The Allied Insurance Company has a lot to offer its clients by way of insurance options as well as extra perks that go along with insuring your assets with Allied.
Although the company dates back to 1929 as the Allied Mutual Automobile Association, there came a huge change in 1998, when the company merged with the very well known Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company, and now goes by the name Allied Insurance.
That's not to say they took over all of the Nationwide Brand. Far from it! You can definitely still insure through the main/original Nationwide company based in Ohio.
Instead, Allied has become a subsidiary of Nationwide, which is still the parent company. The Allied Group still falls into the category of "A Nationwide Insurance Company" if you look closely.
From what I've been able to ferret out, Allied Ins handles the insurance business generated through the independent agents affiliated with Nationwide.
Bottom line? Essentially, if you insure with the Allied Insurance Company, you are insuring with Nationwide.
What does that mean for you, the consumer? If you're interested in getting Allied auto insurance or any of their other insurance products, there are some perks that go along with your policy if you play your cards right.
I already mentioned the fact that the Allied Group offers quite a range of insurance products and services. These are a few:
As you can see, there is definitely a LOT on offer. You may only need one or two of these types of insurance coverage, but if you combine your various policies with the Allied Insurance Company, you'll definitely save money.
Something else that may surprise you is that the Allied Group allows you, actually encourages you, to customize your Allied auto insurance policy to suit your specific needs. Same goes for their other polices. They want you to have exactly what you need - no more, no less.
Allied Ins even offers freebies! Well, they call them "Allied Extras," but I love a freebie! :) When you buy Allied auto insurance and Allied home insurance together, you automatically get a few perks that other insurance companies don't provide for free.
When you speak to your insurance agent to set up your policy, be sure to ask about discounts you can get, too. There's always savings to be had if you take the time to ask.
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