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Travelers Canada

A Stay-at-Home Auto Premium Credit Program will see Travelers Canada personal auto clients get a 25% premium reduction for one month.

Customers’ accounts will be automatically credited the amount, starting in May. Travelers added that it will keep an eye on its program as it gets more information about the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on the driving environment and auto claims.

The company is also extending auto coverage for Canadian customers who are temporarily using their personal vehicles for food, grocery, pharmacy and medical supply deliveries.

This announcement follows other relief measures such as the suspension of cancellation and non-renewal coverage because of non-payment and not charging non-sufficient fund fees through to June 15 to give policyholders more time to pay their premiums without having their policy cancelled.



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