Are you paying too much for auto insurance year after year? By taking advantage of the Choice Auto and Home Insurance Program available to Johns Hopkins University employees, many faculty, staff, and LIUNA bargaining unit members have found they were paying more than necessary. Here are four ways you could be saving money, too:
A faculty, staff, or LIUNA bargaining unit member discount could save you hundreds. You could be eligible for a discount of up to 15%.
See if you can save: call, compare, and decide. With one quick call, you can receive quotes from up to five of America’s top insurance companies. Then compare your current premiums with side-by-side prices, determine the best value, and then switch to a new company if you want—all on the same phone call.
Receive a multipolicy discount. When you contact the Choice Auto and Home Insurance Program, you will find out whether a multipolicy discount or multicar savings are available. This may not only lower your auto insurance; it may lower your homeowners/renters insurance as well.
Save on other coverage. Protect more than just your auto or home. Take advantage of money-saving discounts to cut your insurance bills for almost anything you own:
- Mobile home
- Personal watercraft
- Seasonal home
- Recreational vehicle
- Scheduled personal property (e.g., jewelry and artwork)
- Rental property
- Utility trailer
To get quotes from a licensed representative, visit jhuvoluntarybenefits.com or call 866-795-9362. You’ll speak with a dedicated customer service team for JHU faculty, staff, and LIUNA bargaining unit members. Compare prices and discover your savings. It’s your money; keep more of it.
Alice J. Roden started working for Trending Insurance News at the end of 2021. Alice grew up in Salt Lake City, UT. A writer with a vast insurance industry background Alice has help with several of the biggest insurance companies. Before joining Trending Insurance News, Alice briefly worked as a freelance journalist for several radio stations. She covers home, renters and other property insurance stories.