Indiana Auto Insurers Offering Premium Savings Programs to Help Hoosiers Due to COVID-19 Pandemic

SOURCE: News release from Indiana Department of Insurance

Indianapolis — Indiana Department of Insurance Commissioner Stephen W. Robertson recently approved requests from several auto insurance carriers to offer refunds, credits and other programs for consumers due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The total estimated amount of savings to consumers is over $129 million dollars. Indiana is already one of the states with the lowest auto insurance rates.

“I want to personally thank all of the auto insurers who have stepped up to help Hoosiers by offering discount, refund and credit programs during this pandemic,” said Commissioner Robertson.

A list of companies offering a program for their customers due to the COVID-19 pandemic can be found on the Indiana Department of Insurance COVID-19 Actions web page under Auto Insurance Rates.

About Indiana Department of Insurance
The Indiana Department of Insurance protects Indiana’s insurance consumers by monitoring and regulating the financial strengths and market conduct activities of insurance companies and agents. The department monitors insurance companies and agents for compliance with state laws to protect consumers and to offer them the best array of insurance products available. The department also assists Hoosiers with insurance questions and provides guidance in understanding how insurance policies work.