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Bessemer, AL Cheap Auto Insurance, Find Local Agents in Alabama for Maximum Savings

1400 9th Ave N Ste 108,
Bessemer, AL
35020
(205) 428-8839
140 River Square Plz,
Hueytown, AL
35023
(205) 491-5234
2904 Morgan Rd Ste 108,
Bessemer, AL
35022
(205) 425-9986
3102 Allison Bonnett Memorial Dr Ste 110,
Hueytown, AL
35023
(205) 491-2522
417 4th Ave N,
Bessemer, AL
35020
(205) 426-4441
1354 Hueytown Rd,
Hueytown, AL
35023
(205) 491-3893
1516 9th Ave N Ste 112,
Bessemer, AL
35020
(205) 565-0060
1209 Lake Dr SE Ste 103,
Bessemer, AL
35022
(205) 424-4322
1325 Hueytown Rd,
Hueytown, AL
35023
(205) 491-1884
1329 Hueytown Rd,
Hueytown, AL
35023
(205) 491-3922
1423 4th Ave N,
Bessemer, AL
35020
(205) 424-8368
10 Phillips Dr,
Midfield, AL
35228
(205) 929-4100
5907 Avenue K,
Bessemer, AL
35020
(205) 424-6175
1821 13th Ave N,
Bessemer, AL
35020
(205) 424-3400
6934 Dr Martin Luther King Dr,
Fairfield, AL
35064
(205) 492-6278

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200 B Y Williams Sr Dr,
Midfield, AL
35228
(205) 923-7334
3014 Allison Bonnett Memorial Dr Ste 140,
Hueytown, AL
35023
(205) 497-8729
1120 19th St N,
Bessemer, AL
35020
(205) 425-8363
518 19th St N,
Bessemer, AL
35020
(205) 426-9885
1285 Hueytown Rd Ste B,
Hueytown, AL
35023
(205) 497-8714
5011 Ford Pkwy,
Bessemer, AL
35022
(205) 425-3280
2007 High School Rd,
Hueytown, AL
35023
(205) 491-3456
1731 4th Ave N,
Bessemer, AL
35020
(205) 424-4500
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Pros & Cons of Each Insurer

