Yes, Progressive insurance is available in Hawaii. Progressive's liability car insurance coverage costs about $114 per month in Hawaii, on average, though rates vary based on a customer's personal factors, such as their zip code, official driving record, any discounts they qualify for, and their chosen coverage options.
Residents of Hawaii can purchase Progressive insurance online, by phone, and from local independent agents in Hilo and Honolulu. Most agents offering Progressive auto insurance are in Honolulu, but two businesses located in Hilo, Hawaii – Finance Insurance Limited and Business Insurance Services – offer coverage from Progressive as well.
Progressive Insurance Agents in Honolulu, Hawaii
- Jerry Hay, Inc.
- ACW Group, LLC - Insurance & Bonding
- Cavanah Associates, Inc.
- Insurance Associates Inc.
- Insurance Factors
- Premier Insurance Agency
- Pyramid Insurance Centre, Ltd.
- Business Insurance Services, Inc.
- Atlas Insurance Agency
- Hawaii Insurance Services
- David Chen Insurance Agency Inc.
- Finance Insurance, Ltd.
- Insurance Agency Hawaii LLC
- Mutual House
In addition to Progressive, seven of the top 10 major insurance companies offer car insurance in Hawaii: State Farm, Geico, Allstate, USAA, Liberty Mutual, Farmers, and Travelers. However, two of the top 10 companies, Nationwide and American Family, do not offer auto insurance in Hawaii.
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