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- United Security Health & Casualty
|Options||National General||United Security Health & Casualty|
|Region||National General||United Security Health & Casualty|
|City||National General||United Security Health & Casualty|
|Discount type||National General||United Security Health & Casualty|
|Anti-Theft Device||Varies||Up to 20%|
|Good Driver||Varies||Up to 5%|
|Multiple Vehicle||Varies||Up to 15%|
|Paid in full||Varies||Up to 5%|
|Advance shopper||--||Up to 5%|
|Claims Free Renewal||--||Up to 20%|
|Defensive Driver||--||Up to 5%|
|Good Student||--||Up to 5%|
|Home Owner||--||Up to 5%|
|No lapse in coverage||--||Up to 5%|
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