Progressive Insurance

Started in 1937 as "Progressive Mutual Insurance Company", The Progressive Corporation currently provides auto insurance and other motor-vehicle related insurance services including motorcycles, recreational vehicles, and snowmobiles.

Operating throughout the United States and Canada, the Progressive Corporation specializes primarily in auto insurance, also providing property-casualty and financial institution insurance as well as related services.

Progressive earns its name, setting industry pace in unconventional, high-risk insurance. Further, Progressive continues to reach beyond the limits of its traditional business into standard-risk and preferred auto coverage, including personal-use vehicle coverage (motorcycles, snowmobiles, and snowmobiles). Beyond personal coverage, Progressive also supports collateral insurance for auto lenders, employee misconduct insurance, as well as directors' and officers' insurance. The company's marketing works through its toll-free telephone service, extensive website, and 30,000 agents throughout the U.S.

Some of Progressives biggest competitors are Allstate, GEICO, GMAC and State Farm Insurance.



The Progressive Corporation

6300 Wilson Mills Rd.
Mayfield Village, OH 44143

Toll Free (for quotes):800-PROGRESSIVE
Telephone: 440 461-5000
Fax: 440 603-4420

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