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Paying Your Premium

For your convenience, Adirondack offers several ways to pay your premium.

  • Electronically - Make installment payments through our automatic withdrawal program. Select the date you want us to deduct your payment from your checking account and we do the rest. Once you login, visit the "Pay Your Bill" page to sign up for automatic withdrawal, update your bank account information for your installment payments, and more.

    You must login to sign up online for automatic withdrawal. If you have not yet registered, please click here and fill in the REGISTRATION fields, including your policy number, ID# and Access Code (you'll find them on your bill and other important documents) to create your account. If you are a returning policyholder, login with the email address and password you used to create your account.

    Once you login, simply click Pay Your Bill and provide all of the required information.

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  • Online - Pay your annual premium or make another one-time payment via eCheck or credit card.

    You must login to pay online. If you have not yet registered, please click here and fill in the REGISTRATION fields, including your policy number, ID# and Access Code (you'll find them on your bill and other important documents) to create your account. If you are a returning policyholder, login with the email address and password you used to create your account.

    Once you login, simply click Pay Your Bill and provide all of the required information.

    Register now

  • By mail - Send your check along with the remittance stub to the address printed on your bill. If you don't have the remittance stub, please write your policy number on your check and mail it to:

    Adirondack Insurance Exchange
    PO Box 371898
    Pittsburgh, PA 15251-7898

  • By telephone - Simply call 1.877.248.0555 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. ET Monday - Friday; but keep your bill handy, as you will need your personal access code and ID number (which are printed on your statement and other important documents) for security purposes.