No, Geico does not offer a specific low mileage discount. Geico premiums do take mileage into account, however, as rates are an average of 27% lower for customers who drive 7,500 miles annually than for customers who drive 15,000 miles annually, according to WalletHub data.
Low mileage drivers usually save on their Geico premium because less time on the road means a smaller chance of filing a claim. Besides offering lower premiums for low mileage drivers, Geico offers good student, good driver and defensive driving discounts, among others.
It’s also worth noting that Geico has a usage-based insurance program called DriveEasy, which can help low mileage drivers save money. DriveEasy tracks mileage and other driving habits, saving policyholders up to 20%.
To learn more, check out WalletHub’s guide to Geico discounts.
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