Two Auto Insurance Companies Announce They’ll Be Returning Premiums
Since more people are social distancing and quarantining, fewer people are driving.
CNN reports that two auto insurance companies will be giving back money to their customers. The two companies combined will return roughly $800 million because people are driving less due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Allstate and American Family Insurance are the two auto insurers that will be returning premiums to customers. According to CNN, Allstate will return approximately 15% of premiums paid by customers in April and May. This will be a total of nearly $600 million. These payments will go to all U.S. and Canadian customers with personal auto insurance. Even if you are driving less or not, you will be getting money back.
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