October 23, 2007
Insurance company finds preparation is key for keeping drivers safe
COLUMBUS, Ohio (October 23, 2007) - SafeAuto Insurance Company is offering drivers ten Road Readiness Tips to ensure driver safety and prevent accidents and breakdowns before they happen. SafeAuto's Road Readiness Tips are based on market experience and by tracking the most frequent customer reports from SafeAuto's free roadside assistance program.
"We pioneered the concept of keeping our customers legal for less, and keeping them safe is simply an extension of that spirit," said SafeAuto® president and chief operating officer Jon Diamond. "Our customers know that if they need assistance we'll be there for them. However, If we're able to keep our drivers on the road, or prevent a roadside tragedy, that's a benefit that can't be beat."
The company unveiled its free roadside assistance program in July of 2007. Since the program's initial roll out, more than 8,000 customers have used the service, adding up to more than 140 people every day. Based on emergency calls received from these customers, SafeAuto® has compiled a list of the most frequent roadside emergencies and ten simple tips to avoid them.
SafeAuto® recommends that all drivers should:
SafeAuto Insurance Company was started in Ohio in 1993. As a provider of minimum insurance coverage and serving an underserved market, the company quickly expanded into Indiana, Kentucky, Georgia, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Louisiana, Mississippi, Illinois, Arizona, Oklahoma and Texas. Today, the company provides minimum insurance coverage to automobile drivers in 13 states. SafeAuto® is a direct-to-consumer auto insurance company that does not rely on a middleman, which ultimately saves its clients money. The company specializes in minimum coverage to meet the law's requirements for automobile insurance coverage in every state in which it operates.
For more information visit http://www.safeauto.com.