CARSON CITY – “Stay Home for Nevada” has a silver lining for some Nevadans in the form of auto insurance premium refunds. Fewer cars on the road during shelter-in-place orders has led to fewer claims being paid by insurers.
The Nevada Division of Insurance has reviewed and approved recent requests from auto insurance companies to provide premium refund credits, checks, dividends, and similar measures to customers.
Consumers whose insurance companies are currently participating will be notified directly by their insurance company. They do not need to take any action to receive such relief.
The Division is encouraging more insurance companies to consider taking this step to help Nevadans during this difficult time.
Consumers who have questions about premium relief refunds are encouraged to contact their insurance company first. If they have additional questions, they may contact the Division by emailing email@example.com.