To get a MetLife affiliation discount, you must work for an affiliated employer or be a member of an affiliated group, like a credit union, professional organization, or union. Eligible organizations include the Affiliated Workers Association and GE Credit Union, though discounts may vary by organization and state.
Examples of Groups Eligible for MetLife Affiliation Discounts
Affiliated Workers Association
American Massage Therapy Association
American Postal Workers Union
GE Credit Union
Teamsters Local 1932
Union members and their families through UnionPlus
This list is not exhaustive, since MetLife Insurance does not publish its complete list of associated groups and professions. To see if you’re eligible, you can call MetLife at 1-800-422-4272.
Yes, Geico does offer liability car insurance. Geico liability car insurance is available in 50 states, costs an average of $42 per month ($506 annually), and pays for other drivers’ injuries and property damage if you are at fault for an accident. Geico also offers other major types of car insurance such as comprehensive and collision coverage. … read full answer
Cost of Geico Liability Car Insurance
Average Monthly Premium
Note: This is a sample of premiums from some of the states where Geico liability car insurance is available.
In addition to auto liability insurance, Geico offers other personal and commercial types of liability coverage.
Yes, State Farm does offer liability car insurance. State Farm liability car insurance is available in 50 states, costs an average of $77 per month ($919 annually), and pays for other drivers’ injuries and property damage if you are at fault for an accident. State Farm also offers other major types of car insurance such as collision coverage and roadside assistance. … read full answer
Cost of State Farm Liability Car Insurance
Average Monthly Premium
Note: This is a sample of premiums from some of the states where State Farm liability car insurance is available.
In addition to auto liability insurance, State Farm offers other personal and commercial types of liability coverage.
Types of Liability Insurance Offered by State Farm
You get up to 5 tows per year with Allstate, depending on the roadside assistance plan you choose and the number of people you add. Allstate offers two roadside assistance plans, the Roadside Advantage plan, which costs less than $8 per month, and the Roadside Elite plan, which is less than $14 per month. Roadside coverage with Allstate can also be included as an add-on to your insurance policy for $25+ per year, in which case you get unlimited tows.… read full answer
You can use your Allstate roadside assistance service calls for more than just towing, too. Allstate also offers other services like jump starts, fuel delivery, tire changes, lockout services, and trip-interruption compensation.
Allstate Motor Club Towing Limits
Free Tows per Year
Allstate Roadside Advantage
3 to 5 tows
10 miles per tow
Allstate Roadside Elite
4 to 7 tows
100 miles per tow
Reimbursement up to $100+ per tow
*With the insurance add-on, the number of tows, coverage for tows, and other roadside assistance services can vary by state.
If you are in immediate need of assistance, you can use Allstate’s online portal or call 1-877-597-3393. Alternatively, use this page to request Allstate assistance if you are not a member.
If you do not have a roadside assistance membership or you’ve already used your allotted tows, you will need to pay out of pocket for assistance. The non-member price is $119 for a tow of 5 miles or less and an extra $5.00 for every mile above 5 miles.
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