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CURE Auto Insurance celebrates one year in Michigan

“For all naysayers, our numbers, and more importantly our policyholders, tell a different story,” says Eric S. Poe, Esq., CPA, CEO of CURE. “The reforms are really working and working well.” Poe was convinced that CURE could make a real difference for residents of a state where drivers paid the highest auto insurance rates in United States. “However, drivers need to shop around and rely less on their agents who receive a commission on what consumers pay for insurance. The higher the rate, the more money the agent makes. At CURE, we only use no agents. That’s why Michiganders flock to our website. We find that 94% of drivers are choosing options under the new law with an average savings of 40%, reaffirming that the reforms are needed and work.”

Looking back on the first day, Poe recalls, “One of the very first related policies was about a mother and son at Pontiac, Mich.who previously paid $3,600 per year. Their rate fell to $1,820. Next was a 52-year-old man Detroit director, who was paying 55% more with his previous car insurance company. Poe adds, “We couldn’t be happier than what we accomplished last year and we’re even happier with the difference we’ve made for thousands of Michigan families.”

Based at Princeton, New JerseyCURE auto insurance has been heralded as the “cure” to the no-fault auto insurance crisis in New Jersey when it was founded in 1990. Specializing in no-fault insurance markets, CURE automobile insurance insures over 85,000 vehicles and is licensed to do business New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Michigan.

More information can be found at cure.com or by calling 800-535-CURE.

Contact: Glori Gayster, [email protected]

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