Travelers Launches IntelliDrive Mileage-Based Auto Insurance

October 18, 2011

Travelers has launched a program to help low-mileage drivers reduce annual vehicle expenses with its mileage-based auto insurance product, IntelliDrive. Travelers IntelliDrive customers may receive an immediate discount of up to five percent at enrollment, and up to an additional 20 percent at renewal depending upon the number of miles driven.

IntelliDrive measures mileage by using a small electronic device that a customer easily plugs into the vehicle. IntelliDrive customers can access personal driving reports through a secure website. The personal driving reports provide information on vehicle usage, which includes driving style and environmental impact such as fuel economy and carbon footprint.

Parents of young drivers can also establish vehicle alerts that notify them via email when the vehicle is driven aggressively, leaves a defined area, exceeds a certain speed limit or is used during an unauthorized driving period. These optional alerts are based on settings defined by the customer.

IntelliDrive is currently available in Illinois, Ohio, Oregon and Virginia. IntelliDrive can be purchased by visiting an independent insurance agent or by contacting Travelers.

** Discounts and advantages may only apply to certain coverages, may not be available in all states and are subject to individual eligibility.

 

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  • April 10, 2014 at 3:39 pm
    Marianne Vandevanter says:
    I had my mechanic install Intellidrive on my Buick Park Avenue April 8. Am I enrolled in the program, or is there something I should do from my computer?
  • October 24, 2011 at 11:46 am
    jdoe says:
    This sounds like a fantastic product offering from Travelers. I would be most interested in this for myself. From my experiences, Travelers is a top-notch company, in the up... read more
  • October 24, 2011 at 11:08 am
    Big Brother says:
    I don't have an issue if this remains voluntary. Due to the fact that auto insurance is all but required in every state, I do have a problem with it on a mandatory basis as an... read more
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