Plymouth Rock Offers Discounts to Mass. Drivers Who Drive Less

September 5, 2008

Boston-based Plymouth Rock Assurance Corp. said it will reward its new and renewing auto insurance policyholders in Massachusetts with lower rates for “going green,” by driving less. Plymouth Rock will lower rates for customers who drive fewer miles than the average customers in their geographic area.

While Plymouth Rock continues to offer a standard low-mileage discount, it now provides an additional reward to those customers who drive fewer miles than their neighbors, by examining the average mileage for drivers in the type of geographic area in which they live (rural, suburban, inner suburban or urban), based on individual vehicle mileage records collected by the state Registry of Motor Vehicles during annual inspections.

Plymouth Rock said that policyholders who drive as little as 15 percent below the average for their area can see their rates go down by as much as 15 percent. The rate reduction is offered in addition to the statewide low mileage discount.

Source: Plymouth Rock Assurance

Topics Personal Auto Massachusetts

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