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Mercury Insurance Offers Commercial Policies in 10 States

October 20, 2014

Mercury Insurance has expanded its commercial auto insurance coverage to business owners and fleet managers in Arizona, Georgia, Illinois, Nevada, Pennsylvania, and Virginia. Mercury already offers business policies in California, Florida, Texas, and Oklahoma.

“Mercury writes business auto insurance for businesses with fleets as small as one vehicle or companies that have hundreds of vehicles,” said Robert Houlihan, Mercury vice president and chief product officer. “More than 1,000 businesses choose Mercury each week because we offer very affordable rates, broad coverage options and our agents treat our customers like true business partners.”

Mercury provides business insurance coverage for cars and trucks used for farming, construction, office management, pest control, retail and wholesale, restaurants and catering among other industries.

Houlihan added, “Mercury business auto insurance is one of the most affordable policies that business owners can purchase, which will help improve profitability while helping to protect what they have built.”

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