The AARP® Massachusetts Auto Insurance Program from Plymouth Rock Assurance® offers one-of-a kind features and benefits, exceptional claims service, and a combination of savings and coverages that are uniquely tailored to your needs.
The AARP Massachusetts Auto Insurance Program from Plymouth Rock Assurance offers AARP members in Massachusetts special savings in addition to the everyday benefits that set Plymouth Rock apart from its competition. With Plymouth Rock, lower rates are just the beginning. AARP Members can also save on auto insurance in additional ways, including:
At this point in your life, Plymouth Rock realizes you’re not speeding or texting while driving the way many drivers do. You’re not easily distracted and don’t get caught up fiddling with the radio. And you’ve been exposed to just about every driving situation and condition possible. That’s why AARP members in Massachusetts can take advantage of these unique features from Plymouth Rock:
Beyond rates and savings, Plymouth Rock takes pride in delivering more than just insurance – we deliver the added assurance of great value, ease, service and innovation. Our approach has made our independent agents and policy holders among the most loyal in the industry. Here are just a few of the things we offer that you might not expect from a typical insurance company:
¹Plymouth Rock provides auto insurance and its affiliate, Bunker Hill Insurance, provides home insurance. Each company is financially responsible only for its own insurance products. Actual coverage is subject to the language of the policies as issued by each separate company. AARP membership is required for Program eligibility. Applicants are individually underwritten and some may not qualify for auto insurance from Plymouth Rock or home insurance from Bunker Hill based on driving history, property condition, or other factors. Premiums will be based on verified information and the coverage choices and policy options that you select.
†Subject to certain terms and conditions.
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