To get a Geico quote online, simply visit Geico’s website. You’ll be able to get quotes for 26 kinds of Geico insurance, including auto, property, life, travel, pet, and business insurance.
How to Get a Geico Online Quote
- Go to www.Geico.com
- Click the button for the insurance type you want
- Click “Start Quote”
- Answer the questions
- Wait for your emailed quote
More Information About How to Get a Geico Online Quote
If you want to get a Geico auto insurance quote online, look for the car symbol at the top of the page, enter your zip code in the box next to it, and click the button labeled “Start Quote.”
You’ll be asked a series of questions, starting with “How can Geico help you today?” Then, you’ll fill in information about yourself, including your age, education, occupation, and any driving violations or accidents in your recent past. You’ll also answer questions about your car, its usage and mileage, and your current insurance, if any. Finally, you will note any other members of your household that need to be on your policy.
Give Geico your email address and you’ll get a quote back from them in about 15 minutes. They will base the quote on your state’s minimum coverages and the information you provide. You will also have the option of going to a “build your own quote” tab if you want to see how changing coverage and deductibles in this baseline policy would affect your premiums.
If you have problems with Geico’s online quote system, or you’d prefer to speak with a representative, you can also get a quote through a local Geico agent or by calling (800) 207-7847. Plus, Geico auto insurance customers can get personalized quotes for other types of insurance through the Geico app.
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