Yes, Progressive offers gap insurance for about $5 per month, on average. If your car is totaled, Progressive's gap insurance, also called loan/lease payoff coverage, covers the difference between your loan balance and what your car is worth, minus your deductible. Progressive gap insurance will pay as much as 25% more than your car’s depreciated value.
Let’s say you finance $30,000 for a new car, which is now worth $20,000. You total your car and find that you still owe $25,000 on the loan. Full coverage only pays up to your car’s depreciated value—$20,000. That leaves you with a $5,000 difference. If you carry gap insurance, Progressive will pay the complete $25,000 balance, minus your deductible (usually $500 or $1,000).
You might consider Progressive gap insurance if there is a significant difference between your car’s actual cash value and what you owe on a loan used to get it. In particular, if you just bought a new car (especially with a low down payment) or are financing a vehicle for more than 48 months, you might want gap insurance. You must carry comprehensive and collision coverage to add gap insurance to a Progressive policy.