Elephant Insurance Announces Entry into Georgia

Elephant Insurance offers drivers more choice

RICHMOND, VA. (February 24, 2021) – Elephant Insurance announced today that it has expanded its services to sell auto insurance policies to the resident drivers of Georgia.

The expansion is a strategic decision for the company to extend insurance protections to more drivers throughout the United States. Georgia has 7.2 million licensed drivers1 and 8.4 million registered vehicles2. In addition to Georgia, Elephant provides auto insurance policies directly to consumers in Virginia, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Maryland, Tennessee and Texas.

“We’re looking forward to meeting new customers in Georgia,” said Alberto Schiavon, CEO. “We know our customers are looking for convenience and customized coverage to meet their needs and lifestyle, and our team is ready to assist drivers to make the process of buying and managing an auto policy easy and clear.”

Since soft launching Georgia on Elephant’s price comparison channels in December 2020, Elephant is now insuring over 1,000 vehicles. Plans to begin direct marketing to reach more Georgia drivers will start in March.

Elephant’s digital account tools allow customers a variety of self-serve options, including customizing their coverage, adding, or removing vehicles, making payments, filing, and tracking a claim and bundling other insurance products.

Georgia drivers can get a quote and sign up for Elephant today or they can speak with one of Elephant’s licensed agents by phone or through online chat.

 

About Elephant Insurance

Elephant is a consumer-focused car insurance company headquartered in Richmond, VA with the aim to put its customers at the center of all efforts. Elephant Insurance is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Admiral Group, plc., one of the U.K.’s leading insurers with a presence in eight countries and over 6 million customers worldwide. More information is available at www.elephant.com.

 

Sources:

1 2018 data from the Bureau of Transportation Statistics.

2 2017 data from the Bureau of Transportation Statistics.

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