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New Mexico Least Expensive Auto Insurance, Minimum Coverage & Best Carrier by Lowest Quote

If you are in the market for the cheapest auto insurance in New Mexico, and depending on your location, your best options are going to be with Farm Bureau Financial, Allied, and Progressive.

Each insurer is able to offer quotes from 17% to over 31% lower for drivers with a good driving history.

Other insurance companies you want to put on your list for savings are Farmers, GEICO, and State Farm.

Each are able to save you from 10% to nearly 20% cheaper than drivers of a similar age and profile.

Regional carriers you should take a look at are Loya and Encompass.

Depending on your driving history each insurer should be able to get you a lower than average premium.

In this article we are going to cover than minimum insurance requirements, affordable insurers by city and age, and a few cost saving strategies to help you find the lowest premium possible.

If you would like to skip to a certain portion of the article there is a table of contents down a little and to the right.

Minimum Auto Insurance Requirements in New Mexico

CoverageNew Mexico Minimum Liability CoverageRecommended Coverage
Bodily Injury Protection$25,000 / $50,000$25,000 / $50,000
Property Damage$10,000$25,000
Uninsured Motorist Coverage BIL*$25,000 / $50,000$25,000 / $50,000
Underinsured Motorist Coverage PD*$10,000$10,000
Medical PaymentsOptional$5,000
Comprehensive CoverageOptional$250 deductible
Collision CoverageOptional$250 deductible

*You may reject uninsured motorist coverage in New Mexico. To do so, state law requires that you return a signed paper form to your insurance company by mail.

Bodily Injury Liability

The state of New Mexico demands that everyone carry $25,000 to cover the doctor’s bills per injured person with a $50,000 limit per accident for all people in the other vehicle.

Graph with the cheapest quotes for a 25 year old in New Mexico.Note: The lowest premiums we queried for a 25 year old in New Mexico are with Farm Bureau, Progressive, and Farmers. All three are 20% lower than the comparable insurers. As illustrated, the male driver owned at 2013 Honda Accord with good driving history and decent credit. For additional details please see table below.

Property Damage Liability

Property damage liability covers damages to the other party’s vehicle, or other property like roads signs or any other public property.

In New Mexico, the minimum property damage liability coverage is set at $10,000.

NM lowest premium choices fora 30 y/o driver.Note: A 30 year old can find quotes clustering between $1,003 and $1,121. The cheapest is Farm Bureau at $1,003. More details in the rate table below.

The list numbers for the state of New Mexico would 25/50/10. Each number is in thousands and the same as above respectfully.

If you have a newer vehicle it is recommended to carry more than the minimum coverage because of the amount of drivers and uninsured motorists in the state.

Inexpensive premium options for a 35 year old in NMNote: The two lowest insurers for a 35 year old are with Farm Bureau and Progressive. Each queried at $912 and $914 respectfully for full coverage. Additional details in table below.

Cheapest Auto Insurance Carriers by Age & Company

Below we queried the overall most affordable insurers for drivers from 25 to 55 years of age.

The lowest price carriers throughout the age spectrum are GEICO, Farm Bureau Financial, and Progressive.

All three are able to offer quotes over 22% cheaper than the median rate for similar age drivers.

Depending on your location we found Farm Bureau Financial is able to offer quotes as competitive if not more better than GEICO and Progressive.

Other insurers which are competitive are Farmers, Allied, and State Farm.

All three can offer rates from 10% to 19+% lower than the median quote for similar profile drivers.

Allied, at times, is able to offer quotes nearly as competitive a Farm Bureau Financial.

Two regional carriers to check out are Loya and Encompass.

Both are able to offer competitive quotes about 10% lower than the median rate.

Also, it is best to have blend of national and regional companies to find the most savings when shopping for the cheapest auto insurance in New Mexico.

With the list you have a blend of 8 insurers which offer lower than average quotes for drivers with a decent driving history.

Which should help you find the lowest premium and maintain coverage.

New Mexico CompanyAverage Rate 25 Y/O Driver30 Y/O Driver35 Y/O Driver40 Y/O Driver45 Y/O Driver55 Y/O Driver
GEICO$1,300$890$819$734$612$502
Farm Bureau$1,340$1,003$912$798$644$527
Progressive$1,346$1,024$914$825$659$538
Farmers$1,356$1,045$945$845$670$549
Allied$1,380$1,087$944$865$655$540
State Farm$1,402$1,121$940$870$657$548
Allstate$1,412$1,144$947$857$680$578
Liberty Mutual$1,438$1,172$987$855$703$570
Loya$1,456$1,189$980$860$732$601
Encompass$1,543$1,230$1,003$876$733$599
Sentry$1,575$1,245$1,043$859$740$621
MetLife$1,623$1,340$1,046$876$755$632
Hartford$1,689$1,365$1,082$895$751$638

Cheapest auto premium options for a 40 year old.Note: The lowest price for a 40 year old driver is with Farm Bureau. The only carrier we queried which is less than $800 per year. The other carriers illustrated clustered between $825 and $870 per year. Please see rate table above.

