NEW YORK–(COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Lemonade, the insurance company powered by AI and social good, today unveiled its new product – Lemonade Car – designed to bring a new technological approach to the category. Lemonade Car is now available in Illinois and will be rolled out nationwide.
Lemonade Car is designed to provide better prices for safe, low-mileage drivers, as well as environmentally friendly electric vehicles and hybrid cars. The Lemonade app uses telematics to measure how much and how safely people are driving, as well as to provide 24/7 on-site roadside assistance, real-time accident detection and dispatch of emergency services.
Additionally, customers will automatically receive large discounts when they bundle with other Lemonade products. The new car packs allow new and existing customers to purchase Lemonade Car alongside Home, Renters, Pet or Life products and save up to hundreds of dollars per year.
Lemonade Car’s one-of-a-kind complaints process allows users to file complaints within minutes and, if needed, get towing services, emergency electric vehicle battery recharging, and the ability to track repairs, bodywork, etc. Using Blender, the company’s proprietary insurance operating system, Lemonade claims advocates are able to process more claims in less time and with greater efficiency than insurance systems traditional. Blender automates many manual processes that otherwise take time, resulting in happier customers and lower costs.
“We have assembled entire teams to handle towing, repairs, bodywork services, as well as the 24/7 roadside assistance and emergency service support we now offer, ”said Shai Wininger. , CEO and co-founder of Lemonade. “Delivering a top-notch auto claims experience means being there for your customers 100% of the time, with surprisingly fast service and a lot of empathy.
As a public benefit company and B-Corp, Lemonade will continue its long-standing commitment to never invest in fossil fuels and polluting industries, as well as to incorporate incentives to reduce CO emissions.2 emissions. Lemonade Car offers better rates and better coverage for electric vehicles and hybrid cars, rewards low-mileage drivers with lower insurance rates, and will fund reforestation to help clean up after customers’ carbon emissions, over time. time.
“We wanted to introduce a product that will not only reinvent the way people buy auto insurance, manage their policies, and file claims, but will also do something good for the planet. As we cannot stop using cars just yet, we will help offset the CO2 issued by our customers’ cars by financing reforestation on an ongoing basis. Thanks to the telematics technology in our app, we are able to estimate the amount of carbon dioxide emitted by each journey and plant trees accordingly. said Wininger.
Lemonade Car is now available to customers in Illinois, with Tennessee coming next, and other states in the United States will be rolled out thereafter.
Take a look behind the scenes of the Lemonade Car product and how it is made.
To get a quote or be notified when Lemonade Car is available in your state, go to www.lemonade.com/car.
Lemonade offers renters, homeowners, pets, car and life insurance. Powered by artificial intelligence and social good, Lemonade’s comprehensive insurance companies in the US and EU are replacing brokers and bureaucracy with bots and machine learning, aiming for zero paperwork and everything. instantaneous. Certified B-Corp, Lemonade offers unused bonuses to associations selected by its community, during its annual Giveback. Lemonade is currently available in the United States, Germany, the Netherlands, and France, and continues to expand globally.
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