According to WGME, many insurance companies are stepping up and voluntarily refunding or crediting Maine drivers for part of their insurance costs.

Maine's stay-at-home order means that there are far less cars on the road and a lot less car accidents. As a result, many insurance companies are making premium adjustments or issuing credits or refunds.

Check with your insurance carrier to see if you have savings coming. In most cases, you don't have to take any action to receive benefits or adjustments.

Here are some of the car insurance carriers who are hooking up Mainers:

  • Geico
  • Hanover
  • Nationwide
  • Liberty Mutual
  • Union Mutual
  • Progressive
  • AAA New England
  • State Farm
  • Farmer's Insurance
  • Allstate

Go to your insurance carrier's website for details on how they are responding to the COVID-19 crisis and crediting you in some way for the savings that they are experiencing through fewer crashes.

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