As some auto insurance companies start giving refunds and credits to commuters stuck at home during the coronavirus outbreak, there’s an easy way drivers with other carriers can catch the same break — just pick up the phone and ask.
***On Thursday, State Farm, the country’s largest auto insurer, said it was giving policyholders an approximate 25% credit on premiums paid between March 20 and May 31; the credit from the country’s largest auto insurer will be returning $2 billion to policy holders on 40 million vehicles. ***
***Earlier in the week,*** other insurers announced discounts and credits for their customers. The list includes Allstate
and Liberty Mutual, which are issuing 15% refunds on premiums, according to announcements earlier this week. Berkshire Hathaway Inc.’s
Geico insurance said Tuesday it will give a 15% credit as policies come up…