Auto-Owners' payment options are paying online, by phone, by mail, or using the company smartphone app. Auto-Owners customers can also set up automatic payments, and choosing to pay automatically or up front may even result in discounts in some states.
Ways To Pay Your Auto-Owners Car Insurance Premium
Online using Auto Owners payment portal
By calling 1-800-288-8740
By mailing your payment to Auto-Owners Insurance / PO Box 740312 / Cincinnati, OH 45274-0312
Using the Auto-Owners mobile app
Some of these payment options might not be available in all situations or all states, however. If you have further questions about paying your Auto-Owners premium, you can call 1-800-288-8740.
Yes, Auto-Owners does offer free towing for customers who have the company’s roadside assistance coverage, though the company does not specify a towing mileage limit on its website and says that limits vary by policy. Auto-Owners roadside assistance generally costs about $60 per year. Customers can request Auto-Owners roadside assistance online, or they can call 1-888-869-2642.
No, Auto-Owners does not have a referral program. Even though Auto-Owners doesn't have a referral program that gives policyholders a bonus or discount for referring friends or family members to the company, Auto-Owners does offer many other discounts that can help customers save money on their car insurance.
For more information about how you can save money with Auto-Owners, check out WalletHub's Auto-Owners review.
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