Greystone Auto Insurance

Safety, security and peace of mind should be riding with you as you travel. Whether going to work, school or vacation, a great deal is riding with you.

Greystone Insurance is here to protect you and your family from the uncertainties of the highways. As an independent agency, we are prepared to assist you in selecting the most valuable insurance at the most reasonable rate.

North Carolina auto insurance typically covers liability for property damage and bodily injury as well as injury generated from underinsured/uninsured motorists. It may also include comprehensive coverage for fire, theft, falling objects (like trees), flood, glass breakage, and collision.

If your insurance needs extend beyond the basic policy, we can design your program to include towing coverage, rental reimbursement, new car replacement coverage and more. We can also help provide auto insurance for young, inexperienced and beginning drivers as well as auto insurance for high risk drivers.

Ask our skilled and professional agents about the several money-saving discounts available, determined by your driving history and your automobile’s various safety features. You can bundle different policies for additional savings.

Check with Greystone Insurance about North Carolina auto insurance, and your other insurance needs. Inquire about coverage for your recreational vehicle, motorcycle or watercraft. As an independent insurance agency, we have the freedom to shop the marketplace and aggressively seek the best product at the best price . . . just for you.

For your free auto insurance quotes, call us today at 828-264-2626 to speak directly with a professional agent.

“I like how the Greystone team is proactive versus reactive. I truly feel the team’s past experience is helping me today. I have been thoroughly impressed with the proactive service we have received from Greystone. It’s been a long time since I’ve received this level of professionalism. Greystone has provided expert advice while keeping our best interests at heart.” Museum