Can I make a payment online for my auto insurance?

Can I make a payment online for my auto insurance?

Making a payment on my car insurance before it is cancelled.

jerry

Almost every company will take online payments now. The only exception is generally when you have a third-party broker, as the payments go through them.

InTheBoonies

Some insurance companies will let you do it. Just call them and they will tell you if you can and they will give you their web address. Mine did.Source(s):EXPERIENCE

Bearhead

Most companies will let you do this, however if they don't, try using your bank's website to pay them directly. Also, you can try one of the payment portals like paypal or mycheckfree.com to see if they accept payments that way.Source(s):Work in the insurance industry

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