For Consumers

Auto insurers that are offering refunds or discounts during coronavirus pandemic

Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler urged all insurers doing business in Washington to consider refunding auto insurance premiums to their policyholders since most are driving less. During Gov. Jay Inslee's Stay Home, Stay Healthy order, issued in late March and extended statewide through May 4, traffic on the state’s roads and highways is down as much as 50%. Read the news release.

Companies that have announced refunds or temporary discounts to policyholders: 

  • Allstate.
  • American Family Insurance.
  • American Family Connect Insurance Co. 
  • Amica.
  • Chubb.
  • Cincinnati Insurance.
  • Country Cos.
  • Dairyland.
  • Electric Insurance.
  • Enumclaw Insurance Group.
  • Esurance/Encompass (both are Allstate companies).
  • Farmers.
  • GEICO.
  • Grange Insurance
  • The Hartford/AARP.
  • Homestate Insurance Group.
  • Kemper.
  • Liberty Mutual.
  • Mapfre.
  • MetLife.
  • Nationwide.
  • PEMCO.
  • Pharmacists Mutual. 
  • Progressive.
  • Safeco (a Liberty Mutual company).
  • State Farm.
  • Stillwater.
  • Travelers.
  • USAA.

If you haven't heard from your auto insurer or aren't sure if you get a refund or discount, contact your insurer.