Lilah Butler, Car Insurance Writer
Yes, Allstate offers non-owner car insurance for people who do not have access to a household car. Allstate non-owner car insurance is a good investment for drivers who frequently borrow or rent cars, or those who need to file an SR-22 or FR-44 with their state to prove they have insurance. A non-owner policy from Allstate typically costs around $638 per year.
When to Consider Allstate Non-Owner Car Insurance
- You rent cars regularly.
- You frequently use car-sharing services such as Zipcar.
- You need to reinstate your license.
- You need to file an SR-22/FR-44 form despite not owning a car.
- You want to maintain continuous coverage to prevent future premium increases.
Some non-owner policies provide liability-only insurance, while others include personal injury protection, MedPay and/or uninsured motorist coverage. When shopping for non-owner car insurance quotes, be sure to check the coverage options that are available in your state.
Allstate does not provide non-owner quotes online, so you'll have to call 1 (877) 255-7828 to find out how much non-owner insurance would cost for your particular circumstances.
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