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OLI Insurance Services announces company rebrand to Heffernan Network Insurance Brokers


WALNUT CREEK, Calif., Feb. 9, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The organization formerly known as OLI Insurance Services, a wholly owned subsidiary of Heffernan Insurance Brokers, announced today the rebrand to Heffernan Network Insurance Brokers. Founded in Northern California and with several California offices, Heffernan Network has expanded nationally through strategic hires and acquisitions.

The company operates under two different strategies: access and perpetuation. As a boutique market access partner, Heffernan Network provides robust carrier access to top national carrier appointments, leverages top tier commissions and contingency structures, and offers innovative technology solutions and back office support to enable an independent agency owner to grow strategically. The flexible, modern acquisition strategy offers independent agencies a perpetuation solution that maintains the integrity and legacy of the existing brand, staff, and customers, while offering a deeper bench of resources usually reserved for only top, national agencies such as Heffernan Insurance Brokers.

“We are excited to announce this rebrand which comes in conjunction with our 5-year anniversary,” said John Prichard, Jr., President of Heffernan Network Insurance Brokers. “Our access partnerships and subsidiary agencies highly value the association with Heffernan Insurance Brokers, so it was a natural fit to rebrand and more clearly represent our relationship with Heffernan. Heffernan Network is growing quickly and we are excited for what’s to come in 2022.”

As part of the next phase of Heffernan Network’s growth strategy, we are interested in collaborating with privately held, independent brokers across the United States. If you are interested in learning more about the market access partnership, please contact Steve WilliamsDirector of Business Development at 415-808-1300 or [email protected]. For any inquires pertaining to perpetuation or acquisition, please contact Matt McKennaDirector of Corporate Development, at 925-746-7962 or [email protected].

About Heffernan Network Insurance Brokers
Heffernan Network Insurance Brokers, formed in 2017, helps small independent agencies grow by providing exceptional market access, new business fulfillment, back office support, and technology solutions to help improve efficiency as well as initiate revenue streams outside their core competencies (ie employee benefits, life insurance, personal lines, and property & casualty). For those agents nearing retirement, Heffernan Network also offers an exit strategy solution.

For more information, visit www.heffnetwork.com

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Best Vision Insurance Companies Of 2021 – Forbes Advisor


Consider the following factors when comparing vision insurance plans and looking for the option that best fits your needs.

Wide Coverage

When it comes to vision insurance, it’s easiest to get coverage if the plan is offered in every state and there’s an extensive number of doctors within the insurance company’s network. In fact, it’s not only more convenient, but also helps prevent gaps in coverage should you move or need care while traveling.

Low Monthly Premiums

When compiling this list, we took the lowest possible monthly premiums of each insurance provider into account. While pricing varies based on your plan and demographic details—and greater coverage needs often require higher monthly premiums—it’s important to take your budget into consideration when looking for a new vision insurance plan.

Full or Partial Coverage of Annual Eye Examinations

One of the most used benefits of vision insurance is coverage of annual eye examinations. Not all vision insurance companies cover these exams completely, but most at least cover the majority of the cost.

Eyewear and Contact Lens Allowances

Whether you need glasses or contacts now or in the future, understand the allowances provided by your vision insurance plan for these expenses. Often, vision insurance covers frames for glasses, as well as contact lenses, up to a specified dollar amount. If you exceed this amount, the additional cost is considered an out-of-pocket expense.

Ease of Access

Accessibility is important when researching and enrolling in a vision insurance plan, as well as when you need to file a claim or reach a customer service representative. Reading reviews can give you a helpful idea as to how responsive the vision insurance company you’re considering is in times of need—not just when you’re trying to sign up for coverage.

PitCo cleans up Mountain Rescue Aspen’s insurance | News


Mountain Rescue Aspen’s CB Cameron Rescue Center. The unpaid volunteer organization responds to approximately 100 search and rescue missions annually.

When Mountain Rescue Aspen’s volunteers venture into the backcountry, the Pitkin Board of County Commissioners wants them adequately insured every step of the way.

For the last eight years, the Pitkin County Sheriff’s Office has had a mutual aid agreement in place with Mountain Rescue Aspen (MRA) for its critical year-round search-and-rescue services.

