Before anyone says it, yes, we are switching… but here’s the backstory: My wife and I are moving from Warwick to Cranston, specifically from 02889 to 02910. Amica is trying to raise our car insurance by over $300 a year, claiming our home is in an area with a higher risk assessment. Does that amount seem relatively high to anyone else? Granted, we are moving near Garden City, which is heavily trafficked; but we live in Hoxsie now—not exactly a huge difference. I could see the rate going up a little, it doesn’t add up. Am I missing something or way off base somehow? It seems I’ve moved before (including to- and from- Boston) and had rates change, as is to be expected, but not like this. Has anyone else experienced something like this lately? Edit: Removing the part about clean driving records. Thank you to a fellow Redditor for clarification on that! Lastly, if anyone has suggestions for new policies, I’ll take it. submitted by /u/jdmess401 [link] [comments]
Ghost Turns Providence’s Amica Mutual Pavilion Into A Haunted Cathedral With Mastodon & Spiritbox [Photos]
Scandinavian metal icons Ghost have been rocketing toward superstardom since rising from the darkness of their hometown of Linköping, Sweden over a decade ago. Ghost deftly combines the bombast and spectacle of 1980s era arena rock legends such as Iron Maiden, the shock and horror of fellow Norseman King Diamond, as well as the mystery, humor, and playfulness of a band such as New York’s very own KISS. It’s easy to ascertain why Ghost is both universally acclaimed and widely popular as they combine a unique brand of showmanship with some of the most resplendent and beguiling hard rock populating the airwaves today.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WLNE) — The former “Dunkin’ Donuts Center” was officially renamed Wednesday. Lincoln-based Amica Insurance landed the naming rights to the arena after Dunkin’ did not renew their contract earlier this summer. The Providence Civic Center will be now be called the “Amica Mutual...
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PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — Insurance company Amica has reached a 10-year deal for the naming rights to the downtown Providence arena that for two decades has been known as the Dunkin’ Donuts Center. The 14,000-seat facility will now be known as the Amica Mutual Pavilion, or the AMP...