How do you get money back from your car insurance because of the coronavirus?

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With fewer people on the road and fewer accidents, a number of major auto insurance companies are giving money back to customers.

In these days of shelter in place, the roads are deserted compared to normal. That means less chance of car accidents.

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You may have heard that many of the major auto insurance companies give money back to their customers. Repayments range from 15 to 25% of the premiums.

There is some fine print though, so check with your individual carrier.

Here’s what some of the bigger companies offer:

  • all state: Customers get an average of 15% in April and May and that money is immediately refunded to the account or card used for the payment
  • farmers: Reduction of car insurance premiums in April by 25% and cancellation of cancellations until May 1st
  • Geico: Gives customers 15% back if they renew their policy between April 8 and October 7. For example, a $1,000 policy that renews for six months will receive a $150 credit
  • Liberty Mutual: From April 7, customers will receive a 15% refund over two months of premium based on their premium. This refund is automatic.
  • Progressive: Offers 20% credits for everyone with an active car policy in April and May, and can extend the credits into future months
  • state farm: Customers receive an average of 25% policy credit for March 20 through May 31. These credits are already settled on their account in June
  • USA: Every customer with a car policy from March 31 will receive 20% credit on two months of premium

Unemployment Updates

If you’re one of the many who are on endless hold trying to reach the Texas Workforce Commission by phone, hopefully seven will be a really lucky number. Starting Monday, TWC will extend call center hours to seven days a week, 7am to 7pm

If you recently tried to become unemployed but were rejected because you didn’t have enough income in what they call the “base period,” you may be eligible for benefits.

For this week, TWC looked at your pay for part of 2018 and part of 2019. Now that we have completed a quarter of 2020, the agency has just switched to only look at your salary for 2019 when determining eligibility.

So if you have recently been rejected because of the base salary, you may benefit from applying again.

And remember, if you’ve filed for unemployment with the TWC, starting on Sunday, they’ll start scanning everyone who’s applied to see if they qualify for the $600-a-week federal unemployment benefit.

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