Verti Insurance Company, a direct-to-consumer digital auto insurer, today introduced FreePass„ , a free program that forgives one previous at-fault accident for new customers in Pennsylvania.
With Vertis FreePass, new customers of Verti who have had one at-fault accident with their previous insurance company will not be charged extra because of that accident. Verti does not require insureds to be customers for a certain length of time to qualify for accident forgiveness, or charge customers a higher cost to add accident forgiveness to their auto insurance policies. Verti forgives one prior at-fault accident at no charge for new customers who have had an at-fault accident in the preceding three years.
Another unique aspect of FreePass is that new customers who have had no at-fault accidents with their previous carrier in the preceding three years, get one free pass for a future accident while insured by Verti. Additionally, accident forgiveness may be earned after just three years without any at-fault accidents.
We know everyone makes mistakes and we believe drivers with one at-fault accident should not be penalized for that mistake. For that reason we are pleased to offer FreePass to these new customers in Pennsylvania, with no increase to their premiums, said Verti Chief Executive Officer Jos Luis Bernal. Through the use of smart data, Verti will strive to constantly improve digital efficiency, cost savings and be at the forefront of innovative car insurance experiences.
To learn more about Verti and FreePass, please visit www.verti.com.
Verti Insurance Company is a wholly-owned subsidiary of MAPFRE U.S.A. Corp. The Verti brand was launched in Spain in 2010 by MAPFRE Group to market 100-percent digital direct-to-consumer insurance. Since then, Verti has been introduced in Germany and Italy, and most recently in the United States, where Verti Insurance Company writes auto insurance in Pennsylvania. MAPFRE is a global insurance company with over 36,000 employees taking care of more than 37 million customers in over 100 countries.