WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 2013
On the personal automobile needs side - as an expatriate, diplomat, or foreign national newly arrived here in the U.S., you most likely have neither a U.S. driving record nor U.S. credit history. As such, most insurance companies may consider you to be a new driver, having no record upon which to base their premium. This translates to higher rates and surcharges for you and/or your family, as opposed to a U.S. citizen with a similar background. Our program does not treat you that way. Our carrier treats you and rates you based on your experience from your home country.