As an associate, you are eligible for a discount on auto insurance through Nationwide or Allied. This discount is available in most states, but not all, so make sure to ask your agent about it.
Plus, you may want to consider these optional coverages:
Accident Forgiveness – Accidents are hard enough. Avoid a rate increase following the first at-fault accident on your policy.
Rental Car Reimbursement – While your car is in the repair shop after a covered accident, you'll have access to a rental car or other transportation. Without it, you'll need to find another way to work, the store or around town.
Roadside Assistance – 24/7 emergency help if you need fuel delivery, a tire change, a jumpstart or a tow. All of your vehicles and drivers are covered, even when they are passengers in someone else's vehicle.
Vanishing Deductible® – For every year of safe driving, Nationwide will reduce your deductible by $100. And, it could vanish completely!
Nationwide Auto offers many auto insurance coverage options to protect you, your car and others. So you can choose the auto coverage that’s right for you.
Auto insurance coverage options to protect your car include: comprehensive coverage, collision coverage, towing and labor, gap coverage and car rental reimbursement.
Additional coverages to protect you and other people include: injury and property damage, medical expenses, family compensation, uninsured and underinsured drivers, personal injury and no fault protection.
Get a free On Your Side® Review
In addition to your associate discount, take advantage of the free On Your Side Review to make sure you are getting all the discounts you deserve. Nationwide offers many other discounts to help you save money including:
Multi-car insurance discount
Advanced quote discount
Stack your discounts
Save even more as a member of your Farm Bureau. You can stack your associate discount on your Farm Bureau discount for substantial savings. This applies to California, Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Vermont and West Virginia.
Nationwide and the Ohio Farm Bureau go all the way back to 1925, when the Farm Bureau started an auto insurance company and issued its first policy in 1926. Eventually, they renamed themselves Nationwide Insurance. For more on this history, visit our archives.