GEICO urges policyholders to use caution during Winter Storm Juno in Northeast

WASHINGTON, D.C., Jan. 26, 2015 – As Winter Storm Juno moves up the coast, it is expected to bring one to three feet of snowfall in the Northeast though Tuesday causing dangerous driving conditions.

With winter weather warnings in effect through late Tuesday night, GEICO urges policyholders to take caution when driving on icy streets and avoid travel when roads become hazardous and visibility low.

"Safety is our biggest concern," says Ryan West, GEICO vice president of claims. "With heavy snowfall likely across the Northeast states, GEICO's claims adjusters are ready to serve our customers."

For those venturing out into the snow, GEICO.com offers winter weather driving tips as well as links to trusted weather and disaster preparedness resources.

GEICO policyholders can log onto GEICO Claims Center, call (800) 841-3000 or use the new GEICO Mobile App to report a claim 24 hours a day. Commercial vehicle policy holders can file a claim by calling (866) 509-9444.

GEICO (Government Employees Insurance Company), the second-largest auto insurer in the U.S., was founded in 1936 and insures more than 27 million vehicles.

To make changes, report claims, print insurance cards and purchase additional products, policyholders can log into their car insurance policy, connect via GEICO Mobile, phone or by visiting a GEICO local agent.

Homeowners, renters, condo, flood, identity theft and life coverages are written through non-affiliated insurance companies and are secured through the GEICO Insurance Agency, Inc. Commercial auto and personal umbrella coverages are also available.

Visit www.geico.com for a quote or to learn more.