The Hartford Financial Services Group and Amica Mutual Insurance Company are both highly rated auto insurance providers, based on customer reviews and financial stability ratings, as of 2015, notes About.com. The Hartford offers auto insurance through independent insurance agents and through its partner, AARP. People who purchase auto insurance from Amica Mutual do so directly, as the company does not use outside insurance agents.Continue Reading
The Hartford offers auto insurance products such as rental reimbursement, personal injury protection, property damage liability, and comprehensive and collision coverage, states About.com. Insure.com found that 91 percent of The Hartford's customers intend to renew their policies, and Moody's rates the company with an "A" for financial stability. There have been some consumer complaints about The Hartford, based on premium increases, poor claims handling and incorrect billing.
Amica is based in Lincoln, Rhode Island, and has been offering auto insurance products since 1907, notes About.com. A.M. Best rates the company with an "A++" Superior for its financial stability. The Better Business Bureau rates the company as "A+," and J.D. Power & Associates named the company highest in customer satisfaction for 11 straight years. There have been some customer criticisms of the company, including a lack of local offices, premium increases without explanations and subpar claims handling.Learn more about Vehicle Insurance