Wednesday, July 23, 2008

GMAC Insurance Reduces Rates in Georgia

PRNewswire/ -- GMAC Insurance today announced it is reducing its auto insurance rates in Georgia, effective immediately. Many drivers in the Peach State can expect to save an average of around seven percent when purchasing GMAC Insurance coverage from one of more than 400 Georgia-based independent agencies.

With fuel prices surging, these rate decreases will help customers manage their transportation costs. What's more, Georgia customers can potentially achieve even greater savings through discounts for paying a policy in full at the time of purchase rather than through monthly installments, in addition to GMAC Insurance's exclusive GM Retiree and GM Dealership employee discounts.

"We are committed to providing new and existing customers with outstanding service at affordable prices," said Scott Murphy, vice president of product and pricing, GMAC Insurance. "In addition to the new lower prices, we'll continue to offer the same benefits, such as our outstanding SmartServices, including SmartValet, SmartInspect and the SmartParts Promise, and our 24/7 claim reporting service and emergency expense allowance."

The GMAC Insurance rate reduction is a statewide average that will affect individual customers differently. Overall premium changes for individual motorists will vary depending on factors such as the coverages they carry, the discounts for which they qualify, where they live, the kind of vehicle insured, who drives it and how much it is driven.

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