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There has been a major shift at the top of the auto insurance marketplace as GEICO Corporation has leapfrogged Allstate Corporation to become the second largest U.S. private auto insurer.

According to data compiled by SNL Financial, GEICO logged $4.89 billion in direct premiums written during the third quarter of 2013, while Allstate recorded $4.65 billion in premiums. The Berkshire Hathaway Inc. unit had been knocking on its competitor’s door just a quarter earlier as Allstate barely kept its perch in the second quarter, logging $4.46 billion in direct premiums written, compared to GEICO’s $4.42 billion. The two actually swapped places in the first quarter, with GEICO posting $4.72 billion in premium, versus Allstate’s $4.53 billion.

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