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Nationwide and Erie are two of the biggest names in insurance, with an advertising reach to match. Chances are you've seen more than one commercial from either in the past month. Nationwide and Erie were both founded in 1925. Both are widely-trusted companies, but which has the discounts, services, and customer ratings that matter most to you? See how they stack up below.
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Nationwide demonstrates customer appreciation and respect through dedicated, licensed professionals and superior claim service.
Erie Insurance provides customers with the flexibility to customize their car insurance by offering over 30 extra policy features, along with the highest levels of customer service.
Nationwide's Roadside Assistance is available in select states. Two levels of emergency Roadside Assistance coverage—Basic and Plus—are available. Nationwide Roadside Assistance Basic applies to everyone on your policy, in any car you might occupy with coverage that includes towing up to 15 miles, ditch extraction service, emergency fuel, battery jump-start, locksmith services up to $100 and tire changes. Nationwide Roadside Assistance Plus includes all the previously listed services in addition to a tow up to 100 miles and trip interruption coverage that may reimburse your expenses up to $500 for alternate transportation, lodging and meals if you find yourself broken down 100 or more miles from home.
Erie provides 24-hour roadside assistance for an additional fee on your policy that covers reasonable auto towing and required labor cost at the site of your vehicle breakdown.
The financial strength rating, categorized from Poor to Superior, is an independent assessment of a company's financial strength and a company’s ability to meet their ongoing insurance obligations when it comes to things like paying claims.
The J.D. Power rating, scored from 2 to 5, is an independent measure of customer satisfaction around the handling of claims. A higher J.D. Power Rating is a good indicator that a carrier will treat you well should something go wrong.
The User Satisfaction rating, graded from F to A+, is the Better Business Bureau’s assessment of how well the business is likely to interact with its customers, and is based on multiple factors including customer complaints and transparent business practices.