Ford Pro Insure Expands Into Two New U.S. States

Ford launches commercial auto coverage in Minnesota and Maryland, powered by Pie

Toronto, ON (June 12, 2024) – Ford is pleased to announce that Ford Pro Insure, its commercial auto insurance offering, is now available in Minnesota and Maryland.

Ford Pro Insure – which is essentially auto insurance, but caters specifically to commercial fleet customers – debuted in 2022 as the latest product from the automaker’s dedicated business unit, which is aiming to provide those customers with a one-stop-shop approach. Since then, Ford Pro Insure has expanded its reach on a state-by-state basis in the U.S., and now, it has added even more to that growing list.

Initially, Ford Pro Insure was available to customers based in Arizona, Illinois, and Tennessee when it launched in July 2023, and this past January, it added Indiana and Wisconsin to that list. Now, Ford Pro Insure is also available for commercial fleet customers seeking insurance in Minnesota and Maryland, too.

Ford teamed up with Pie Insurance – a company provides distribution, underwriting, servicing, and claims – to create Ford Pro Insure, which is available through managing general agent Pie Insurance, though it’s also underwritten by a Blue Oval subsidiary dubbed The American Road Insurance Company (TARIC).

“The right commercial auto insurance can help them run efficient and productive fleets. Enter Ford Pro Insure,” said Craig Carrington, executive vice president of Ford Pro FinSimple, Ford Credit’s brand that includes commercial financing and insurance. “As we expand, Ford Pro Insure adds one more link in the end-to-end support delivered through Ford Pro’s suite of products and services.”

“Pie’s mission is to empower small businesses to thrive by making commercial insurance affordable and as easy as pie,” said Dax Craig, co-founder and president of Pie. “Ford Pro Insure offerings have been growing strategically and coverage is available to small business owners across several states. We’re excited to continue to work with the team to expand to even more states this year in order to help small business owners across the country reduce the overall cost of fleet ownership and focus on what matters most – running their businesses.”

Ford Pro Insure is currently available in seven states: Arizona, Illinois, Tennessee, Indiana, Wisconsin, Minnesota and Maryland.

Policies are issued by The American Road Insurance Company, the carrier subsidiary of Ford Motor Company, and sold and administered by Pie Insurance.

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