You might be surprised to learn that the company that makes Patterson Greenfields’ cars is actually owned by General Motors.
So, if you’re buying a car, make sure you get an insurance policy that covers the GM brand.
That’s because GM has an investment in the company.GM’s investment is worth over $100bn.GM is the biggest auto insurance provider in the US, with over 8,000 policy holders in the state of Texas alone.
Patterson Greenfield is one of the biggest companies in the United States, so it makes sense that it would have a significant interest in covering its investments.GM said in a statement: “The Patterson Green Fields brand is synonymous with high quality and reliable vehicles and products.
It’s not clear whether GM is investing in Patterson Green Field in the same way that General Motors is investing. “
We continue to work closely with our policy holders, and we look forward to working with them in the future.”
It’s not clear whether GM is investing in Patterson Green Field in the same way that General Motors is investing.
GM said it has no plans to make any changes to its auto insurance policies, and that Patterson GreenField’s policies cover the GM name and the vehicles and equipment.
Patriot is a company that has been at the forefront of car insurance since the early 1990s.
In 1997, Patriot was acquired by General Electric for $2.8bn.
Patriot’s policy covers GM vehicles, vehicles from Ford and Chevrolet, trucks, and SUVs.
Its current policy covers Ford cars, but it doesn’t cover trucks, SUVs, or other large vehicles.
When the merger was announced, it said it would take effect in 2018.
Patient is also one of two insurance companies in Texas to have its policy on a GM vehicle.
Paterson Greenfield has three insurance policies covering GM vehicles.
Patriots policies cover Ford, Chevrolet, and Ford vehicles.
It is not clear how the merger will affect insurance prices.
The US Consumer Financial Protection Bureau said it is looking into the merger.
If there is a significant change to the policies, it could lead to higher premiums for consumers, the bureau said.
The merged insurer will have a 30% ownership stake in the merged company, but Patterson Green will retain an ownership stake.
Patrol said it was also evaluating the merger and would have to make a decision in the coming weeks.