QUESTION 1 OF 5

You could reduce your auto insurance bill by combining your policy with your spouse’s.

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Compared to what you would each pay as singles, a couple in their 30s could save an average of $525 a year by combining policies.1

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Compared to what you would each pay as singles, a couple in their 30s could save an average of $525 a year by combining policies.1

QUESTION 2 OF 5

People who are married are sometimes considered less risky drivers.

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Studies have shown that drivers who have never been married had twice the risk of driver injury than drivers who were married,1 so your rate with Amica could go down just because you’re married.

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Studies have shown that drivers who have never been married had twice the risk of driver injury than drivers who were married,1 so your rate with Amica could go down just because you’re married.

QUESTION 3 OF 5

You can receive a discount when you insure more than one vehicle on your policy.

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If you have more than one car, a multi-car discount could lower your rate up to 25% with a policy provided by Amica.1

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If you have more than one car, a multi-car discount could lower your rate up to 25% with a policy provided by Amica.1

QUESTION 4 OF 5

Instead of just getting auto insurance from Amica, purchasing home and life insurance along with it can lower your premium.

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If you and your spouse purchase your auto, home and life insurance from Amica, you could save up to 15%.1

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If you and your spouse purchase your auto, home and life insurance from Amica, you could save up to 15%.1

QUESTION 5 OF 5

If you cancel existing coverage, you have additional time to set up your combined auto policy later on.

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You and your spouse will need to make sure the new insurance takes effect the same day the previous policy ends – so you’re not left uninsured in case of an accident.

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You and your spouse will need to make sure the new insurance takes effect the same day the previous policy ends – so you’re not left uninsured in case of an accident.

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A major life change such as getting married is a good time to revisit any policies under your name.

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Milestones That Can Change Your Car Insurance Rates, for Better or Worse, Consumer Reports, 2017.

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Motor Vehicle Driver Injury and Marital Status: A Cohort Study with Prospective and Retrospective Driver Injuries, U.S. National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health, 2004.

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Terms and conditions apply. Must qualify for each discount. Not all discounts are available in all states.

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Terms and conditions apply. Must qualify for each discount. Not all discounts are available in all states.

Call an Amica insurance representative today at 833-513-3881833-513-3882 for more information.

When you get married and share a vehicle with your spouse, you may wonder if there are insurance coverages you need to adjust or combine. Regardless of your marital status, most states require car owners to have minimum insurance in order to legally drive.1 And if your spouse regularly drives your car, they need to be added to your policy.2 But should you take the extra step of combining policies? While it’s not required, joining your auto policy with your spouse’s could have financial advantages, such as lower premium rates and discounts. Find out if you know all the potential discount opportunities available to you by answering these five questions.