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State Farm is the #1 Car Insurer in the Country1
Here are just a few of the reasons why we're the #1 car insurer in the country:
- When you compare car insurance quotes, you'll find that switching to State Farm typically saves you on average almost $500 per year.2 And once you start applying our discounts, the savings really add up. For example, having a clean driving record or installing a car alarm can lower your premiums even more.
- We're committed to giving back. State Farm has a rich history of giving back to the communities where we live and work. Our values — which remain unchanged since our founding in 1922 — support building safer, stronger, and better educated communities. Whether you're in an accident or attending a Little League game, State Farm is there.
Compare more than just car insurance quotes. Unlike some of our competitors, we offer a full range of insurance products. Buying multiple products from the same company makes your life easier, and it saves you money. For example, you could save on average over $800 by purchasing homeowners and auto insurance when switching to State Farm.3
Great insurance, at a great price, from a great company.
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1Based on a 2013 written premium as reported by A.M. Best.
2Average annual per household savings based on a 2015 national survey of new policyholders who reported savings by switching auto insurance to State Farm.
3Average annual per household savings based on a 2015 national survey of new policyholders who reported savings by switching auto and homeowner insurance to State Farm.
Not all discounts are available in all states. Rates may vary.