Comprehensive, Collision & Uninsured Motorist Coverage

Comprehensive and collision coverage are recommended for adequate protection for unforeseen accidents such as hail or fallen tree branches.

Uninsured motorist protection is a good idea since anywhere from 10% to 20% of drivers are driving without insurance in the state of New Mexico.

5 Affordable auto premium choices for a 45 year old driver.Note: A 45 year old can find the lowest rates with Farm Bureau, Allied, and State Farm. Each quoted at $644, $655, and $657 respectfully for full coverage. More details in rate table above.

Uninsured motorist protection is going to help cover damages if the other driver does not have adequate or no insurance at all.

New Mexico is bordered by Texas and Arizona and has a higher than national average car theft rate.

If you are carrying comprehensive coverage or “non-collision” (known as comprehensive too) would be adequate.

Least expensive premium choices for a 55 y/o driver.Note: A 55 year old with good driving history can find quotes clustering between $527 and $549 per year.

Best Insurers by Consumer Rating, Rate Change over 18 Months, & Complaints

Below are the best carriers by rate change over a 12 to 18 month period, complaints, and consumer rating.

The average rate change for insurers in New Mexico average 1.9%.

Which is average for both national and regional carriers.

If you get a traffic violation your rate can rise significantly.

And in some instance if your credit is lowered you could may see a rise in your premiums.

The amount of complaints is low across the board for all companies.

However, the large national companies will have more complaints since they write more premiums.

This is normal and to be expected.

Top carriers we mentioned, Farm Bureau Financial, Progressive, GEICO, and Allied all have good financial strength.

Any of them listed below have the capacity to pay out a large legitimate claim.

Consumer rating data is an average from reputable online sources.

Any other data is complied from the Insurance Information Institute (III.org), RMIIA.org, JD Power & Associates, and AM Best.

New Mexico CompanyPremiumsRate Change < 18 Months# of ComplaintsConsumer Rating out of 5 Stars
GEICO$126,092,000+1.7%44.5
Farm Bureau$83,431,000+1.7%24.0
Progressive$109,873,000+1.7%44.4
Farmers$161,604,000 +1.8%44.4
Allied$43,738,000+1.8%54.3
State Farm$223,332,000+1.9%84.3
Allstate$96,312,000+1.9%24.3
Liberty Mutual$56,335,000+1.9%14.4
Loya$25,517,000+2.0%14.0
Encompass$34,658,000+2.0%33.9
Sentry$40,866,000+2.1%33.9
MetLife$40,476,000+2.1%43.9
Hartford$41,509,000+2.2%23.9

Simple Strategies for Long Term Savings

Here are a few ideas to lower your car insurance premium if you reside in New Mexico:

  • If you use your vehicle for pleasure and not a daily commute your rates are lower
  • If you are a student and have good grades you will quality for a student discount
  • Anti-theft devices installed on the vehicle will reduce insurance rates
  • If you drive less than average you can reduce your premium even more

Uninsured Motorist Penalty for First-Time Offenders

If you are caught driving without insurance in the state of New Mexico first time offenders can get a $300 fine.

If the Department of Motor Vehicles is aware then your license and registration can be suspended too.

Remember the most important part of insurance is driver history.

If you have been in any accidents or had major traffic violations you want to be sure to tell your insurance company about it and what you can do to lower your insurance rate.

One suggestion is to take an defensive driver course to offset any “points” you may have on your license.

You can click here for an available defensive driver courses from New Mexico’s DMV.

Average Premium by City

Location is a primary factor for insurers to determine how much you pay for your premium.

Below are 24 mid-size cities throughout New Mexico.

The lowest average premium is $1,290 to the highest at $1,550 per year.

Which is a variance of 17% in premium price.

If you have a premium which is significantly higher than those listed below you may have poor driving history, poor credit, or you are a young (teen) driver.

To keep your premium as low as possible make sure to maintain a good driving history, good credit, and never let your premium lapse.

If you would like a comparison of quotes by major cities please read further below.

CityAvg PremiumPopulationCityAvg PremiumPopulationCityAvg PremiumPopulation
Angel Fire$1,2901,113El Prado$1,3672,727Placitas$1,3204,977
Aztec$1,5116,763 Gallup$1,50521,678Portales$1,32512,280
Belen$1,4867,122Kirtland$1,500250Raton$1,4406,103
Bloomfield$1,4117,090La Luz$1,49097,618Rio Lucio$1,550379
Cedar Crest$1,3761,000Las Vegas$1,50813,753Santa Teresa$1,4654,258
Chupadero$1,487362Los Alamos$1,48012,019Silver City$1,29510,315
Edgwood$1,4003,805Los Lunas$1,48514,835Taos$1,4575,763
Española$1,35910,224Lovington$1,48911,009University Park$1,4204,192

Albuquerque, NM

Albuquerque, NM lowest premium choices for 30, 45, and 55 year old.

You can get an affordable auto premium if you get quotes from Farm Bureau, Allied, and Progressive.

We queried each at $1,155, $1,186, and $1,245 per year for a 30 year old.

