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Tesla Insurance Supports Customers With A 20% Credit for March & April Payments

by Vincent Y April 18, 2020

Tesla Insurance Supports Customers With A 20% Credit for March & April Payments

Most recently, many Tesla owners in California received emails from Tesla Insurance about the company is now offering 20% credit for the March and April insurance payments. This will be a big help for most of us during this Covid-19 moment.

 

"Dear Tesla Insurance Customer, 

To help support our customers during these uncertain times, Tesla Insurance Services is providing you with a 20% credit for your March and April auto insurance payments.

We will automatically credit the card on your account most recently used for payment. No action is required on your part with credits issued automatically in the coming weeks.

If you have any questions, please contact us at (844) 348-3752.

Thank you,
Tesla Insurance Services"

 

 




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