Help your children enter adulthood responsibly with the right renters and auto insurance
It may be that time – your son or daughter is graduating from college or they’re ready to move out on their own. And, you’re ready for that too!
When they do, they may need renters and auto insurance when they’re no longer covered under your policy. Tell them about the insurance you have with SECURA for your home and autos.
If you're a SECURA policyholder, they can have these same benefits as you:
- Access to your trusted insurance agent. No worries about where to go for advice.
- The right coverage to protect their personal belongings. Your child may be surprised at how much property they have – it adds up fast. Plus, with a MILE-STONE Gold renters policy they get the same value-added services that you have in your insurance policy like Travel RescuerSM, Roadside RescuerSM, and Pet ProtectorSM.
- Up to 15 percent savings on their SECURA policy. The Valued Policyholder Discount that you’ve earned as a loyal policyholder will apply to your son or daughter. Be sure to ask your agent for details.
Start the conversation. Then have them contact your agent!
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