Free Horace Mann Auto Insurance Quote

Educators who are interested in purchasing a Horace Mann auto insurance policy can request a free rate quote via the form on the Horace Mann website (instructions provided in the below section). Coverages vary from state to state, however liability, uninsured/underinsured, medical payments, PIP (personal injury protection), collision, and comprehensive are available in most states. Emergency road service and rental reimbursement are available as add-on features.  Qualifying customers can receive discounts for being an educator, having multiple policies or vehicles, being an educator at a qualifying member school, or being a new customer. Learn more about the products and services available in your state by going to the main auto insurance page here (link will open in a new tab or window).

How to Get a Quote

Step 1 – Start by going to the homepage (

Note: You can also click the link at the top of this page to load the homepage in the same browser window. 

Step 2 – Select ‘Auto’ from the drop-down list on the right side of the page. You will be taken to the request form.


Step 3 – Select whether you are an educator, or a current customer.


Step 4 – Enter the ZIP code of your school district. After entering your ZIP code, the form will automatically load agent contact details on the right side of the page, as well as a drop-down list that you will use to select which school that you work in. Click ‘Next’ after choosing your school from the list.


Step 5 – Choose between entering detailed information in order to receive a direct quote from an agent, or only entering general details (an agent will call you to complete the quote process).


Step 6 – Enter your first name, last name, address, SSN, email address, phone number, and occupation.

Note: Click ‘Next’ or ‘Back’ to go to the next/previous step of the form.


Step 7 – In the remaining steps you will enter driver details, vehicle information, provide any additional comments for the agent, and then review/submit the form.