“We are unbelievably fortunate and thankful to have Mountain Rescue Aspen to provide those services to us,” Pitkin County Undersheriff Alex Burchetta said during Tuesday’s BOCC work session. “It really is a partnership.”

Consisting of roughly 50 unpaid volunteers, MRA responds to approximately 100 calls each year, according to its website.

Mr. Bocc

From left to right, Pitkin County Risk Manager Cathy Lutzkanin, Pitkin County Undersheriff Alex Burchetta, Mountain Rescue Aspen (MRA) President Jordan White and MRA member Ben Genshaft address the Pitkin County Board of Commissioners during a BOCC work session Tuesday. Pitkin County Sheriff Joe DiSalvo, second row left, also listened in as his colleagues discussed proposed changes to MRA’s insurance policy, which the county funds.

“What an incredibly selfless service,” Commissioner Kelly McNicholas Kury said. “I’m always amazed that people put themselves at risk and also just make themselves so available … It’s pretty incredible to me that folks do this in our community.”

Funded by community donations and grants, MRA has also historically received insurance coverage through the county’s master workers’ compensation policy that included “a deductible of $400,000 per claim,” according to a BOCC work session memo.

Given the inherent risk of search-and-rescue missions, Pitkin County was subjecting itself to significant “financial variation dependent upon claim activity,” the memo also stated.

In essence, it did not make financial sense for MRA’s unpaid search-and-rescue volunteers to be covered under the same insurance policy as county staff members whose job descriptions did not include backcountry missions.

During Tuesday’s work session, Pitkin County Commissioner Steve Child asked if an incident last summer on Capitol Peak — when an MRA responder was seriously injured during a mission — triggered the county to pursue a different insurance policy for the nonprofit.

According to Pitkin County Risk Manager Cathy Lutzkanin—yes and no.

“It was a part of the impetus to make this change but it wasn’t the only one. There was another minor incident where there was … a bit of a gray area about what was covered for mountain rescue personnel — were they actually on a mission? Were they preparing for a mission?” Lutzkanin explained. “There were some situations that could very easily arise where they’d have no coverage for these volunteers, which really wasn’t ever the intent.”

The BOCC, as well as MRA members themselves expressed support for the insurance policy change Tuesday.

The new insurance policy will cost Pitkin County $27,500 annually and it will cover MRA’s 50 members during search-and-rescue missions, training and other authorized activities.


When should Michigan drivers receive their $400 auto insurance refund checks?


Refund checks worth hundreds of dollars should be arriving in the bank accounts of Michigan drivers over the next few months.

The $400 refund checks that are being delivered from the state’s auto insurance industry are part of the bipartisan-passed legislation in 2019, which required the companies that oversee the state’s trust fund to return money to drivers who insured a vehicle in Michigan by the end of October last year.

The refund checks should arrive by May 9, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer said.

Whitmer took credit for the refund checks during her annual State of the State Address earlier in February, where she attributed her signing of the auto insurance reform package as a cost-saving measure for drivers.

The money will come from the Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association (MCCA), which reported a billion-dollar surplus last year.

RELATED: Here’s how auto insurance changed in Michigan this year

According to the state, drivers that insured their vehicle by 11:59 pm on Oct. 31, 2021 will receive a refund. Motorcycles and RVs are eligible for the refund as well, as long as they have minimum insurance requirements.

The money is scheduled to be transferred by the MCCA to insurers by March 9. From there, checks will be issued through mail or ACH deposit.

Among the biggest changes from the auto insurance reform was the requirement removal that all drivers pay for unlimited Personal Injury Protection medical coverage. Drivers that opted out of maximum PIP coverage will still get a refund.

RELATED: Drivers to receive $400 refund checks per vehicle

The details of the refunds were published in a bulletin released by the Department of Insurance and Financial Services.

“The Governor directed DIFS to take an active role in ensuring that refunds would be issued expeditiously to Michiganders who have paid into the fund for decades,” said Director Anita Fox. “The DIFS bulletin ensures that consumers are protected and imposes a May 9, 2022 deadline for issuing refunds to all eligible drivers.”

DIFS also created a FAQ site for drivers to peruse if they have any questions.

