If You Own a Toyota in Colorado, Georgia or Oregon, Read This

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Toyota has expanded its insurance services, Toyota Auto Insurance, to three more states: Colorado, Georgia, and Oregon. Originally introduced in selected markets in 2021, Toyota Auto Insurance aims to provide consumers with quality coverage at reasonable rates. Eligible customers in these states may receive an immediate upfront discount, and there are potential savings available through good driver, good student, or multipolicy discounts.

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The insurance product can be purchased through a variety of channels, including the Toyota mobile app, customer service call centers, participating dealerships, and the ToyotaAutoInsurance.com website. The coverage is not exclusive to Toyota vehicles and can be applied to any vehicle within a customer's household.

Rob Spencer, President of Toyota Insurance, shared that the company is enthusiastic about the continued rollout of Toyota Auto Insurance to reach a larger customer base. The aim is to deliver exceptional value and top-level service to enhance the overall Toyota ownership experience.

Toyota Auto Insurance is now available in twelve states: Arizona, California, Colorado, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, Ohio, Oregon, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Texas. Customers choosing Toyota Auto Insurance benefit from more than 90 years of insurance insights, knowledge, and award-winning claims support. These services are provided by Toggle, part of Farmers Insurance.

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