New Jersey auto insurance rates plummet amid competition

08/24/2006 | NYTimes.com

Prices for auto insurance in New Jersey have fallen for the first time in decades as companies compete for drivers' business. State officials have eased regulations, giving insurers more flexibility on prices and driver ratings. More than 75% of New Jersey drivers are now paying less for auto insurance, with some drivers paying up to 40% less.

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