Any drivers that are eligible to receive a refund but don’t get a check by the May 9 deadline can contact their insurance company with questions. They may also contact the insurance department with concerns Monday through Friday 8 am to 5 pm at 833-ASK-DIFS (833-275-3437) or emailing [email protected]


Alan offers his insurance stack to smaller health insurance companies – TechCrunch


French startup Alan currently insures more than 200,000 people with its own health insurance contracts. The company is expanding its business in two different ways — it wants to offer more services to turn its insurance app into a health superapp, and it is announcing today that it wants to sell its infrastructure and tech stack to other insurance companies.

With this new activity called Alan-as-a-service, Alan essentially provides all the services that you need to run a health insurance in France — except that other insurance companies are creating those insurance products.

The best way to describe how it works is by talking about the first Alan-as-a-service customer. Lamie Mutuelle is partnering with Alan and is going to use Alan’s services going forward.

It is a health insurance company covering 85,000 people, which means that it doesn’t have a big in-house engineering team. After the switch to Alan-as-a-service, existing Lamie customers don’t have to sign a new contract. Lamie is still in charge of pricing its insurance products and selling them to companies and individuals.

“They use our mobile app. It’s the main Alan mobile app, it’s the one that is available in the App Store. The only difference is a Lamie splash screen that their members will see,” co-founder and CEO Jean-Charles Samuelian-Werve told me.

When you pay at the doctor’s office, Alan is in charge of comparing what you paid with the coverage you get from your Lamie contract. And Lamie members should notice a real improvement as Alan has refined this process quite drastically.

In France, private heath insurances are connected to the national healthcare system card. When you hand your card to the doctor, Alan is notified of a payment in just a few seconds. That’s why Alan has automated this process as much as possible. In most cases (two thirds), members receive reimbursements on their bank account in less than an hour. The national healthcare system pays a portion as well, but it usually arrives a few days later.

Companies who signed up with Lamie for a health insurance contract will also be able to access the Alan backend website to manage employees, invite them to create an account or remove them when they leave the company.

The three stakeholders are gaining different things from Alan-as-a-service. People who have a Lamie insurance product will gain a better user experience and access to other Alan services. Lamie has relegated IT issues to Alan. And Alan gains 85,000 users overnight.

Alan might not generate the same margins from third-party members compared to his own members. But that should definitely help when it comes to growth in the health insurance market, which remains highly fragmented.

Should You Get Travel Insurance for Your Spring Break Trip? | Travel


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Winter is thawing, midterms are on the horizon and beach travel deals are populating every other post on your social feeds. This can only mean one thing—spring break is coming.

Amid the daydreams of sun and relaxation, ski hills and hot tubs, or community service trips, college and graduate students might be weighing the pros and cons of spring break travel in the COVID-19 era.

If you choose to travel, getting a travel insurance policy can be a smart money move. This coverage can help protect not only you, but the money you prepay for trip expenses like flights, hotels or that must-see concert. In case your plans go awry (which, let’s face it, feels more likely now than ever before), this coverage can be your saving grace.

What kind of travel insurance is out there? Do you even need it? Here are a few important points to keep in mind when deciding whether to purchase travel insurance for spring break.

Seek travel insurance that includes COVID coverage

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Regardless of if you’re traveling abroad or domestically, if you’re considering purchasing travel insurance, it’s wise to ensure it covers COVID-related losses. While it is tempting to buy cheap basic travel insurance, getting more comprehensive coverage will better protect you during the pandemic.

This is important for a few reasons:

  1. You’ll be covered for any medical costs incurred if you become sick with COVID during your trip.
  2. If you catch COVID a few days before departure and need to cancel your nonrefundable trip plans, COVID-related trip cancellation coverage will protect your down payments.
  3. If you test positive before your return flight home and need to quarantine, trip interruption insurance will kick in.

“If you or a traveling companion are individually ordered to quarantine before or during your trip because you were exposed to COVID-19, that can be a covered reason for trip interruption,” according to Allianz Travel Insurance policies that include COVID coverage.

In a scenario like this, the covered limits will vary. But generally, you can expect to be covered for extra hotel nights, transportation costs because of the interruption and the money needed to potentially cancel your existing flight and rebook a new one.

These last-minute costs can really add up, so a policy that protects you against these losses is helpful.

