Mercury Insurance announced it is reducing auto insurance rates for Texas drivers by an average of 10 percent. The reduction immediately applies to new customers and policy renewals, and will save Mercury policyholders an average of nearly $150 a year.
Mercury’s rate reduction applies to all drivers who get private passenger automobile liability, comprehensive or collision coverages. Mercury operates through a network of 1,011 independent insurance agents in Texas.
“Drivers may be able to save more than the average percentage we’re reporting based on various rating factors and the amount of coverage they purchase from Mercury,” said Robert Houlihan, Mercury vice president and chief product officer. “The rate reductions can also be combined with other discounts like good driver, multi-policy and our Auto+Home discount that could save customers up to 8 percent more.”
Mercury Insurance is a multiple-line insurance organization predominantly offering personal automobile and homeowners insurance through a network of independent agents in Florida, Georgia, California, New Jersey, Arizona, New York, Illinois, Michigan, Nevada, Texas, Oklahoma, Virginia and Pennsylvania.
Source: Mercury Insurance