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The COVID pandemic and stay at home orders have had a significant impact on daily travel around the state.  With reduced drive time and fewer claims paid in recent weeks, Arizona auto insurers are giving back to their customers by offering premium reductions at varied levels.  In addition, other customer assistance programs are available such as flexibility in premium payments, suspending non-renewal cancellations and deferring deductibles to customers who cannot pay out of pocket to get their vehicle repaired. Check to see if you can benefit from premium relief through your car insurance company.  Below are announcements from Arizona auto insurers on their COVID-19 response programs:

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to dramatically alter driving habits and create financial uncertainty for individuals and families across the country, American Family Insurance will return approximately $200 million to its auto insurance customers.

To better assist those impacted by coronavirus, GEICO is pausing cancellation of coverage due to non-payment and policy expiration, effectively immediately. This pause will remain in effect through April 30, 2020. ​

In an effort to help customers during these challenging times, State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company, the nation’s largest auto insurer, is announcing up to a $2 billion dividend that will go to its auto insurance customers. 

Over the last few weeks, the entire country has faced hardship due to COVID-19. Progressive Insurance remains committed to assisting customers and today announced it is providing approximately $1 billion to them as a result of fewer claims that come with less frequent driving.

© 2020 by the Arizona State Senate Republican Caucus.

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