Liberty Mutual partners with Ford to offer discounts

Liberty Mutual partners | March 02, 2020

Liberty Mutual partners with Ford to offer discounts
Liberty Mutual Insurance has partnered with Ford to offer potential discounts to Liberty Mutual customers who drive a Ford vehicle. Nearly all 2020 Ford connected vehicles are eligible. Liberty Mutual’s telematics programs allow customers to save money on their auto insurance based on their driving habits. The new agreement will allow Liberty Mutual to evaluate a customer’s driving behavior through FordPass Connect, eliminating the need for a plug-in device. “At Liberty Mutual, we are always looking to provide innovative new solutions to meet and exceed our customers’ evolving insurance needs,” said Nicholas Grant, president and manager of product technology solutions at Liberty Mutual. “We’re excited to extend our work with Ford to leverage its leading connected-car platform to bring this technology to more drivers and put our customers in the driver’s seat of their own insurance experience.”

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