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Free Erie Auto Insurance Quote

Erie auto insurance quotes are available for free on the website as well as over the phone (by contacting a local agent, or calling the main customer service line at 1-800-458-0811 ext. 4). A complete overview of the various plan types, specific coverages, and other policy details can be viewed on this page. The guide below details how to obtain a free quote via the Erie website.

How to Get a Quote

Step 1 – Start by going to the homepage (press the ‘Quote’ button at the top of the page to load the homepage in a new tab).

Step 2 – Enter your ZIP code into the input field on the right side of the page, as outlined in the screenshot below.


Step 3 – You will be transferred to the five-step rate submission form. In the first section, enter your first name, last name, date of birth, street address, ZIP code, city, and state.

Note: Click the ‘Continue’ button at the bottom of each step to move on to the next section of the form. 


Step 4 – After the first section (‘About You’), there will be four more steps to complete (2. ‘Vehicles’ 3. ‘Drivers’ 4. ‘Final Details’ 5. ‘Your Quote’). After submitting your information and viewing your custom quote details, a licensed Erie agent will contact you (via phone or email) to review your rate as well as go over other policy options.

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