Tips on Combining Your Coverages

Congratulations, you’re getting married!

Just as it is very important to discuss finances before getting married, it is also critical to discuss insurance coverage and needs. We recommend sitting down with a local agent to discuss your needs. 

If you’re on this site, chances are one of you has a local agent who suggested our company. We would be proud to continue to offer security to your new family. 

Here are some things to think about: 

At Utica National, we have dozens of ways to help you save. Annual mileage credits, paid in full, anti-theft devices, occasional operator, educator discounts, and good students. Talk to your agent and find your qualifying discounts. Don't be afraid to ask if you qualify for more discounts. 

An auto insurance policy can include all of your vehicles

Your boat. Your ATV. Your motorcycle. Your scooter. If it motors, it can probably be added to a Utica National insurance policy. Talk to your agent about adding coverage into one policy. 

Combining auto and home can save you money

A bundle is good for savings. One policy can result in savings. Talk to your agent about combining policies 

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Our mission is to help our policyholders feel secure, appreciated, and respected, especially in big moments in their lives.

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We care deeply about our policyholders, which is why we strive to continually evolve the digital experience. 

NOTICE: This information is provided solely as an insurance risk management tool. It is provided with the understanding that the member insurance companies of the Utica National Insurance Group ("Utica National") are not providing legal advice, or any other professional services or advice. Utica National shall have no liability to any person or entity with respect to any loss or damages alleged to have been caused, directly or indirectly, by the use of this information. You are encouraged to consult an attorney or other professional for advice on these issues.