Aug. 6, 2012 - The last few years have been challenging ones for everyone with the dips and rebounds in the global economy.
In these unpredictable times, we want you to know that we’re committed to meeting your insurance needs in a fair, cost-efficient manner. Here are a few of the benefits of Erie Insurance policies that we think you’ll appreciate.
The 12-month deal – With ERIE’s 12-month policies, the price of your auto and home insurance will not change or fluctuate for an entire year. Not all insurers offer this.
Good insurance, seriously – Erie Insurance believes the billions spent on humorous insurance commercials could be put to better use. ERIE puts the money into providing you with seriously good auto, home, business and life insurance. Take, for instance, ERIE Rate LockSM1. It gives you a great, locked-in rate on car insurance that will never change unless you add or remove a vehicle or driver, or change your address.
Satisfied Customers – For more than 85 years, Erie Insurance has taken great pride in treating our Customers right, and keeping our Customers happy. Perhaps that’s why more than 90 percent of ERIE Customers stay with ERIE, year after year. But don’t take our word for it. Check out the honors from independent organizations like J.D. Power and Associates. Erie Insurance was recognized as a J.D. Power 2012 Customer Service Champion — one of only 50 companies in the U.S. to earn the distinction this year.
Financially sound – Our Customers depend on us to be there to help make things right again — in some cases, to help rebuild their lives. Financially strong insurance companies like ERIE can guarantee your payment when it’s due. Erie Insurance consistently receives strong financial ratings from respected, independent ratings organizations like A.M. Best.
Additionally, as an ERIE Customer, you’ll get practical advice and unrivaled service from a local ERIE Agent. Contact an Agent today to get a quote.
1Not available in North Carolina, Maryland and New York. Limited to three years in Virginia. ERIE Rate Lock does not guarantee continued insurance coverage. Insured must meet applicable underwriting guidelines. Premium may change if you make a policy change. Patent Pending.