The Indiana Automobile Insurance Plan was created in 1948 and is a voluntary agreement to provide automobile insurance coverage to eligible risks who seek coverage and are unable to obtain such coverage through the voluntary market (for complete eligibility requirements, see Section 2 and 18 of the Plan Manual).
Any insurance agent holding a valid license to transact automobile insurance business in the state of Indiana may write business through the AIP.
Applications to the Plan are divided among insurance companies in proportion to the amount of voluntary automobile insurance business each company writes in the state. For example, a company that writes 10 percent of the voluntary private passenger nonfleet liabilty net direct written car years in Indiana receives 10 percent of the Pan private passenger nonfleet premiums.
Indiana Automobile Insurance Plan
P.O. Box 6530
Providence, RI 02940-6530
Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm ET
State Farm is notifying producers submitting business to the Indiana Plan, as well as Indiana Plan insureds, that effective April 30, 2018 its mailing address for Plan correspondence will change.
Through April 29, 2018, correspondence related to the Indiana Plan should continue to be mailed to State Farm at:
2550 Northwestern AveWest Lafayette, IN 47906-1332Phone: 855-343-2536
Effective April 30, 2018, correspondence related to the Indiana Plan should be mailed to State Farm at this new address:
2702 Ireland Grove RdBloomington, IL 61709-0001Fax: 309-622-5292Phone: 855-343-2536
302 Central Ave Johnston, RI 02919
Monday - Friday 8:30-4:30 EST
Phone: (877)463-3800 Fax: (401)528-1361 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org