Not all bookings are nonrefundable

As a general rule, travel insurance is best for protecting nonrefundable trip plans. If your transport or stay is nonrefundable, trip insurance will help you get your money back if you need to cancel for a covered reason.

However, many travel companies, including most airlines and hotels, have loosened their change and cancellation policies in recent years. United, for instance, has “permanently gotten rid of change fees for most economy and premium cabin tickets for flights within the US, or between the US and Mexico or the Caribbean.” Note that this doesn’t include its basic economy fares.

If your spring break trip can be changed or canceled without a penalty, decide if you still need the benefits of a comprehensive travel insurance policy. You might not.

You can buy specific policies a la carte

If you’re still worried about trip interruptions — such as potentially catching COVID while traveling — you can buy separate trip interruption and travel medical insurance policies a la carte. This can be cheaper than buying a comprehensive plan.

Another instance when you may not need a comprehensive policy is if you booked your spring break trip with a credit card that offers travel insurance. While the limits may be lower than on a comprehensive plan, it may be enough for you. Built-in credit card travel insurance typically includes trip interruption coverage but not medical emergency expenses.

So if you choose not to buy a travel insurance policy, consider getting a separate travel medical insurance plan for peace of mind.

Award travel cancellations are a slightly different ballgame

Some award travel bookings — that is, bookings made with points and miles — still incur out-of-pocket taxes or redeposit fees for cancellations. In instances of covered trip changes, travel insurance can cover those costs.

However, several airlines and hotels have also loosened their change and cancellation policies for award bookings, and many allow travel rewards to be reinstated without cost.

Some travel credit card issuers, like Chase, offer cardholders an online travel booking portal. If you book travel on the platform with the credit card that includes built-in travel insurance, your trip will be covered. However, if you transfer points to an airline or a hotel, you no longer get the coverage from your credit card.

If you’re nervous you’ll change your mind

What if you found a good spring break deal that you want to book, but you’re not sure whether you’ll want to travel when the time comes? In this case, weigh your options.

If the flight and hotel have a flexible cancellation policy or the plans are refundable, you don’t need to get travel insurance right away. If you end up going, you can always purchase a policy a few days before departure.

However, if it’s a nonrefundable booking, the only way you can cancel and get some of your money back for any reason is if you purchase a travel insurance policy and add on the optional Cancel For Any Reason coverage. CFAR will allow you to cancel a trip up to 48-72 hours before departure and gives back 75% of your nonrefundable deposits.

CFAR must be purchased at the same time as a comprehensive travel insurance plan, within 10-21 days of booking the trip, and must insure the entire amount of the trip.

Final thoughts on spring break travel insurance

If spring break travel is doodled in your planner, travel insurance can be useful for a variety of reasons — but it doesn’t make sense for every trip. Look at what coverage you have and comb through cancellation policies before booking. If you’re still nervous about the what-ifs, consider giving yourself more confidence in your travel plans and protect yourself with coverage.

It could be one less thing to worry about; plus, you’ll get an A in preparedness.


Insurance ETF (IAK) Hits New 52-Week High


For investors seeking momentum, iShares US Insurance ETF IAK is probably on radar. The fund just hit a 52-week high and is up about 28% from its 52-week low price of $69.46/share.

But are more gains in store for this ETF? Let’s take a quick look at the fund and the near-term outlook on it to get a better idea on where it might be headed:

IAK in Focus

iShares US Insurance ETF provides exposure US companies that provide life, property and casualty, and full-line insurance. It charges 42 basis points in annual fees (see: all the Financials ETFs here).

Why the Move?

The insurance space in the broad US stock market has been an area to watch given the rise in yields. Insurance stocks are among the prime beneficiaries of a rate hike, as these are able to earn higher returns on their investment portfolio of longer-duration bonds. At the same time, these firms incur loss as the value of longer-duration bonds goes down with rising interest rates. Nevertheless, since insurance companies have long-term investment horizons, they can hold investments until maturity and hence, no actual losses will be realized.

More Earnings Ahead?

Currently, IAK has a Zacks ETF Rank #3 (Hold) with a High risk outlook. Therefore, it is hard to get a handle on its future returns one way or the other. However, many of the segments that make up this ETF have a strong Zacks Industry Rank. So, there is definitely some promise for those who want to ride this surging ETF a little further.

