Several GEICO payment options are available to policyholders, including paying by mail, by phone, or through the GEICO website or mobile app. With GEICO auto insurance, you also can choose how often you pay. You can make a lump-sum payment to cover the entire six-month policy period – GEICO doesn’t offer full-year policies. Depending on your state, you could also choose to pay for a six-month policy in two to six separate installments.
Paying the policy premium in full upfront is the least expensive option, because GEICO charges fees for installment payments. These fees vary by state and plan, but average about $5 per payment. However, GEICO reduces these fees if you set up automatic deductions from a bank account, saving you up to $36 a year.
You can change your payment method or timing anytime by calling GEICO customer service at (800) 932-8872.
GEICO Payment Options:
Mail a check or money order to:GEICO Insurance Remittance Center One GEICO Plaza, Bethesda, MD 20810-0001
Call (800) 932-8872 to reach GEICO’s toll-free automated phone system for 24/7 payments by debit/credit card or checking account.
- Submit an electronic payment on geico.com or through the GEICO mobile app, using a debit/credit card or by linking a checking account. Choose a one-time payment or schedule recurring payments.
Note that these payment options apply to GEICO auto, motorcycle and commercial auto policies only. Other types of insurance, such as homeowner’s or business insurance, are sold through GEICO Insurance Agency on behalf of partner companies. GEICO provides payment information for these policies on its Payments website page.
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