Car Insurance Companies Offering Rebates in Response to Coronavirus
With many stay at home orders across the United States due to the Coronavirus, American’s have been staying off the roads and not driving as much, if at all. Because of this, several major car insurance companies have announced plans to give their customers a break on their car insurance.
We have compiled a list of car insurance carriers who have announced a relief effort for their customers. This list is updated as of April 2020 and we will continue to update it as needed.
If you’re looking for additional help during this time, we’ve put together a list of resources with information around filing for unemployment, financial assistance, health benefits, and more.
- American Family Insurance will provide a one-time $50 payment for each personal automobile insured with them as of March 11, 2020
- Liberty Mutual plans to provide auto insurance customers a 15% refund on two months of their annual auto premium as of April 7,, 2020
- Nationwide will be rebating $50 to all customers who have an active auto insurance policy prior to March 31, 2020
- Safeco will provide customers a 15% refund on two months of their auto insurance premium. The amount will be based on your premium amount as of April 7, 2020