New Jersey auto insurance News

N.J. Gov. Signs Electronic Proof of Auto Insurance, Reverse Rate Evasion Bills

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie signed into law on Thursday A-3905/S-2680, which authorizes motor vehicle operators to display proof of auto insurance in either the physical format (a paper insurance card provided by their insurance carrier) or the electronic format …

NAIC Report: New Jersey Tops Nation in Auto Insurance Rates

An annual industry report shows New Jersey has the costliest auto insurance rates in the nation. The National Association of Insurance Commissioners says New Jersey motorists paid an average of $1,220 in 2012. That’s about 49 percent more than the …

N.J. Senate OKs Electronic Proof of Insurance, Reverse Rate Evasion Bills

New Jersey’s state Senate on March 16 passed a bill (A-3905) that would allow motorists to display proof of auto insurance in either physical or electronic format. The bill was previously approved by the state Assembly and now heads to …

Nationwide Eyes Growth in New Jersey Auto Insurance Market

Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company has begun selling its Nationwide-branded auto insurance in New Jersey this month for the first time since 1981. “So we’ve been writing business now for about two weeks and so far, so good. It’s obviously very …

Nationwide to Re-Enter New Jersey’s Auto Insurance Market

New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance Commissioner Ken Kobylowski said today Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company has been approved to write auto insurance in New Jersey, and the company will begin offering auto policies in August. Nationwide left the New …