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Free American Family Auto/Car Insurance Quote

You can obtain a free American Family auto insurance quote on their website, over the phone, or in-person at a local agent’s office (click here to search for agents in your area). An overview of the various auto policies (and their specific coverages/levels of protection) can be viewed on this page. The instructions below details how to receive a rate quote online.

How to Get a Quote

Step 1 – The easiest way to begin the online quote process is to go to the homepage (click the button at the top of this page).

Step 2 – Once on the homepage, select ‘Auto’ from the drop-down list outlined in the screenshot below (if it has not already been selected).


Step 3 – Enter your ZIP code, and then click ‘Go.’

Note: Auto policies are only available to motorists in certain states/regions. 



Step 3 – You will be transferred to the five-step quote form. On the first page, enter your first/last name, address, city, state, ZIP, date of birth, phone number, and email. Press the ‘I Agree – Start Quote’ button at the bottom of the form. 



Step 4 – On the next page, you will select your type of vehicle. Click the ‘Add Vehicle’ button to add another vehicle.

Note: Press ‘Next’ at the bottom of each page to move on to the next section.



Step 5 – In the remaining sections you will enter various household information, and verify any discounts you may qualify for. At the end of the process you will be presented with your custom rate, with options to contact an agent/purchase a policy.

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