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|About||Travelers knows that you have a lot riding on those wheels; with package offerings and competitive insurance rates, they work to protect you wherever you go.||The General offers great rates on auto insurance to all types of drivers. Whether you have great driving record, had a gap in coverage, or been in an accident, we have a rate for you!|
|Roadside Assistance||Traveler's Basic Roadside Assistance provides towing service up to 15 miles, as well as emergency car services such as jump start, fuel delivery, flat tire change and lockout assistance. Traveler's Premier Roadside Assistance provides the same emergency car services, towing service up to 100 miles, and Trip Interruption coverage, which offers reimbursement of $200 a day (to a maximum of $600) for meals and lodging if your breakdown occurs 100 or more miles from home. Additionally, Premier Roadside Assistance provides Personal Property coverage with a $500 limit for any items damaged or stolen during the breakdown.||The General provides optional Towing and Labor coverage in select states to pay for the cost of towing your car if it becomes disabled. Comprehensive and collision coverage is a prerequisite for purchase. The General also offers a Roadside Assistance plan that is administered by Nation Safe Drivers (NSD). This optional program provides 24-hour assistance for towing and other emergency services.|
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|Recent Questions||Should I choose a company that is cheaper for my auto insurance or my home?|
There's a couple of things to think about. While price is important, I would make sure you have equal coverage for your home and your auto from both Travelers and State Farm.Are some insurance providers better suited to my needs than others to get the best rate?
Because most coverage options can be matched across insurance companies, I think what you are really looking for is the best customer service/claims support for the best cost. Right off the bat, I know Geico probably wouldn't be an option for you with a leased vehicle.What is an ADOT Code?
Your ADOT code should be listed on your ID card from Travelers. If you don't see it listed there, contact Travelers Customer service. The ADOT code identifies your insurance company to the state.My daughter got into an accident using my vehicle, will my insurance pay for the damages she caused?
Normally the liability coverage on your policy should pay for damage caused to another driver, even if your daughter wasn't currently listed on your policy. However, some insurance companies require anyone who lives in the household be listed on the policy - either included or excluded in order for them to properly determine the risk.See More Questions
|Does hitting a fixed object cause my premium to rise?|
This type of claim would be considered a collision claim, which usually causes your premium to rise. In New Jersey, at-fault collision claims caused premiums to rise by an average of $1200.Why do I have to keep insurance on my old car if I'm not using it?
It really has more to do with the fact that you still have the vehicle registered in your name. New Jersey monitors whether or not vehicles registered in the state are also insured.Why did The General cancel my car insurance?
Insurance companies in many states have up to 60 days from the start date to cancel a policy without providing a reason for doing so. In most cases, this has to do with some sort of potential fraud or an inaccuracy on your application.Is car insurance mandatory in New Jersey if a person no longer uses their car to drive?
Here is a link a post that should answer your question. In New Jersey, you aren't required to maintain insurance coverage on a vehicle you are no longer driving, but the tags for your vehicle will need to be returned to the state.See More Questions
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