Dairyland Insurance Review
Dairyland is rated 2.3/5 by WalletHub’s editors, based on customer reviews, sample insurance quotes, and ratings from organizations such as the Better Business Bureau (BBB). The company scored poorly in types of insurance it offers, the number of discounts available, customer service, and financial stability.
Some Dairyland reviews from consumers highlight the company’s decent claims process, but complaints focus on expensive premiums and poor customer service. Also, the Dairyland NAIC rating is 2.52, which means it has received many more complaints than the average car insurance provider its size.
Dairyland Insurance Ratings
- Reviews on WalletHub: 4.1/5
- NAIC: 2.52
- BBB: A+
- AM Best: A+
Dairyland Auto Insurance Review Highlights
Rank — The most expensive quartile among major car insurance companies in terms of price, according to WalletHub's research.
Top Discounts — Multi-car, transfer (for switching to Dairyland after being insured with another company for 6+ months), and advanced quote (for getting a quote at least one week before the day you need an active policy) discounts.
Basic Coverage Options — Bodily injury liability, property damage liability, medical payments, and uninsured/underinsured motorist. You can add comprehensive and collision coverage, too.
Extra Coverage Options — Rental reimbursement, roadside service, and special equipment protection.
Other Specialty Auto Insurance — Motorcycle insurance and non-owner auto insurance.
To help drivers better understand how much Dairyland car insurance costs, WalletHub’s editors obtained sample Dairyland auto insurance quotes for a mix of driver profiles varying in age and driving record. You can learn more about these sample quotes in the Methodology section of our full Dairyland insurance review.
Dairyland Auto Insurance Quotes
$341 per month
$178 per month
$92 per month
45-Year-Old with a Speeding Ticket
$118 per month
45-Year-Old with DUI
$93 per month
$87 per month
$89 per month
Dairyland is one of the most expensive car insurance companies, ranking in the bottom quartile in terms of price in WalletHub’s comparison of major car insurance companies.
Dairyland Home Insurance
Dairyland does not offer homeowners insurance or renters insurance.
Bottom Line: Is Dairyland Insurance a Good Company?
Yes, Dairyland is a good insurance company for high-risk drivers who have a hard time getting coverage from big-name auto insurance providers. Overall, however, WalletHub’s editors gave Dairyland a rating of 2.3/5 due to its lack of discounts, poor customer service, expensive rates, and limited availability.
Dairyland only offers coverage for cars and motorcycles, for example, and its insurance policies are only available in 37 states. You cannot get Dairyland insurance in Washington D.C. or these states: Alabama, Alaska, Hawaii, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, Montana, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Dakota, Oklahoma, and Rhode Island.
To learn more, read WalletHub’s complete Dairyland insurance review, or check out some of the reviews from fellow consumers below.