West Virginia Drivers Benefit from State Farm® Auto Insurance Rate Cuts
5.5% Decrease the Second in Two Years
State Farm will cut its auto rates in West Virginia for the second year in a row. As a result, the overall personal auto rate will drop by 5.5 percent. Statewide, customers of the state's largest insurer will realize total savings of approximately $17.7 million.
The effective date for new and renewal business is May 27. The last rate change in West Virginia was a decrease of 3.0 percent in August 2018. Combined, the two auto rate decreases will save West Virginia customers $26.8 million.
“State Farm is very pleased to be able to offer another auto rate decrease in West Virgina,” said State Farm Senior Vice President Chris Schell. “Improving expenses and losses were important factors, among many, that supported our decision to make this rate change."
Overall changes in premiums for individual motorists will vary. Rates depend on a customer’s policy and chosen coverage. Customers can contact their local State Farm agent to discuss their individual situation. Additional opportunities for discounts may apply.
A rate decrease combined with discounts offers exceptional long-term value to State Farm customers.
The mission of State Farm is to help people manage the risks of everyday life, recover from the unexpected, and realize their dreams. State Farm and its affiliates are the largest providers of auto and home insurance in the United States. Its 19,200 agents and 59,000 employees serve approximately 84 million policies and accounts – over 81 million auto, fire, life, health and commercial policies and over 2 million bank and investment planning services accounts. Commercial auto insurance, along with coverage for renters, business owners, boats and motorcycles, is available. State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company is the parent of the State Farm family of companies. State Farm is ranked No. 36 on the 2020 Fortune 500 list of largest companies. For more information, please visit http://www.statefarm.com.