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2022 Best Cheap Homeowners Insurance in Alabama


Alabama homeowners insurance overview

Here are a few things that homeowners should be aware of when shopping for Alabama home insurance.

Alabama homeowners pay more for insurance

The average cost of homeowners insurance in the state is $2,364 per year, 27% higher than the national average. Still, it’s worth noting the cost of housing in Alabama is the second lowest in the US Depending on income, Alabamans may still be money ahead after paying a bit more for insurance.

Three easy ways to reduce costs

Shop insurers: There are six types of policies specifically designed for non-mobile homes. They range from basic to wide-ranging coverage, and the best homeowners insurance companies offer them all. The trick is to buy the most comprehensive coverage offered at the lowest premium. It may take some shopping around to accomplish, but it can be done.

Seek discounts: Another important money-saving tactic is to take advantage of all possible home insurance discounts. Discounts cover just about everything, from bundling policies to installing an alarm system.

Deductible raise: Finally, if annual premiums put a strain on the budget, raising the policy deductible will lower the premium price.

What are the most common homeowners insurance claims in Alabama?

According to FEMA, the state of Alabama declared 87 major disasters between 1953 and 2019, most of which involved severe storms and hurricanes. To ensure proper coverage, it may help to know the most common Alabama home insurance claims. Here’s what they are:

Water damage

Alabama has plenty of sunshine and a fair amount of rain, which helps explain water-related claims, including leaky bases and wood rot. There are also everyday issues, like water damage caused by broken appliances and plumbing issues.

fire and lightning

In 2019, 25% of all homeowners insurance claims were a result of fire and lightning damage, according to the Insurance Information Institute. Fire does not top the list of homeowners insurance claims, but it is the most expensive issue insurance companies deal with.

wind damage

Wind damage is another common Alabama claim. Whether it’s caused by a hurricane, tornado, or thunderstorm, roofs and other exterior features of a home can take a beating due to wind damage.

Homeowners insurance coverage options and discounts

Discounts like bundling, safe driver, and paying the annual premium upfront are all great, easy ways to save money. However, when it comes time to purchase homeowners insurance, it makes sense to make the most of all potential savings. For example:

An alarm system saves money in more than one way

The best homeowners insurance in Alabama rewards homeowners for installing a security system by offering a premium discount of 15% to 20%. Let’s say the annual premium is $1,000. An alarm system can cut that amount by $150 to $200. In addition, an alarm system could lower the risk of a break-in, which in turn, would lower the number of claims.

Roof upgrades dramatically decrease premiums

Roof replacements are one of the most common claims insurers deal with. But upgrading a roof can provide an Alabama homeowner with one of their steepest home insurance discounts. The average discount in the state for homeowners with an upgraded roof is nearly $400, primarily because there is less risk it’s going to need to be replaced anytime soon.

Electrical upgrades lead to discounted premiums

Not only can an electrical upgrade help protect a home from fire, but it will also knock an average of $250 off an Alabama homeowner’s premiums each year.

5 cheapest cities in Alabama for homeowners insurance

Insurance companies take many factors into account as they determine premiums. They include things like the area crime rate and proximity to a fire station.

Here are the five cheapest cities in Alabama for homeowners insurance:

Car Insurance Prices Rise as US Traffic Deaths Increase


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People have been driving less in the pandemic, and cars are safer than ever. Even so, America’s roads are more deadly than they’ve been in a decade.

Beyond the obvious concerns about life and death, experts say the spiking fatality rate on US roads will result in higher car insurance rates for drivers.

According to the most recent report from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, an estimated 31,720 people died in car crashes during the first nine months of 2021. That figure represents a 12% increase over the same period in 2020 — which also saw an abnormally high number of road fatalities, despite the lower levels of traffic due to America’s widespread shift to lockdown and remote work.

The 12% increase in road fatalities is the largest year-over-year rise ever recorded by the agency, and the projection of nearly 32,000 deaths on US roads is the highest for any January-September period since 2006. For the sake of comparison, in the first nine months of 2011 there were just under 24,000 traffic fatalities. In 2019, there were fewer than 27,000 deaths.

It’s not simply a matter of more drivers being out on the roads. The traffic fatality rate — based on the number of deaths per 100 million vehicle miles driven in the US — was usually around 1.10 to 1.15 before soaring to 1.35 in 2020 and 1.36 in 2021.

