While Nebraska currently does not have a “stay at home” order, there are directed health measures as ordered by Governor Pete Rickets. Many businesses in the Omaha area have closed their doors to the public, and several offices have transitioned their employees to work from home. What this means is that there’s a lot less driving on Omaha roads. 

The financial impact has been felt across the country, and millions of Americans have lost their jobs due to the coronavirus. In an effort to help, auto insurance companies are stepping up and offering their policy holders discounts to provide some financial relief. 

In addition to offering discounts and refunds, many insurance companies are also relaxing payment terms, and some are adding free coverages for identity theft, delivery services, and other needs. 

Insurance Journal has compiled a list of insurers and a summary of their discounts and other offerings to date. 

We are proud to partner with dozens of insurance providers to best meet the differing needs of each of our customers. As a small local business, we understand the concerns in the Omaha community. We are here to Protect Your Good Life.