While we shelter in place and work from home, Texans are driving far less during the COVID-19 crisis. This means fewer miles traveled and less congested roads, which adds up to less risk for the insurance companies. Less risk should mean lower auto rates for all of us during this time. Some companies are offering rate relief, and it is a good idea to call your company to ask for a reduction in your auto insurance bill if you are driving less. But we need the Texas Department of Insurance to review all auto insurance rates right now to make sure no family is overpaying for their coverage.
Take one minute to tell the Texas Department of Insurance to review auto rates across our state without delay and order reductions wherever warranted. Every dollar saved on your insurance is a dollar that can go toward putting food on your table for your family.