Why car insurance prices are rising

Why US roads have become more dangerous is hard to fully explain, though some research indicates that as roads became less congested during pandemic shutdowns, drivers were more likely to speed and operate vehicles under the influence of alcohol or drugs. The accidents caused by these drivers were disproportionally more severe than typical collisions.

What we know for sure is that the roads are more deadly, and as a result, auto insurance companies are being forced to pay out more money in claims when accidents occur. And when that happens, it’s inevitable that insurers will pass along their higher costs and hike premiums for drivers across the board.

Early in the pandemic, auto insurance companies were giving customers rebates because of the perceived increase in safety due to fewer cars on the roads. Yet as it became apparent the traffic fatality rate was on the rise, industry experts began saying last summer that an increase in auto insurance rates was coming.

Indeed, some data shows that car insurance rates have ballooned. According to Insurify, an online marketplace for insurance, the average annual cost for an auto insurance policy in 2021 was $1,633 — a 12% increase over 2020. Insurify is projecting a further increase of 5% for 2022, meaning the average policy would cost $1,707 this year.

“Both inflation and increased levels of dangerous driving are contributing to this jump in prices,” Insurify explained in a statement emailed to Money. “It is certainly possible that should fatalities continue to spike this year, the increase in premium costs could also rise.”

On the other hand, The Zebra, an insurance comparison and shopping site, estimates that car insurance rates have risen at a slower pace — up about 3% from 2020 to 2021. It expects higher prices in the future thanks to the increase in car crashes , traffic deaths and claims paid out by insurers.

“More claims equal more losses, and more losses equal raised rates for everyone, not just the drivers involved in accidents,” Allie Byers, insurance expert for The Zebra, said in an email to Money.

Even as rates rise, drivers can take steps to save on car insurance, including classic strategies like switching to a higher deductible and periodically shopping around for a cheaper policy.

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Cruise and Mobilitas Insurance Partner to Provide Commercial Coverage for Autonomous Vehicles


SAN FRANCISCO & GLENDALE, Ariz., February 09, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Today, Cruise and Mobilitas Insurance announced a new collaboration that provides commercial insurance coverage for Cruise and its fleet of all-electric, zero-emission self-driving vehicles. This first-of-its kind insurance program, brokered by Marsh, is custom-designed to ensure a superior claims experience for a commercial, autonomous fleet.

“Our top priority is to deploy our vehicles as safely and responsibly as possible, which is why we’re thrilled to partner with Mobilitas to create a custom insurance program that goes beyond the industry standard,” said Melissa Gale, Director of Risk at Cruise . “Together with a leading industry partner, Cruise can ensure appropriate coverage for our on-road operations, and support the fundamental promise of safety and peace of mind to our customers.”

Cruise is building the world’s most advanced self-driving vehicles. Based in San Francisco, Cruise offers all-electric, shared, autonomous ride-hail services, as well as delivery in Arizona. The announcement marks an important milestone as Cruise prepares for commercialization, and demonstrates Cruise’s innovative thought leadership in the AV and insurance space, made possible through this innovative partnership with Mobilitas.

“We are at an inflection point in the evolution of transportation, which requires tailor-made risk solutions,” said Julie Brown, general manager of Mobilitas. “As a commercial insurer with mobility sector experience that specifically addresses our client needs, we are uniquely suited to manage risk for a cutting-edge technology company like Cruise.”

About Mobilitas:
The Mobilitas companies offer commercial insurance built from the ground up to meet the unique needs of the mobility market, and provide creative, technology-driven insurance solutions that protect business needs. The Mobilitas companies are part of CSAA Insurance Group, which has a financial strength rating of “A” (excellent) from AM Best, the insurance industry’s primary financial rating firm. More information is available at www.mobilitasinsurance.com and on social media (Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter).

About Cruise:
Cruise is building the world’s most advanced self-driving, all-electric vehicles to improve life in cities. As the first all-electric, zero emissions fleet, Cruise believes that self-driving cars, when deployed at scale, have the potential to save millions of lives, reduce emissions, reshape our physical environment, give back billions of hours of time and restore freedom of movement. Join our mission at getcruise.com.

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