Bundling your insurance can save you money and might improve your coverage. What is bundling? Bundling is when you have multiple policies with the same insurance company. The most common example is having your auto and home insurance with the same company, but there can also be significant discounts for adding boat, RV, motorcycle or classic car policies with the same company as your auto and home as well.
Having one agent to handle your coverages can greatly simplify your insurance program. You always know who to call and an agent that handles all of your insurance needs will be in a better position to make sure you have the best coverage for your situation.
Additionally, having your policies with the same carrier can make it much easier to purchase a personal liability umbrella policy.
Another benefit is that many companies offer combined billing, so all of your insurance premiums might be able to be “rolled up” into one simple monthly bill.
As an independent agency we represent many insurance companies. We will always explore whether bundling your insurance policies will save you money and/or provide better coverages. However, there may be situations where you need a specialist insurance carrier for a portion of your insurance program. That’s where an independent agent shines, we can bundle where it makes sense while retaining the ability to find the best solution to unique situations.
Contact us today to discuss whether bundling is right for you, and in the meantime, please watch this short video about the benefits of bundling your coverage.
About Dawson Insurance
The first independent insurance agency in Dawson County, Dawson Insurance has a history of excellence since 1964. Located in Dawsonville, Georgia, we also offer unparalleled service and competitive quotes to personal and business insurance clients in Cumming, Gainesville, Alpharetta, and throughout the entire State of Georgia.
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