The next time you renew your auto insurance policy in New Jersey you may be paying more, thanks to Hurricane Sandy. Insurers who do business in the Garden State are trying to recoup some of their money by charging more for auto insurance premiums. A new report says the state has approved increases for more than two dozen auto insurance companies this year, including Allstate, State Farm, and New Jersey Manufacturers.
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