Being a good driver helps you save on your auto insurance. You can take control and receive a discount up to 50% on your auto insurance.
State Farm Drive Safe & Save Overview
State Fram calculate your discount by using your basic information about driving from vehicle’s communication services like Onstar, In-Drive and SYNC. State Farm will request odometer information from the provider of your communication service about 30 days after you sign up for Drive Safe & Save, in certain cases, your driving characteristics will also be requested. How much discount you can get depends on how safe you drive, the safer you drive, the more you can save.
Most customers who enroll in Drive Safe & Save will see a discount. But, premium may increase at a future policy renewal period if you currently receive a discount for low estimated annual mileage (under 7,500 miles annually for personal use) and your vehicle is actually driven more than that. Please contact your State Farm agent if you have further questions or for more information.
Drive Safe & Save is open to all drivers, spotless driving records is not a must. Drivers with less than perfect driving records are eligible for a discount.
Drive Safe & Save only uses your driving information to calculate your discount, so it will not increase your auto premiums.
State Farm Drive Safe & Save Instructions
Enrolling in Drive Safe & Save can help you get a discount up to 50% on your auto insurance.You can enroll in Drive Safe & Save program:
- Visit State Farm Homepage
- Click on Insurance then click on Drive Safe & Save tab on the left side of your screen.
- Select a state in the drop down box.
- Click on “Go” button then “Enroll Now” button.
About State Farm
State Farm Insurance is a group of insurance and financial services companies in the United States and Canada. The group’s main business is State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company, a mutual insurance firm that also owns the other State Farm companies.
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