher risk profile, even though being older, married, and owning a home are supposed to be hallmarks of a low risk driver.
|Policies can be easily customized across coverage amounts, types, and features||Policies limited to Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Hampshire, and New Jersey|
|Excellent and convenient rewards features, including “Get Home Safe” and “Crashbusters” mobile claim service|
For those drivers in the northeast who live in the states where Plymouth Rock operates, obtaining a quote from them and comparing it to your current insurance costs, along with other quotes from local providers, may help you find a good deal on your automotive insurance coverage. However, drivers who don’t live within Plymouth Rock’s coverage area won’t be eligible for any possible savings. And homeowners might not get the best deal from Plymouth Rock based on the estimated quotes our research discovered. Still, we haven’t found any reason why they should be excluded from your auto insurance comparison search. It’s the only way to make sure you get the best coverage for a fair price.Corporate Headquarters