- Insurance Information
- August 2013
In Touch with 21st - August 2013
Summer's last stand...
Welcome to the August edition of In Touch With 21st. With the end of summer approaching we look at whether you have enough auto insurance, provide back-to-school driving tips for drivers of all ages and look at whether an extended warranty is worth the additional cost. We also highlight our PowerSport insurance along with some features of our Policy Self Service (PSS) area on our website.
Make sure to check out the 21st Century Twitter and Facebook pages where you can keep up on the latest news along with any promotions and giveaways. We are currently running a contest for all customers who sign up for paperless delivery by September 30th, 2013. Customers currently registered for paperless delivery are eligible for the grand prize.
Stay safe and see you next month.
How much auto insurance do I need?
Driving uninsured is not an option, and you want to protect yourself financially by having enough auto insurance coverage. How do you know if you’re underinsured?
Back to school driving tips
With increased school traffic it's important for motorists to understand how to safely share the roads with school buses and pedestrians. It is also the perfect time for parents and children to talk about how to stay safe while travelling to and from school.
PowerSports: Boaters insurance
When you're on the water the last thing you want to worry about is whether you have the right insurance coverage for your boat.
Go paperless for a chance at $2,500!
To claim your chance at $2,500, simply log on to 21st.com now and register for paperless delivery. That’s all that’s required. It’s quick and easy. And once you, do you’re entered into a drawing for $2,500. Customers currently enrolled in paperless delivery are already entered and eligible for the drawing.
Did you know?
You can easily manage your 21st Century policy? Register on our policy self-service site at 21st.com to see how we’ve made managing your auto policy even easier and more convenient.