According to the National Association of Insurance Commissioners, fourteen states (Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Kentucky, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Texas and Washington) require insurers to give car owners discounts on their comprehensive insurance for anti-theft devices. Some states have very specific rules, while others, such as New York, where insurers are required to provide discounts if exposure to loss is reduced by using an anti-theft device, do not detail the amount of the discount or specify types of devices covered.
Anti-theft discounts of the premium paid are available for vehicles with various types of qualifying anti-theft devices. Your insurance company or agent can provide you with a list of the qualifying anti-theft devices and the corresponding discounts available. We want to be sure that you receive the full discount on the comprehensive portion of your automotive insurance policy that you are entitled. Please immediately contact your insurance agent and request a 'Anti-Theft Device Discount Certification Form for a Category III Device' and complete the form and return it via USPS Certified Mail along with a copy of the 'Product Information' page from our website.