The General Insurance offers an anonymous quote feature, which allows people to get a quote online without giving any personal information to the company. You won’t be asked for your name, phone number, street address or email address. An anonymous quote from The General is based on information that you provide about your driving history, vehicle, etc.
The information you’ll need to provide to get a quote from The General includes your zip code, age, gender, marital status, home ownership status, driving record, credit rating, vehicle type and annual mileage. You’ll also enter some basic information about your previous policy. The General says it only takes 2 minutes to fill out their online form and get a quote. This is accurate.
As soon as you finish putting in your information, you get an instant quote. It assumes state minimum liability coverage, plus collision and comprehensive coverage if your vehicle is financed or leased. But you can customize your coverage right on the quote page. You also can compare The General’s quote with quotes from other companies through links provided to their websites.
If you decide to purchase a policy, The General will collect personal information from you to complete your application. Overall, the quote and application processes are simple and quick, and you receive immediate proof of insurance.
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