NJAAA president Dyke offers plan to complement auto reform legislation package of Whitman

January 1997
Insurance Advocate;1/18/97, Vol. 108 Issue 3, p36
Focuses on New Jersey Auto Agents Alliance president John Kerry Dyke's views on Governor Christine Todd Whitman's proposed automobile reform insurance package. Section on fraud prevention; Dyke's plan to encourage competition among carriers.


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