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Titan Car Insurance

Titan Car Insurance

Titan, a subsidiary of Nationwide, no longer sells auto or commercial vehicle insurance. Prospective or current clients should contact Nationwide for additional information.

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What we know about Titan

Titan, headquartered in the great city of Cleveland, OH, was founded in 1991. Its financial strength rating–aka its money-flexing muscle power to keep your assets safe–is Excellent. On the other hand, its J.D. Power rating, which measures customer satisfaction around the handling of claims, is 3 out of 5. A higher J.D. Power Rating is a good indicator that a carrier will treat you well should something go wrong. Which is exactly what insurance is for, right? See more on J.D. Power ratings here.

1991

Founded

3

Claims Rating

A-

User Satisfaction

Titan Auto Insurance Discounts & Features

  • Multi-Car Discount
  • Accident Free Discount
  • Association Discount
  • Good Student Discount
  • Military Discount
  • Anti-Theft Device Discount
  • Anti-Lock Brakes Discount
  • Homeowners Discount
  • Advance Quote Discount
  • Driver Safety Course Discount
  • Airbag Discount
  • Tavelink Discount
  • Mature Driver Discount
  • Manage Your Account Online
  • Roadside Assistance
  • Towing & Labor
  • Rental Reimbursement
  • Claims Handling by Nationwide

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Recent Titan Car Insurance Questions and Answers

Should I contact the police and insurance company days after I rear ended a car?

It is unlikely that the other driving contacting the police days after the accident will result in any citation. Unless they were called to the scene, they probably won't even be able to write an accident report.

Which state would I need to get insurance in if my daughter will be attending graduate school out-of-state and the car is in my name?

The vehicle will need to be insured in the state where it is driven, so you have 1 of 2 options. You can have your daughter added as a co-owner of the vehicle and she will be able to register and insure the vehicle in her name, in the new state.

If my husband backed into a parked car and put a tiny dent in a bumper that was already severely damaged, is he liable for the entire bumper?

Your husband should only be liable for the damage he caused. However, your insurance company will ultimately decide what they will and won't cover regarding the repair or replacement of the bumper.

Can I file a claim if we agreed to not pursue a claim but the other driver changed their mind?

It isn't too late to file a claim, even if you and the other driver agreed not to, since your insurance policy is intended to cover you after an accident. If you are considered to be at-fault in the accident then your company should pay for the damage caused to the other driver.

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