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CompanyProsConsRating out of 5 Stars
AmicaZero restrictions on which body shop you use for repairs.Few driver discounts, including pre-pay, low mileage, and military discounts.5
USAAJ. D. Power has rated USAA with a "perfect" score. Financial stability is highest rating of superior. USAA is only available to members of the military and their immediate family.5
AllstateAllstate offers a claims satisfaction guarantee. With Allstate's claims guarantee is typically a higher price in premiums. 4.5
American FamilyAttractive features, discounts and benefits including the teen safe driver program. Coverage is only available in 19 states. To get an online quote you have to enter your car's VIN. 4.5
Auto-Owners Good enhancement options from Auto-Owners Personal Automobile Plus Package. Service and claims handling is top notch. No national coverage. Auto-Owners offer coverage in 26 states.4.5
Country Financial Been in business for 85 years and has top financial strength. 24/7 customer service. Coverage is only available in 17 states.4.5
ErieFor South, Midwest, or Mid-Atlantic regions Erie consistently get high marks. Limited to certain regions of the country. 4.5
GEICOConsistently offers the lowest price. Known to raise rates during the time of the policy. 4.5
NationwideNationwide rewards accident-free years with its vanishing deductible program.Coverage isn’t available in Alaska, Hawaii, Louisiana, or Massachusetts.4.5
TravelersTravelers offers rates well below the national average. Not all coverage options are available in all states. Some customer complaints reported with billing/collection and customer service issues.4.5
ElectricValuable features and benefits for new cars, such as original equipment coverage. Perks for General Electric employees. Numerous discounts offered to bring your premium low. Mixed reviews on communications, billing, and collection practices.4.3
Cincinnati FinancialOffers Personal Auto Plus program to help drivers get low premiums. Strong financial ratings with lower than average industry complaints. Spotty complaints by consumers of claims process. Online presence is poor you normally have to call an agent. 4.2
Liberty MutualStrong customer service with attractive features such a new and better car replacement. New and Better car replacement are not offered in all states. And reports of poor claims handling for automobile repairs. 4
MetLifeMetLife includes several extras at no cost, such as expanded coverage when you rent a car and identity theft protection.Other than group discounts and standard bundling discounts, there aren’t a lot of opportunities for savings.4
Ameriprise FinancialVery attractive discounts and strong financial rating. Limited availability. Only 14 states you can get a policy.4
Tennessee FarmersLots of discounts such as distant student, homeowners, incident forgiveness, and more are available to give you better rates. No rate hikes for small claims/fender benders. If you get into a small accident, you won’t have to worry about the stability of your premium.Not all policy options are available in every state. 4
Progressive1 out of 10 drivers have Progressive. Offers roadside assistance and has strong financial strength. Doesn't offer new or better car replacement.4
Texas Farm BureauOffers competitive rates for all age drivers particularly drivers over 35. Not offered in all states. Only available in Texas. Focuses more on life insurance rather than auto. Many customers say there may be substantial rate hikes year by year. 4
FarmersWith Farmers you can insure about everything. Customer service is not 24/7 and reports of not-so-great claims handling. 4
Plymouth RockExcellent coverage with competitive premium rates. High satisfaction rate with customers. Considered by most reviews as the 1st or 2nd cheapest in the state of New Jersey. Only available in Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and New Jersey. It features several customer “perks” like the Get Home Safe® cab/ride share program and Door to Door Valet Claim Service. For unmarried drivers in the 4 states offered they are one of the cheapest. 4
Safeco24/7 customer support with a comprehensive line of products plus discounts. 24/7 claims handling. Customers have complained of claims being underpaid. 4
21st CenturyPart of Farmers. Has a partnership with Foremost Insurance to provide insurance on specialty vehicles like motorcycles and ATVs.If you have coverage outside of California you'll be directed to Farmers or Foremost.4
HartfordMechanical breakdown coverage helps cover the cost of repairs that aren’t covered by your car’s warranty. Claims satisfaction rating is only 2 out of 5 stars. 4
EsuranceOffers low rates, first rate website, and good customer service. Customers claim Esurance will penalize for cancelling a policy. No local agents. 4
Southern Farm BureauAffordable rates in the markets they service with a bevy of discount options.
Faster than average claim payout times.
Policyholders seem very happy with Farm Bureau's personable customer service.
Can be tough to get in touch with the correct person at times when filing a claim.
There have been several reports of cancelled policies after an initial claim.
4
NJMCompetitive premiums and offerings.
High satisfaction with claims processing and coverage. Most customers stay with them once covered.
Insurance only available to employees of select organizations.
Only in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
4
Safety Ins.VIP Claims Centers from Safety can be a great way to expedite the claims settlement process and minimize upheaval / interruption in drivers' lives. Rates are low for married and unmarried drivers.
Local expertise and concentration of personnel and service facilities in Massachusetts and New Hampshire.
Only available in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. Many customers say the claims process can be extremely slow with many followups after a claim submission. 4
WawanesaIf you have a clean driving record your premium should be below average with this insurer. Available only in California and Oregon. Drivers with infractions may have a substantially higher premium. 3.9
TitanGood, fairly priced options for non-standard auto insurance.
Coverage and company affiliated and backed by Nationwide parent company.
Only available in 26 states. The complaints are higher than average compared to similar insurers.3.8
Alfa MutualGood ratings on their financial strength, and a lower than average complaint index.Some customers complain of delays in and poor investigations during the claims resolution process. Coverage strongest in Alabama, Mississippi, and Georgia. Known in these states: Texas, Missouri, Indiana, Ohio, Virginia, Tennessee, Arkansas, and Kentucky3.5
AlliedRecent partnership with Nationwide increases their coverage area and availabilityMight not get the same level of coverage and customer service in all areas. Not knowing which company you’re dealing with might cause confusion during the claims process3.5
Farm Bureau MutualOffers lower than average rates. Has a suite of discounts and affinity programs. Only available in 19 states.3.5
ArbellaSolid financial strength and business ratings should make you more confident in choosing Arbella. Competitive rates inside their service area.Auto policies only available in two states, Massachusetts and Connecticut.3.5
Grange MutualBeen in business since 1935 with over 1 billion in revenues. Can offer rates lower than main-street companies.Coverage available on in 12 states, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and Wisconsin.3.5
MercuryMercury has a network of nearly 6,000 agents. Available in Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Michigan, New Jersey, Nevada, New York, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Virginia.Some policyholders have expressed concerns in reviews about delays and lack of timely response and follow-up from claims representatives.3.5
Auto ClubExcellent roadside assistance service.
AM Best Rating of A+ Superior. Multiple membership discounts.
Drivers complain new vehicles will have excessive fees. 3.5
Kentucky Farm BureauOffers lower rates than most competitors. Nice discount options and coverage terms. Not available in all states. Only in Kentucky. 3.5
EncompassStrong financial ratings. Are able to get unique and tailor policy options at a reasonable price.Poor reviews by customers of claims process. 3.4
ElephantGood repair assistance program to help drivers with damage vehicles. Premiums are lower than average. Only available in Virginia, Texas, Illinois, and Maryland. Consumer complaints are higher than average.3.2
AcceptanceGreat for non-standard or high risk drivers. Drivers with good driving history will pay above average. Claims process can be time consuming. 3.1
State FarmSuperior claims handling. State Farm has been the best at claims for years. Doesn’t offer stacked uninsured motorist or new car replacement coverages.3
Horace MannEstablished for teachers and those part of union, etc. Offers competitive rates. Claims process can be slow and payout from accidents are lower than expected. 3
Home StateHome State insurance was originally chartered in 1948. Less known company with little advertising. Strongest in Texas and currently owned by Berkshire Hathaway Group. Specializes in nonstandard policies for drivers.Limited to area where you can get coverage from them. Price of policy is typically higher than the average policy holder. This is to be expected with nonstandard policy coverage. 3
HanoverEasy to customize your policy. Nice string of discounts.Prices can be higher than average.3
MapfreCan get low rates through Mapfre in Northeastern states such as Massachusetts.MAPFRE’s geographical territory is limited to 18 U.S. states. Not all policy options are available in every state.3
KemperKemper has excellent financial strength, flexible payment options and attractive discounts for policyholders.Their rates can be higher than average. 3
The GeneralHisk risk drivers can get a policy with The General. Good for a person with a history of auto accidents. Has a reputation of not paying out claims in a timely fashion. Not good do for a driver with a clean record.3
SentrySentry has the highest financial strength rating available from A.M. Best. Attractive discounts to lower your premium by 20% or more. There are a number of customer complaints in the areas of products and services.3
State Auto GroupState Auto provides a variety of insurance options including car, home, farm, and business. Premium prices are usually average with many customers getting a lower rate from their previous carrier. Been in business since 1921 and policies are offered in 27 states. Claims handling process has poor reviews throughout online review portals. Many customers claim of substantially high rate hike after small claims. 3
ChubbCan pay with Agreed Settlements upfront. Choice of repair shops and no rental car daily limit. Tailors to individuals with higher than average net worth. 3
Good2goOffers extremely low rates some as little at $30 a month. Strong financial ratings.No brand recognition. Most believe to be a new company though Good2go has 25 years experience. 2.5
InfinityImmigrant friendly. With an AB 60 driver’s license resource center, immigrants can learn how to get a license in one place. If you’re new to the country, this company is very supportive of your driving.Infinity does make the JP Power list. Have to assume the financials aren't that great. 2.5
LoyaAccess to full-service and proprietary offices where agents can handle quotes and claims.Mixed reviews on claims resolution and response times. Only available in the states of CA, CO, IL, NV, NM, and TX2.5
National GeneralSmart Services add features and coverages which most other companies don’t offer. Discounts for using or being affiliated with General Motors.Mixed reviews of claims handling and auto insurance coverage types. 2.5
SafewayIt is difficult to find anything good about this company. Presentation of inconsistent information from website and agents. 2
Access AutoBasic online website with some options so you don't have to talk to an agent. Better Business Bureau ratings are poor. Many times it is difficult to get a claims adjuster on the phone. 1.9

