With most Americans being asked to stay at home as much as possible, traffic across the country has dropped.
Allstate announced on Monday a plan to reimburse millions of auto insurance premiums to drivers. On Wednesday, companies like American Family and Geico joined the group.
Mercury Insurance and Farmers / 21st Century announced on Thursday morning that it would return money to its customers.
Here is a list of the major insurance companies we know give back to customers on personal auto insurance policies and how much they offer.
Allstate: 15% debit or credit refund on April and May premiums
American family: $ 50 per insured vehicle
Farmers / 21st century: 25 percent reduction in April premium
Geico: 15% credit at renewal between April 8 and October 7; suspend cancellations for non-payment until April
The Hartford: 15% credit on April and May premiums
Liberty Mutual: 15% refund over two months of premiums
Mercury insurance: 15% credit on April and May premiums
At national scale: Refund of $ 50 per policy
Progressive: 20% credit on April and May premiums
Safeco: 15% refund over two months of premiums
State Farm: 25% credit on premiums from March 20 to May 31
Travelers: 15% credit
USAA: 20% credit over two months of premiums
If you do not see your insurer on our list, consult your agent. And if you know of an insurer offering a reimbursement that is missing from our list, send me an email at [email protected]