You cannot get a Kemper affiliation discount, since Kemper does not offer discounts for members of affiliated companies or organizations, as some other insurance companies do. You can still save on a Kemper car insurance policy with other discounts, however, such as the good student discount, military discount, or defensive driving course discount.
If your organization is affiliated with a specific insurer, you may want to consider switching to that insurance company. If not, the best way to find car insurance savings is to compare multiple quotes in order to identify the cheapest policy for your needs.
No, Kemper does not offer a military discount to its customers. Some auto insurance companies, including six of the top 10 providers, do offer discounts that are exclusively available to members of the military community and their eligible family members, but Kemper isn’t one of them.
While Kemper does not offer a military discount, specifically, the company does offer a wide variety of other discounts that can help drivers save money. To learn more, check out WalletHub’s … read full answerKemper review.
Kemper’s payment options are debit cards, credit cards, and checking or savings accounts. Kemper customers can also set up automatic payments using a debit card, a credit card from Discover, Visa, Mastercard, or American Express, or a bank account with Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT). Kemper customers have the option of paying premiums in one lump sum or in semi-annual, quarterly, and monthly payment options. Choosing to pay up front may even result in discounts in some states.… read full answer
Ways To Pay Your Kemper Car Insurance Premium
Online using Kemper's payment portal
By calling 1-800-437-8394
By mailing a check to Kemper Direct / PO Box 660421 / Dallas, TX 75266-0421
Using the Kemper 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 Kemper premium, you can call 1-800-437-8394.
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