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State Farm Insurance - Auto, Home, Renters, Life

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Choose to bundle policies and save as much as $1,1271

Save money by combining the purchase of auto insurance with a homeowners, renters, condo or life insurance policy.1 When bundling, you have a choice to buy both products, either one or neither.

Bundle and save

Our 19,000 insurance agents are ready to help you start bundling.

 

With State Farm® Mobile App, take the neighborhood with you

 
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Biometric login

Features like Face ID and fingerprint recognition are now available.

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24-hr. emergency roadside assistance

When the unexpected happens, we’re there when you need a tire change, a tow and much more.

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Convenience on-the-go

Pair with your Apple Watch to gain easy and secure access to notifications and messages.

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Good Neighbor ConnectTM

Keep in touch with your State Farm agent – meet virtually, share screens and upload docs.

Biometric login

Features like Face ID and fingerprint recognition are now available.

24-hr. emergency roadside assistance

When the unexpected happens, we’re there when you need a tire change, a tow and much more.

Convenience on-the-go

Pair with your Apple Watch to gain easy and secure access to notifications and messages.

Good Neighbor ConnectTM

Keep in touch with your State Farm agent – meet virtually, share screens and upload docs.

State Farm Mobile App

Easy, convenient
Anywhere, anytime

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Three ways to help keep more of your hard-earned dollars

Drive Safe & SaveTM

Drive your discount up to savings of 30%2

Learn more about Drive Safe & Save

Steer Clear®

Safe-driving young adults can save up to 15%1

Check out Steer Clear

Auto discounts & savings

See the options State Farm offers to help your budget

Save money with auto discounts

Picture is of a rare 1935 Mack Pumper Fire Engine. The restored fire truck is red with black and silver equipment. It has gold trim and lettering that spells out “State Farm.” There’s a black “Mack” logo plate above the driver’s side wheel well that features a black tire and red hubcap.rive my car

Circa 1935 Mack Pumper Fire Engine restored by State Farm.

Circa 1930s black-and-white photo is of a group of white men, all wearing topcoats and hats, stand in front of the State Farm Headquarters. Three men are kneeling in the front. Sign on building says “Home Office.”ed and scooter

In the beginning, agents provided insurance to farmers.

A black-and-white photo of the McLean County Farm Bureau two-story building. Large signs on the front and side with the bureau’s name. Three 1920s-era automobiles can be seen on the street in front of the building.

To reach farmers, Founder G.J. Mecherle met them at farm bureaus.

A photo of the State Farm Headquarters in Bloomington, IL. It’s a detail of the top of the brown-brick building. It has a teal green roof and features large, red neon letters that spell out “State Farm Insurance.” There is black railing in front of the neon site.

For decades, our building dominated the Bloomington, IL night sky.

A photo of the Mobile Catastrophe Command Center (M3C) vehicle. This red-and-white truck features a satellite dish. Orange traffic cones mark off the area that features tables, chairs and trash cans. Red-and-white State Farm logo and lettering appear on the vehicle, tent and table drape.

A mobile command center vehicle hits the road when disaster strikes.

Artist rendering is of three, high-rise State Farm buildings situated on a green concourse in Atlanta, GA.

State Farm at Atlanta’s Park Center is its third hub location.

Photo is of two State Farm associates, one wearing a Virginia Tech ball cap and the other wearing a dark hat with white logo. They stand before computer device. Man on the right is holding a black drone with yellow markings. The background is lush green fields with stand of trees in the background.

State Farm is using drones to assess disaster damage.

Photo is of a circa 1931 tire cover. The cover is black with a gold-red-and-black State Farm logo, featuring a car. Gold lettering above the logo reads “Insure with,” and text below the logo reads 'See our local agent'

Agents worked from their cars and used tire covers as “office signs.”

The 1929 logo features a cornucopia and the theme of “plenty.”

Photo is of a red-and-white child’s pedal car. The car features the words “State Farm” and “Like a good neighbor.” The car features a black steering wheel, a silver hood ornament, black-white-red wheels, and the number “5” on the car’s hood.

A mid-20th century toy was re-created for State Farm anniversaries.

Black-and-white photo is of a man wearing a three-piece suit and a hat, leaning on a circa-1920s car that’s located in a field.

Retired farmer, G.J. Mecherle, founded State Farm.

Image is of a young Black man, wearing a red sweater with the State Farm logo, a white shirt and khaki pants. He’s seated at a desk with a nameplate that says, “Jake from State Farm.” He’s wearing a headset with his left hand raised and fingertips touching the headset, indicating he’s in a call. He smiles at the camera.

A new Jake from State Farm debuted in television commercials in 2020.

A photo shows a State Farm agent in a red shirt with a State Farm logo. He is patting a customer on the back. The customer is on the left and is wearing glasses, a red cap and a striped shirt. The photo is shot from behind.

State Farm agents can be there when their customers need them most.

Photo is of an early print advertisement. Headline is “Careful Drivers Awarded.” The image features a businessman, wearing a suit and hat. He smiles as he drives his car because, as the ad says, “for careful drivers, State Farm Insurance costs less.”

Early ad shows careful drivers save on State Farm Insurance.

The photo shows two State Farm employees wearing red tee-shirts with white logos, white hard hats. The woman in the foreground has short blonde hair and wears glasses. The other woman’s hair is pulled back, and she wears dark sunglasses. Both women are smiling.

State Farm employees give back to their communities.

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State Farm Insurance and Financial Services, Celebrating 100 years

Celebrating 100 years

For 100 years, we’ve helped people manage the risks of everyday life, helped rebuild neighborhoods, invested in our communities, and supported education and safety initiatives across the country. It’s what being a good neighbor is all about.

Explore State Farm at 100 years

With you in mind

The world has changed a lot in the last 100 years. We’ve always taken a future-forward approach to developing products and solutions to meet your ever-changing needs. That’s truer today than ever before. Here’s how we’re there when you need us most.

Helping protect your business

Explore the wide range of products to help defend what you’ve worked so hard to build.

Small business insurance

Banking on your time

Meet our third party-provided products that allow you to bank when, where and how you want.

Banking alliances

Planning for your future

Get a head start with mutual funds, annuities, educational savings and retirement planning.

Investment services

 
1 Customers may always choose to purchase only one policy, but the discount for two or more purchases of different lines of insurance will not then apply. Savings, discount names, percentages, availability and eligibility may vary by state.
2 Discounts may exceed 30% and vary state-to-state (NY capped at 30%). Not available in CA, MA, RI. Setup required.

Deposit products offered by U.S. Bank National Association. Member FDIC.

Mortgage loans offered by Rocket Mortgage, LLC; NMLS #3030; www.NMLSConsumerAccess.org. Equal Housing Lender. Licensed in 50 states.

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