The Hartford and Nationwide are both top companies in the world of auto insurance. The Hartford was founded in 1810, and Nationwide was founded in 1925. Nationwide is ranked the #2 auto insurer for 2016, with The Hartford ranked #11. Additionally, Nationwide has an excellent vanishing deductible program as well as a fast and fair claims process, while The Hartford offers a tremendous amount of additional discounts and benefits to AARP members, and has excellent claims services. However, The Hartford lacks 24-hour customer support, and Nationwide’s online and mobile services are subpar. Still, its financial strength ratings are superior to those of The Hartford, but The Hartford has 4 out of 5 stars from J.D. Power. So which one offers the kinds of discounts, services, and even customer ratings that best fit your car insurance wants and needs? Keep reading to find out.
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