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Car Insurance Ontario CA: Target Up Insurance is Expanding

Car Insurance Ontario CA: Insurance company offers exclusive discounts.

ONTARIO, Calif., Sept. 4, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Car Insurance Ontario CA - Car insurance is a necessity in California. While many may argue they do not need insurance because they are safe drivers, car insurance is not to protect them. Car insurance protects the consumer from other drivers.

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Accidents can happen in an instant, and many times it is not the insured driver that will be at fault. This makes having insurance even more important.

Those who live in Ontario, Calif., will be pleased to know that a 30 plus year veteran of the insurance business will be expanding their operations to include this quickly growing area.

"Whether you need property, auto, commercial truck, business, boat, motorcycle, or power sports insurance, we can help. We stand out from the crowd because we don't offer just a quote, we offer guaranteed rates," said Sara Pirestani, spokesperson for Target Up Insurance.

Target Up is dedicated to the customer and saving both money and time. Low rates, superior customer service, and all major insurance companies represented, but without the major fees associated with franchising or licensure. The company makes the entire insurance buying process easy and quick.

Target Up's years of experience and service in the insurance world means the customer is first. This is evident in their success with all customers in all facets of the insurance community.

"We offer all sorts of auto insurance for our customers from lots of different companies to get the best possible deals. We offer policies on all autos including passenger vehicles, vans, trucks, SUVs, and RVs. We also insure sports, exotic, classic, lifted, and modified cars," said Pirestani.

Auto insurance is only one area that Target Up Insurance provides the best in service and discounts to its customers. They also offer property, commercial truck, business, boat, motorcycle, or power sports insurance, and all at a rate that is more than competitive with the largest companies in Ontario.

The one area that sets Target Up apart from the rest is the way each customer has personalized attention, particularly when trying to negotiate a new policy.

"The standard insurance contract is very difficult for the average person to understand, and there is often jargon and language that will allow the company to change rates without prior notice or reason. We at Target Up offer guaranteed rates for our customers," said Pirestani.

Free, no obligation quotes are offered over the phone, via the website or email. New customers are encouraged to apply, and exisiting customers are encouraged to check back and see if recent changes mean they can save even more money.

Additional information is available on the website. Visit www.TargetUpInsurance.com.

Media Contact: Sara Pirestani, Target Up Insurance Services, (951) 272-1500, [email protected]

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