SACRAMENTO, Calif., July 10, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- California insurance agents and brokers, consumer advocates who are committed to shopping for the best deal for their clients, announce the 2012 Automobile Insurance Discount Act was officially assigned Proposition 33 by the Secretary of State's office.
Proposition 33, the 2012 Automobile Insurance Discount Act, will reward Californians for following the law and maintaining car insurance, and allow Californians to shop their loyalty discount to competing insurance companies. Current law allows a discount, but only if a customer stays with the same insurance company.
Proposition 33 will increase competition, lower prices and insure more Californians.
"Proposition 33 was written to be inclusive. It will save Californians money and help us reach our goal of insuring everyone on the road," said Mike D'Arelli, Executive Director of the American Agents Alliance. "We encourage everyone to read Proposition 33. It is a good idea."
Proposition 33 will:
"When Californians were in control of their loyalty discounts, from 1996-2002, more Californians were insured and more competition existed between insurance companies," continued D'Arelli. "Proposition 33 rewards Californians for following the law."
The campaign is already gaining momentum; we have a diverse group of supporters, ranging from labor to chambers of commerce, republican and democratic leaders, leading consumer groups, and veterans.
Find us online at www.YESProp33.com, on Facebook at www.facebook.com/yesprop33 and on Twitter @yesprop33.
SOURCE 2012 Automobile Insurance Discount Act