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Massachusetts and Boston auto insurance minimum liability requirements and quote information.

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It's a good idea to shop for quotes since auto insurance rates have deregulated starting April 1, 2008. This means that Massachusetts car insurance companies can set their rates. Consequently, rates will vary from company to company across the state. 

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Massachusetts state law requires that auto insurance has certain minimum coverages. These are the minimum requirements and you may want to increase them for added financial protection, as claims can go higher than the limits. 

Here is some information to help you when getting an online quote. Massachusetts requires that all motor vehicle owners have minimum auto insurance liability coverages for Bodily Injury, Property Damage, Personal Injury Protection and Uninsured Bodily Injury on your policy. As of June 2009:

Bodily Injury Protection: Minimum of $20,000 per person and $40,000 per accident.

Property Damage: Minimum of $5,000 per accident.

Personal Injury Protection: Minimum $8,000.

Uninsured Bodily Injury: Minimum of $20,000 per person and $40,000 per accident. has made it easier for you to compare quotes for Boston auto insurance , and car insurance in the rest of Massachusetts, by partnering with Insureme.

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