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Free Meemic Insurance Quote

You can get a free Meemic Insurance quote online, over the phone (855-240-5576), or by getting in touch with a local agent (click here to find an agent near you – link opens in a new tab/window). Use the instructions posted below to learn how to use the online quote tool on the Meemic website to get a free rate for an auto, home, umbrella, or boat policy.

Note: Only qualified applicants can purchase a policy through Meemic. Applicants must be employed by a public, private, or charter school (and work within an educational capacity – i.e. be a teacher or staff member).

How to Get a Quote

Step 1 – Start by going to the homepage (click here or press the link at the top of this page).

Step 2 – Select the type of insurance you want to receive a quote for from the drop-down list, enter your ZIP code and then press the start button.


Step 3 – Select whether or not you are a current member and then press the next button.

Step 4 – Select whether you or anyone in your household is a teacher or works in an educational setting.


Step 5 – Complete the “Member Info” section of the form. Enter the following information:

  • First name
  • Last name
  • Address
  • Date of birth
  • Email address
  • Phone number
  • Occupation


Step 6 – Click the “Yes, pre-fill my information” button or the “No thanks, I’ll give you my information” button to go to the next step.


Step 7 – Enter the required information in each remaining step to receive your custom quote.

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