Most Car Insurances Are Offering Refunds (Allstate, Geico, Progressive, State Farm)

Last updated on April 10, 2020

Work commute? Nope. Road trip? No way. Most of the country is staying home and driving less during the COVID-19 pandemic in a nationwide effort to flatten the curve. 

With less traffic on the road, there have been fewer accidents and fewer car insurance claims. And the prospect of paying claims is what auto insurance base their rates on. Several car insurance companies have now stepped up to offer their customers refunds. 

Car Insurance Refunds at a Glance

  • American Family Insurance: $50
  • Amica: 20% credit for April and May
  • Allstate: 15% for April and May
  • Auto-Owners Insurance: 15% refund for April and May
  • The Cincinnati Insurance Cos.: 15% credit for April and May
  • Erie Insurance: Varies by individual and state
  • Farmers: 25% for April
  • Farm Bureau Insurance of Tennessee: Special payments will equal 24.75% of two months premium
  • Geico: 15% on the entire six-month policy
  • The Hartford: 15% credit for April and May
  • Liberty Mutual: 15% on two months’ of premiums
  • Nationwide: $50
  • Progressive: 20% for April and May
  • State Farm: Average of 25% of premium owed between March 20 and May 31, 2020
  • Shelter Insurance: Approximately 30% refund for April and May
  • Travelers: 15% for April and May
  • USAA: 20% on two months’ of premium

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