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It's time for car insurance to be simple, transparent, and clear.

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Before you call shenanigans, let us say that your skepticism is totally justified. We know other car insurance companies often say one thing and do another, and usually, it's the absolute worse timing when you find out—after an accident. A time when you expect to be protected as promised, but instead you get scripted technicalities.

You’re done with empty promises. You just want to know what you're getting and get what you pay for. We understand 100 percent. That’s why we’re changing it. At Say, we’re not here to confuse you or give you the runaround. We’re here to make a difference in your life for the better because, for us, it’s not just business, it’s personal.

Here’s how.

We’re Simple

No more angry emojis or banging your head against the keyboard over VIN numbers and forgotten passwords. This is a frustration-free zone, and that means cutting all of those unnecessary steps and stressors. You don’t need to remember any passwords here. We use a secure, two-factor authorization to make the sign up process a breeze. We also don’t make you put in your VIN number just to get a quote.

We’re Transparent

Why is car insurance such a blur? You chose one policy so you’d be covered for x, y, and z, only now your car insurance company is acting like they’ve never heard of the alphabet. Forget that. We want you to be informed and confident, not confused and frustrated. How do we do that? We give you the information and resources you need to help you better understand your auto insurance, like your insurance score. Basically, we think the more you know, the better.

We’re Clear

We don’t know about you, but we’re tired of that insurance jargon that makes no sense. We’re ditching the jargon, and getting right to the point on all things insurance. We like to fill our blog with informative topics that get to the point without all the fluff. We keep things clear and concise to help make insurance a little more understandable and a little less confusing.

Posted September 30, 2016 in say insights.