UPDATED: Mar 13, 2020
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If you’re filing an insurance claim or a DMV report, then you may need to reference the National Association of Insurance Commissioners number, also known as the NAIC number.
NAIC, found online at NAIC.org, is a commission of insurance companies across the United States. Companies like GEICO and 21st Century Insurance are members of NAIC, as are most other major car insurance companies.
Finding your NAIC number is easy when you know where to look. Today, we’re explaining how you can find the NAIC number for your car insurance company.
How to Find your Company’s NAIC Number
Google Search [Your Car Insurance Company NAIC Number]
The easiest way to find your NAIC number is to use Google. Type [GEICO NAIC number] into Google, for example, to get the NAIC number for GEICO.
For larger car insurance companies, you might find multiple NAIC numbers. 21st Century Insurance, for example, has 12 different NAIC numbers, with one number for each of its member companies. There’s a different NAIC number for 21st Century Auto Insurance Company of New Jersey, for example, and for 21st Century Pacific Insurance Company. Pick the NAIC number that corresponds with your own insurance company.
Check your Vehicle’s Proof of Insurance Card
Or, you can go to your vehicle and find your proof of insurance card. This card will typically show the NAIC number for your insurance company.
Read your Declarations Page
The number can also be found on the declarations page of your auto insurance policy.
Another way to find the NAIC number of your car insurance company is to visit NAIC.org. The website, which is surprisingly dated, features a search box. Type your company name into that search box, select the business type, then click “Find a Company”.
As mentioned above, you might see multiple NAIC numbers associated with a specific insurance company. A search for GEICO, for example, will return multiple insurance companies, including GEICO Advantage Ins Co (NAIC # 14138), GEICO Secure Ins Co (NAIC # 14137), and Government Employees Ins Co (NAIC # 22063).
Keep in mind that NAIC covers all types of insurance policies, including property insurance, business insurance, and car insurance, among others. Make sure you choose the company and the NAIC number that corresponds to your auto insurance policy.
Call Your Insurance Company
Alternatively, you can contact your car insurance company and ask what their NAIC number is.
What is a NAIC Number?
NAIC stands for the National Association of Insurance Commissioners. This is an industry organization created to develop uniform insurance regulations across different companies. The goal of NAIC is to promote competition within the industry while creating a fair environment for insurance policyholders and insurance policy providers.
Each member of NAIC has a code. This code shows that the company is affiliated with NAIC.
NAIC Numbers for Major Insurance Companies
NAIC numbers can vary between companies. GEICO has multiple NAIC numbers for different states and regions, for example, as do most insurance companies. Make sure you double-check NAIC.org (or your own proof of insurance card) before you use the numbers below.
- 21st Century Advantage Insurance Company: NAIC # 25232
- Allstate Insurance Company: NAIC # 19232
- Erie Insurance: NAIC # 26263
- Esurance: NAIC # 25712
- Farmers Insurance Exchange: NAIC # 21652
- Federal Insurance Company: NAIC # 20281
- First Liberty Insurance Corporation: NAIC # #3588
- GEICO General Insurance Company: NAIC # 35882
- Government Employees Insurance Company: NAIC # 22063
- Liberty Mutual Insurance Company: NAIC # 23043
- Nationwide General Insurance Company: NAIC # 23760
- Progressive Northwestern Insurance Company: NAIC # 42919
- USAA General Indemnity Company: NAIC # 18600
Again, check NAIC.org or your insurance card to confirm your company’s NAIC number. Numbers can vary widely between regions, and different insurance companies have different numbers for different regions.
You may need to reference the NAIC number when filing a report with your state’s DMV or filing an insurance claim. You can find your NAIC number on your proof of insurance card, on your car insurance declarations page, or on NAIC.org.