A new look has come to the Spring 2001 edition of the Arizona Department of Insurance’s “Automobile Premium Comparison Survey.”
Premiums are quoted for 10 cities throughout the state. Insurance Director Charles Cohen noted that the redesigned, semi-annual premium comparison survey is now much easier to read and is intended to encourage consumers to compare prices when purchasing personal automobile insurance.
Cohen added that consumers should also consider an insurer’s reputation for handling claims and policyholder service as well as and specific insurance coverages available.
Approximately 90 percent of the personal automobile insurance market in Arizona is represented by the 71 insurers which provided price quotations contained in the 17-page survey.
Premiums are quoted for 12 hypothetical situations which can involve various ages, driving records and vehicle use.