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Finding Good Prices in New York State

Sounds like an oxymoron, doesn’t it? “Good prices” and “New York State”? How can those words possibly go together?! Especially when it comes to local New York business insurance. The politicians here obviously don’t get it– their hostile policies toward businesses and taxpayers are driving people out of the state, leaving a gaping deficit hole. So what do the politicians do? They create even MORE hostile policies toward businesses and taxpayers! 😐 huh?

Well, thankfully, it’s not (yet) an impossibility to find good deals and comparable prices on insurance. That’s because you can go online to get your home or business insurance quote. I’ve done it a few times over the years. It’s very convenient because it saves time and effort– you do not need to travel around to various agencies, or spend all day on the telephone getting quotes. Moreover, you can get a very comprehensive estimation from all insurance agencies that provide coverage in your areas for your specific needs. The online forms are easy, and do not require you to submit any sensitive information besides name, address, and telephone number. You can submit a general estimation of your needs, and the website does all the rest. It is very convenient!

Remember, New York State law requires that auto insurance be covered by an in-state insurance company. See nydmv.state.ny.us/dmvfaqs.htm for more information about this. And see wcb.state.ny.us, the NYS Worker’s Compensation Board regarding business insurance (mandatory for New York businesses).

Yes, it is expensive enough to buy the mandatory insurance in New York State. Why make it harder, running around town, hunting for the best quotes? Let the quotes come to you!

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I've been traveling throughout New York State since I got the travel bug after touring the Herkimer Home on a school field trip as a youngster. We've been blogging about our travels since 2006 and have visited over half of New York's 62 counties so far.

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