An important part of building your financial future is protecting your assets against risk.
To help you protect yourself, Taylor Credit Union offers an opportunity to purchase insurance and loan protection through our trusted partners TruStage and Member’s Choice (CUNA Mutual).
TruStage: Insurance the Credit Union way!
With discounts for credit union membership, the TruStage Auto & Home Insurance Program could save you money. Working with big-name companies we’ve carefully selected, you can expect top-notch service and solid value. It’s easy to get a quote and make the switch—even if you’re already covered with another company, you won’t lose a penny. Isn’t it time for car insurance the credit union way?
Payment Protection—Member’s Choice® Program
Taylor Credit Union partners with CUNA Mutual Group to offer services to protect you in the event you are ever unable to pay your loan. Choose from a variety of insurance products through CUNA Mutual Group’s Member’s Choice® program.
- Credit life and disability insurance—Protect yourself and your family with coverage for Extra Credit Union loan obligations.
- Mechanical repair coverage—Add protection for repair costs for vehicles financed through Extra Credit Union.
- Vehicle guaranteed asset protection (GAP) insurance—Protect your investment against irreparable damage or theft. GAP insurance covers the difference between your insurance carrier’s settlement and the loan balance.
*TruStage® Auto & Home Insurance Program is made available through TruStage Insurance Agency, LLC and issued by leading insurance companies. To the extent permitted by law, applicants are individually underwritten; not all applicants may qualify. Discounts are not available in all states and discounts vary by state. A consumer report from a consumer reporting agency and/or motor vehicle report will be obtained on all drivers listed on your policy where state laws and regulations allow. Please consult your policy for specific coverages and limitations. The insurance offered is not a deposit and is not federally insured.