Auto insurers provide drivers with coronavirus credits. Is yours on the list?


An increasing number of auto insurance companies are offering refunds or discounts to drivers during the coronavirus pandemic.

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]


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