Thank you, Wendy, and good morning. Welcome to Progressive's conference call. Participating on today's call are Glenn Renwick, our CEO; and Brian Domeck, our CFO; and Bill Cody, our Chief Investment Officer. This call is scheduled to last about an hour.
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Wendy, we are now ready to take our first question.Question-and-Answer Session Operator [Operator Instructions] Our first question today is from Vincent D'Agostino [ph] from Stifel, Nicolaus. Unknown Analyst In our own test drive of Snapshot, we had a few issues with foreign-made cars, where we had to get a second device. And the customer service representative that helped us out was able to confirm that there was some communication issues with nondomestic vehicles. So I was just curious how prevalent of an issue is that really in reality. Glenn M. Renwick I am sorry. I'm not going to be able to give you a great deal of information on that. If it was a significant issue, I'd know about it. I know there are some contingencies, but nothing that's sort of -- it's what I would call a significant level. So I can't give you more specifics than that, but i"m happy to follow up on it. But really, given the numbers that we're dealing with, that's a very, very small number.