CHROME® Renamed American National Collector Car Insurance

Car buffs offered numerous benefits with coverage especially tailored for collector vehicles.

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“Choosing the right insurance is critical and when it comes to collector cars it’s definitely about more than the quickest quote or cheapest price,” says Jana Letterman, Collector Car Insurance marketing manager. “American National Collector Car Insurance

Springfield, MO (PRWEB) August 24, 2014

To help car aficionados nationwide drive and care for their specialty vehicles, American National is further tailoring its well-respected custom car coverage with a new name: the specialty coverage known as CHROME is now American National Collector Car Insurance.

Coverage created by car buffs for car buffs, American National Collector Car Insurance represents the many options American National offers car enthusiasts to protect their big investments – options such as agreed value coverage, generous annual mileage, flatbed towing (where available), spare parts coverage and the opportunity to decide where vehicles will be repaired.

American National Collector Car Insurance also encompasses several additional unique coverage features including common cause loss deductible, which means clients will only pay one deductible per same occurrence regardless of the number of property items damaged or destroyed when those items are insured by American National, as well as the Fresh Start Discount that offers clients the opportunity to save money for making a switch to American National even before their current coverage expires.

Although the name change is a complete departure from CHROME – an acronym that stood for each type of collector vehicle covered – the generous discounts for those who insure multiple collector vehicles and cash back rewards for insuring both home and auto remain the same and are still some of the best in the industry. Also remaining are the knowledgeable American National agents nationwide who are ready to provide the personal service that specialty car owners want for their prized possession.    

“Choosing the right insurance is critical and when it comes to collector cars it’s definitely about more than the quickest quote or cheapest price,” says Jana Letterman, Collector Car Insurance marketing manager. “American National Collector Car Insurance is a new coverage name but it’s built on firsthand knowledge of the concerns collector car and truck owners face, as well as our tradition of honest, reliable service and fair claims.”

For more information about American National Collector Car Insurance, to locate an agent or to get a quote online, visit http://www.anpac.com

About American National
American National Insurance Company (American National), headquartered in Galveston, Texas, was founded in 1905 and is licensed in all states except New York. American National and its subsidiaries offer a broad line of products and services, which include life insurance, annuities, health insurance, credit insurance, pension products and property and casualty insurance for personal lines, agribusiness and certain commercial exposures. The family of companies operates in all 50 states.

American National established a dedicated property and casualty division in 1973 with American National Property And Casualty Company, Springfield, MO. This company serves 38 states not including NY. To better serve the unique insurance needs of the agricultural market, American National acquired the Farm Family group of insurance companies based in NY in 2001. For corporate and investor relations information, please visit American National’s website at http://www.anico.com.

Products and services may not be available in all states. Terms, conditions and eligibility requirements will apply. Property and casualty products and services may be underwritten by American National Property And Casualty Company, Springfield, Missouri, or one of its subsidiaries or affiliates: American National General Insurance Company, Springfield, Missouri; Pacific Property And Casualty Company (California); ANPAC Louisiana Insurance Company (Louisiana); American National Lloyds Insurance Company and American National County Mutual Insurance Company (Texas); Farm Family Casualty Insurance Company, Glenmont, New York; or United Farm Family Insurance Company, Glenmont, New York. Not all companies are licensed in all states. Each company has financial responsibility only for the products and services it issues.


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