Minimum Coverage by State, Uninsured Motorist Protection, & Personal Injury Protection

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Average Yearly Premium SavingsStateMinimum Auto Insurance Coverage Uninsured Motorist Protection Required?Personal Injury Protection (PIP) Required?
$613/yrAlabama25/50/25
$765/yrAlaska50/100/25
$875/yrArizona15/30/10
$643/yrArkansas25/50/25
$912/yrCalifornia15/30/5
$1,008/yrColorado25/50/15
$876/yrConnecticut20/40/10
$1,043/yrDelaware15/30/10
$342/yrFlorida10/20/10
$1,754/yrGeorgia25/50/25
$438/yrHawaii20/40/10
$775/yrIdaho25/50/15
$954/yrIllinois20/40/15
$1,211/yrIndiana25/50/10
$658/yrIowa20/40/15
$699/yrKansas25/50/10
$1,211/yrKentucky25/50/10
$533/yrLouisiana15/30/25
$732/yrMaine50/100/25
$619/yrMaryland30/60/15
$323/yrMassachusetts20/40/5
$487/yrMichigan20/40/10
$769/yrMinnesota30/60/10
$1,006/yrMississippi25/50/25
$790/yrMissouri25/50/10
$643/yrMontana25/50/10
$628/yrNebraska25/50/25
$876/yrNevada15/30/10
$899/yrNew Hampshire25/50/25
$893/yrNew Jersey15/30/5
$937/yrNew Mexico25/50/10
$1,041/yrNew York25/50/10
$473/yrNorth Carolina30/60/25
$644/yrNorth Dakota25/50/25
$612/yrOhio25/50/25
$687/yrOklahoma25/50/25
$653/yrOregon25/50/20
$1,687/yrPennsylvania15/30/5
$743/yrRhode Island25/50/25
$834/yrSouth Carolina25/50/25
$531/yrSouth Dakota25/50/25
$589/yrTennessee25/50/15
$1,634/yrTexas30/60/25
$897/yrUtah25/65/15
$921/yrVermont25/50/10
$465/yrVirginia25/50/20
$855/yrWashington25/50/10
$1,710/yrWest Virginia20/40/10
$1,027/yrWisconsin25/50/10
$318/yrWyoming25/50/20

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