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You can get the Multi-Car discount when you insure one or more car(s) on your Infinity auto insurance policy, and save up to 38 percent.
The Safe Driver discount can save you up to 25 percent for having a good driving record and, of course, no accidents.
The Paid-in-Full discount will save you up to 15 percent if you pay your insurance premium in one lump sum.
The Electronic Payment discount can save you dollars by simply switching to an automatic payment method. Plus, going paperless can help the environment!
Finally, the Switch & Save discount can save you 15 percent simply by switching your auto insurance policy to be with Infinity Insurance.
Infinity DriverClub Roadside Assistance
Infinity DriverClub is a special offer that grants you access to 24/7 nationwide roadside assistance. Whether you’re out of gas, locked out of your car, have a flat tire or dead battery, DriverClub benefits will make sure you get back on the road. Membership is free, but you pay for assistance as needed.
The DriverClub is a free service that uses a nationwide network of service providers to get you roadside service at pre-negotiated low rates. While you still pay for roadside assistance, DriverClub gets you access to approved providers.
Roadside Services Covered
Contact Phone Number
Please call our hotline at 1-800-367-3836 if you have a non-accident disablement.
Infinity Mobile app lets you manage your auto insurance policy on the go. With the app, you can easily make payments, view and track your claims, find repair shops, and view your insurance ID cards. To download the app for iPhone or Android, click here.
Infinity Insurance was founded in 1955 in Anniston, Alabama. At the time, it was known as the Dixie Insurance Company. Fast forward to 1991, and Pennsylvania Company buys the Infinity Group. It was not until 2002 that the company’s named officially changed to Infinity Property and Casualty Corporation, when the American Financial Group transfers all common stock of Infinity and its sister companies. In 2003, the company officially went into public offering on NASDAQ.
To file a claim with Infinity, click here.
Once you file a claim, you’ll be assigned an Infinity Claims representative to handle the rest of the process. The rep may be assisted by an appraiser as well. You’ll be assigned a claim number to help keep track of your current and any future claims.