This is an iconIncentives for AARP members
This is an iconSpecialized coverages and discounts tailored to seniors
This is an iconStrong financial strength with the ability to pay claims


This is an iconHigher-than-average customer complaints compared to the national average
This is an iconA low score in customer satisfaction via Consumer Affairs
This is an iconRates are high compared to competitors
This is an iconOnly offered to people older than 50

AARP Auto Insurance targets seniors, 50 years and older and provides more perks to AARP members than to non-members. While the company offers unique coverages tailored to the senior population, the rates are typically higher than other car insurance companies. For those on a budget, you might find that AARP Auto Insurance may not be the best fit for your auto insurance needs.

How Does AARP Auto Insurance Rate?

Insurance companies like AARP Auto Insurance/The Hartford are rated by outlets such as J.D. Power, AM Best and the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC). Each company focuses on different parts of the insurance business, including customer satisfaction, different experiences by agents or consumers and financial strength. AARP Auto Insurance ranks as average in most categories but higher in financial strength than competitors do. When choosing an insurance company, you should weigh their ratings and compare the auto quotes you receive to determine what factors are most important to you before you make a decision.

Customer Satisfaction Rating

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Customer satisfaction is not just dealing with service-related questions or billing issues. For many consumers, how a company handles its claims experience is one of the most important factors when deciding who to trust.

Customer Complaint Ratio


The customer complaint ratio is calculated by the NAIC using a national median of 1 to compare all car insurance companies. AARP Auto Insurance has a rating of 1.93, which is almost twice the national average. This means they get almost twice as many customer complaints compared to other auto insurance competitors. They also have slightly less than a 2-star review on Consumer Affairs, mainly due to billing issues or rate adjustments.

Financial Strength

The greater a company’s financial strength, the more likely they are able to meet their obligations, like paying customer claims. AM Best's Financial Strength Rating may not be a guarantee or warranty of a company's longevity, but it can provide peace of mind that if you have to make a claim against the auto insurance company, they’ll be able to pay. AARP Auto Insurance received an A+ Superior rating for several years in a row.


AARP Insurance Features

Seniors can expect exclusive features that set AARP Auto Insurance apart from their competitors. Coverages like lifetime renewability, auto rate protection and new car replacement are just some of the features policyholders can purchase. Customers who choose AARP Auto Insurance can save even more by bundling their auto and homeowner’s insurance policies together.

  • Type of Feature
  • Calculators
    This feature will help you determine how much coverage you need based on your own personal household.
  • Online Price Quotes
    Use the online quoting tool to get a car insurance quote anytime.
  • Online Claims
    File claims online, whether you’re a policyholder or not, and find repair and glass shops in your area.
  • Mobile App
    For Apple and Android devices — use the app the same way you can use the online customer service center.

AARP Auto Coverage

Like other auto insurance companies, AARP Auto Insurance offers standard car coverages you’ve come to expect: liability, uninsured motorist, comprehensive, and collision. Learn more about these important coverages that protect both you and your vehicle after an accident.

  • Type of Coverage
  • Collision
    If your at-fault in an accident and your car is damaged, this coverage will pay (less your deductible) to fix your car or pay the book value if it’s totaled after a covered accident.
  • Personal Injury Protection
    Not offered in every state. This no-fault injury coverage helps to pay the same benefits as medical payments but also includes lost wages if you have to miss work due to being injured in a car accident.
  • Uninsured
    This coverage protects you if you are injured or if there is damage done to your vehicle and the other person doesn’t have insurance or enough coverage.
  • Liability
    This coverage protects the other person if you are at-fault in an accident and cause injuries or property damage.

Optional Insurance Features and Coverage

AARP Auto Insurance offers optional coverages to help meet its customers’ needs. This includes full glass coverage, towing, and rental car reimbursement. To cater to the elderly demographic, they also offer the AARP Auto Insurance Advantage Program, which has six bundled features and the Advantage Plus program which includes those features plus five additional benefits.

  • Type of Option
  • Rental Reimbursement
    If your car is in the shop due to a covered accident, you’ll be able to get a rental car to get around until your car is fixed.
  • Roadside Assistance
    If your vehicle breaks down or needs to be towed after an accident, call in for a tow.
  • Accident Forgiveness
    Keeping a clean claims history has its advantages with this feature. If you haven’t had an accident in five years, you’re eligible for this benefit, which means your first at-fault accident is forgiven and you won’t receive a surcharge.
  • Auto Glass Repair
    If you have a glass claim, this coverage will pay the costs in full.
  • New Car
    Purchased a brand-new car only to have it totaled in the first 15-months or before you’ve reached 15,000 miles? This feature will replace the car with a year newer model, without depreciation.

Available Discounts on AARP Car Insurance Coverage

Discounts are always able to be bundled together so auto insurance customers can get the maximum benefit on their car insurance policies. Check out the table below for all the available discounts for AARP Auto Insurance.

  • Type of Discount
  • Defensive Driver
    Receive a certificate from a defensive driving course and get a discount for three years.
  • Driver Training
    Taking approved training courses can help drivers of all ages on the policy save money on the premium costs.
  • Good Student
    High school, vocational and college students ages 16 to 25 can get this discount with a “B” GPA or above.
  • Anti Theft
    Keeping your car safe means saving money, so features like car alarms, anti-theft devices, and location trackers can reduce your premium.
  • Multi Policy
    If you have a home, condo, or rent, you can save 5% on your auto insurance and up to 20% on the home policy by insuring them both with The Hartford.

Other AARP Insurance Products

For many people, bundling makes sense and saves money. This isn’t true for everyone, so it’s always a good idea to get quotes from different companies who offer both one or the other and both auto and homeowners to review and compare. This way, you’ll know if you’re getting the best deal while still having all the coverage you need. AARP Auto Insurance offers different types of coverage to be a one-stop-shop for all your insurance needs.

  • Type of Product
  • Homeowners Insurance
    This coverage is for those who own their home and need to protect the building, contents and liability.
  • Renters Insurance
    Condo owners need coverage for their contents as well as improvements and betterments to their property.
  • Umbrella Insurance
    As the name suggests, umbrella insurance covers your liability over and above your auto and homeowner’s insurance.
  • Condo Insurance
    Condo owners need coverage for their contents as well as improvements and betterments to their property.
  • Flood Insurance
    For flood damage.

How to Make a Car Insurance Claim With AARP

Customers and non-policyholders can file a claim online with AARP Auto Insurance. If you’d rather call, the claims phone number is listed below. Be ready to provide some information when you file the claim: your name, policy number, vehicle(s) involved, personal information of all other people involved and details about the accident. The claim representative will record the information and provide you with a claim number. You will be assigned a claims adjustor who will walk you through the rest of the claims process.

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Methodology and Assumptions

To evaluate and review auto insurance companies, MoneyGeek carefully weighs factors such as price, financial strength, policy features, customer satisfaction, service and other leading indicators. MoneyGeek also references publicly available data from industry leaders such as J.D. Power, AM Best and the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) and the Better Business Bureau. Learn more about MoneyGeek’s review methodology here.