Changes In Auto Insurance System Urged In N.J.

NU Online News Service, Feb. 21, 4:50 p.m.EST?At a hearing this week held by the New Jerseylegislature, industry experts urged lawmakers to change the state'sauto insurance system and make it less difficult for insurers towrite business.

"Improved market stability would help attract new insurancecompanies to the state, enabling drivers to more readily obtain thecoverage they need at a fair price," said Richard Stokes, Northeastgovernment affairs representative for the Downers Grove, Ill.-basedAlliance of American Insurers.

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