We’re very excited to announce that we now offer homeowners insurance in Colorado, motorcycle insurance in Indiana, and renters coverage in West Virginia!

While we’re best known for our modern approach to car insurance (now available in 42 states!), Esurance began offering other great products in 2012. We started with renters coverage, which policyholders can add on to their car insurance for just $10 a month on average.*

Renters coverage

Today our renters is available in 18 states: Arkansas, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Missouri, Nebraska, New Jersey, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, West Virginia, and Wisconsin.

Learn more about renters coverage and how it can help protect all your stuff.

Motorcycle insurance

We also began offering motorcycle insurance last year. We started in Wisconsin, but quickly expanded to California, Florida, Illinois, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Texas. Our launch in Indiana this month brings us to 8 states total with 3 more planned for this year.

Find out what types of bikes (and other rides) are typically covered by motorcycle insurance.

Homeowners insurance

In addition to your wheels, Esurance can now protect your home as well. Last year we rolled out homeowners insurance in Arizona, Oregon, and Wisconsin. This year, we’ve added Colorado and Missouri to the growing number of states where we offer our unique product and we plan to launch in a whopping 10 more states before the end of the year.

Learn all about homeowners insurance and how it can protect your biggest investment.

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If we don’t offer insurance in your state yet, keep checking back. We’re growing by leaps and bounds!

*Average monthly cost and annual premium figures based on Esurance renters coverage purchased between 8/25/2012 and 7/31/2013. 

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about Heidi

Heidi brings 8 years’ experience to her role as Esurance’s copywriting manager. As a bona fide lit nerd and sucker for anachronism, she spends her days trying to incorporate Hemingway, Frost, and Shakespeare into car insurance (with varying degrees of success).