Could you save on your auto insurance this year? Most experts suggest you review your coverage annually to make sure you’re getting the best rate and coverage. Others are saving an average of $711.34 a year through this insurance program!
Signing up is quick and easy; plus, you could take advantage of:
How can this help me?
With this free service, you will receive competitive quotes and special savings to potentially save hundreds of dollars on auto insurance.
Compare your current insurance coverage with offers from top-rated insurance companies. If you like what you hear, you have the option to make the change and put your new coverage into effect on the same call—no extra steps, no hassles, and next-day coverage.
Who is eligible?
When can I enroll?
How much will this coverage cost?
The cost of auto insurance varies by insurance company. Additional cost factors may include the insured’s driving status and state of residence, and the type of vehicle to be insured. A licensed insurance counselor can provide you with an accurate quote based on your situation and apply any discounts you’re eligible for.
What if my employment status changes?
When would my new policy begin?
How do I change my policy?
What do I do if I have a claim?
Am I guaranteed to save on my auto insurance?
Can I save on other coverages?
You can take advantage of this program and you may save on these coverages:
1Savings are not guaranteed for everyone. The $644.24 average reported savings is based on others who reported their prior premium and, through Mercer Voluntary Benefits, switched to several carriers’ auto insurance programs between 2/23/17 and 2/23/19.
2Discounts are not available from all carriers and are only available to those who qualify. Coverages, discounts and billing options are subject to state availability, individual qualification, and/or the insuring company’s underwriting guidelines. Individual savings may vary and are not guaranteed.
DISCLAIMER: These are voluntary benefit plans that Johns Hopkins University makes available to its employees through Mercer Voluntary Benefits. Johns Hopkins University does not contribute to any policy or service offered under the program. For those offerings that involve individual policies, Johns Hopkins University's responsibilities are limited to coordinating payroll deductions for premium payment and your contract for coverage will be with each insurance company or plan provider. For those offerings that involve group coverage, Johns Hopkins University's responsibilities are governed pursuant to the appropriate Master Policy provisions. You are under no obligation to purchase any of the voluntary policies or services offered through this site; you are also free to explore other options including purchase of policies or services directly from an insurance company or provider.