Drivers First provides affordable coverage to drivers with accidents and tickets.
Online PR News – 24-August-2011 – – Ontario motorists with driving records blemished by tickets and accidents, and who have trouble attaining affordable auto insurance, can take solace in Drivers First insurance program.
Launched by CG&B Group Inc. in 2008 Drivers First is specifically designed to cater to motorists with imperfect driving records and who must have auto insurance by law.
“Auto insurance is mandatory in Ontario and many drivers who have had the misfortune of an accident or have made some mistakes on the road need a policy that will be provide them with insurance that is comparable to that of drivers with better records,” said CG&B President and CEO Larry Later. “The Drivers First program is designed to offer these motorists a second chance at having full coverage at an affordable rate and open door.”
Without discouraging them, Drivers First offers coverage to drivers with imperfect records that is comparable to what is provided to motorists with exemplary records. In addition, CG&B will serve as an advocate on behalf of customers insured under the Drivers First program who need to make a claim.
The program offers drivers with less than perfect records the opportunity to receive a minimum of $1 million in liability, far above the minimum required liability coverage of $200,000.
“Sometimes bad things happen to good people,” said Later. “It’s important for those people to have somewhere to go where they feel they can make a fresh start and where their business is valued as much as someone who has had better luck on the road.”
Later added he is confident CG&B’s personal approach to customer service will help retain Drivers First customers even when their record has significantly improved.
About CG&B Group Inc.
The CG&B Group Inc. is a full service insurance brokerage offering all lines of Property and Casualty insurance, as well as Life, Group, Health and Accident, and Sickness insurance with offices in Markham and Mississauga.