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How to Find NAIC Code Number for Auto Insurance



Hi! Okay, you can't find your NAIC code number or National Association of Insurance Commissioners code number. Whenever I renew my car registration I look for the NAIC numbers since my registration's application asks for it. You might have your own reason though.

For those of you thinking "I can't find my Naic number on insurance..." let's find that NAIC auto insurance number now. This post will help you to learn how to find naic code for auto insurance.

Step 1

A brief, but not all that essential lesson about this number you are searching for.

NAIC stands for the National Association of Insurance Commissioners . Essentially it is an organization of officials elected to create uniform insurance regulations, promote competition and essentially make things more fair for insurance policy customers and consumers. Your insurance company denotes a code to show they are affiliated with this organization

Step 2

There are several methods you can use to locate this code. The easiest way to find the NAIC is to contact your insurance company and find out what it is. The only downer to this is that your auto insurer might try to sell you new insurance in addition to giving you the NAIC code.

Step 3

You could also try finding your NAIC insurance company number is by doing a web search. Try plugging "NAIC Number" in your browser. The number I was looking for did come up but so did other NAIC codes. Step 4 below is the absolute best method....

National Association of Insurance Commissioners # Poll

Step 4

Here is the greatest way to find the NAIC code. Simply go out to your car or truck and locate your proof of insurance card that your insurance company issues you. On this card will be the code you are looking for.

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TurtleDog (author) on July 13, 2011:

Thank you nslettengren!

nslettengren from San Diego on July 13, 2011:

Good to Know. I bookmarked this one!

TurtleDog (author) on July 13, 2011:

Thanks for the comment WittyWeddings! I fixed step 5 to to make more sense. Thanks again!

Hayley LaGarce from Kansas City, MO on July 12, 2011:

Very helpful. I also appreciate the organization. Except step 5 isn't really a step. :)

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