Low-Cost Limo Insurance Available In New England

Posted on September 29, 2009

Industry specific rates and coverages arrive just in time to help operators save money at beginning of recovery.

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, N.J. - Plymouth Rock Assurance, an insurance company with New England roots that date back 25 years, has teamed up with Hub International's George Hansen to introduce a special new limousine program that features competitive rates and a menu of optional coverages designed specifically for the industry.

The program launched this past July, and is available to operators in Connecticut and Massachusetts with fleets ranging from one to 500 vehicles, according to Hansen. Preferred pricing is available for "preferred" limousine and livery operators, including those who run sedans, limousines, SUVs, vans, and other specialty vehicles.

"The program is particularly strong because Plymouth knows New England and I have over 25 years experience writing and underwriting limousine operators," explains Hansen, first vice president of Hub and managing general agent for Plymouth Rock. "Together, we designed a product that gives operators the kind of protection they need at very competitive rates."

Plymouth Rock Assurance is an A-rated insurance company that features competitive rates and innovative product features like online bill payment, interest free installments, full glass coverage (with no deductible), gap insurance on financed or leased vehicles, audio/visual coverage (including televisions, two-way radios, etc.), and loss-of-use coverage.

Information: George Hansen, Hub International, (908) 790-6871 or george.hansen@hubinternational.com;

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