How Long Does It Take to Get an Auto Insurance Quote?


How Long Does It Take to Get an Auto Insurance Quote?


How Long Does It Take to Get an Auto Insurance Quote?


Here’s the insurance quote process in a nutshell:

  • You can get a quote over the phone in about five minutes.
  • You can request a quote anytime through Farmers.com.
  • All Farmers quotes are provided by licensed agents.
  • It’s a good idea to have your driver’s license number ready.


Q: I don’t have a lot of time to spend getting auto insurance quotes. Frankly, it seems like a hassle. How long does it take to get a quote?


As a Farmers Insurance® agent in Springfield, Missouri, Marcus Troup provides auto insurance quotes to drivers every day.

A:  When you call my office, I can provide a quote in five minutes or less. We have a standard set of questions that we ask. Once I put your responses in our system, it generates a quote in about 30 seconds — it really is that quick.

You can also get a quote online at Farmers.com. Our system will automatically route your request to a Farmers agent close to you. 

To get started, all we need is some basic information, such as: your driver’s license number and the make, model and year of the car you want to insure.

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