AIG Auto Insurance Lowers Rates for Policyholders in Nevada

February 27, 2006

AIG Auto Insurance has announced it would lower auto insurance costs for thousands of policyholders in Nevada.

The company is implementing a 5 percent rate decrease in Nevada, lowering auto insurance costs on thousands of vehicles and resulting in hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of savings for Nevada drivers insured by National Union Fire Insurance Co. of Pittsburgh, The Insurance Company of the State of Pennsylvania and Birmingham Fire Insurance Company of Pennsylvania, the company stated in a news release.

“We look forward to working with drivers in Nevada to provide insurance coverage that meets their needs and provides a cost effective alternative to other auto insurers in the Silver State,” said Tony DeSantis, president of AIG Marketing Inc., the direct marketing division responsible for AIG Auto Insurance. Nevada represents a significant market for AIG Auto Insurance, which provides coverage for thousands of drivers in the state.

Topics Auto Policyholder Nevada AIG

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