Which is 22% lower than the “mean” rate of $1,511.

Farmers and State Farm are approximately $155 more than the cheapest carrier.

Or 16% less than the average premium.

For a 45 year old the lowest quotes are with Farm Bureau, Allied, and Progressive.

Each queried at $903, $915, and $949 respectfully for full coverage.

Which equates to 31% lower than the citywide average rate.

For a 55 year old we found two insurers less than $800 in Albuquerque.

Farm Bureau and Allied each at $725 and $778 respectfully for full coverage.

Out of the 7 insurers we queried the most expensive is Allstate.

Each queried at $1,344 for a 30 year old, $1,087 for a 45 year old, and $869 for a 55 year old driver.

Albuquerque Company30 Y/O Driver45 Y/O Driver55 Y/O Driver
GEICO$1,122$840$700
Farm Bureau$1,155$903$725
Allied$1,186$915$778
Progressive$1,245$949$803
Farmers$1,287$980$805
State Farm$1,300$1,007$811
Allstate$1,344$1,087$869

Albuquerque is the largest city in the state with 560,000 residents. 

Home to Intel’s largest manufacturing facility the city is a center for timber, livestock and farming, and a growing area for high-technology industries. 

Other industries important to the economy include health services, banking, and tourism.

With a wonderful climate, charming Spanish influence, strong economy, and cultural attractions make it a haven for young professionals and others from across the nation. 

Las Cruces, NM

Las Cruces, NM cheapest auto premium options for a 30 and 45 year old.

Finding cheap quotes is fairly easy if you get quotes from Farm Bureau, Allied, and Progressive.

We queried each at $944, $986, and $1,065 for a 30 year old.

Which is 33% lower than the citywide average rate of $1,490 per year.

It would be smart for a driver to get quotes from all insurers to find an optimum premium with the most savings.

For a 45 year old we found Farm Bureau at $788 per year for full coverage.

Or more than $200 in annual savings.

Allied was $12 more at $800 and Progressive less than 6% higher at $864.

All three are 19% lower than the citywide “mean” rate.

For a 55 year old driver we found all insurers we queried clustering between $611 and $727.

Farm Bureau is the cheapest at $611 while most expensive is Allstate at $727.

Allstate’s quote is nearly 20% lower than the average premium in Las Cruces.

Las Cruces Company30 Y/O45 Y/O55 Y/O
Farm Bureau$944$788$611
Allied$986$800$630
GEICO$1,007$814$629
Progressive$1,065$864$679
Farmers$1,121$870$700
State Farm$1,166$903$699
Allstate$1,189$943$727

Las Cruces is Spanish for “The Crosses” and is the 2nd largest city in the state with approximately 105,000 residents. 

Las Cruces is rich in attractions that celebrate the city’s history and cultural diversity.

The annual Whole Enchilada Fiesta is a huge event held every September where downtown Las Cruces is transformed into one big street party complete with food, live music, rides, a parade, and the creation of a very large enchilada.

Wonderful and Historic Old Mesilla, only minutes from Las Cruses, is a quaint town highlighted by a plaza filled with shops, boutiques, and restaurants.

Rio Rancho, NM

Rio Ranch lowest premium choices for 30 and 45 year old.

Drivers can find an inexpensive auto premium with Farm Bureau, Allied, and Progressive.

We queried each at $945, $983, and $1,054 respectfully for a 30 year old.

Which is 36% lower than the “mean” rate of $1,440 per year.

Also, it equates to $350 in savings by getting quotes from our top three choices.

A 45 year old driver can find cheaper rates with Farm Bureau, Allied, and Progressive.

Each quoted at $747, $785, and$812 per year for full coverage.

Which is 40% lower than the citywide average premium for all three carriers.

A 55 year old can find quotes clustering between $606 and $711.

Farm Bureau is the cheapest at $606 while Allstate is $105 more at $711.

All carriers illustrated for a 55 year old are 45% lower than the “mean” rate in Rio Rancho.

Rio Rancho Company30 Y/O45 Y/O55 Y/O
GEICO$890$702$594
Farm Bureau$945$747$606
Allied$983$785$619
Progressive$1,054$812$648
Farmers$1,089$845$670
State Farm$1,126$890$690
Allstate$1,170$909$711

Rio Rancho is the 3rd largest city in the state with nearly 100,000 residents.

It is 12 miles north of Albuquerque with Intel Corp as the largest employer. 

Residents enjoy the numerous parks, trails, bicycle paths and open space located in the city.

The scenic Jemez Mountains includes water falls, warm springs and attractive meadows.

The Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument offers trails running through canyons, and features huge cone-shaped formations made from pumice.

Santa Fe, NM

Santa Fe 5 lowest insurers by prices for 30 and 45 year old.

The average premium in Santa Fe is $1,465 per year.

We found Allied, Progressive, and Farm Bureau at $906, $932, and $969 respectfully for a 30 year old.

Which is 41% lower than the average rate.

Farmers and State Farm are 32% lower than the “mean” rate.

Each quoted at $1,005 and $1,057 respectfully for full coverage.

For a 45 year old driver the lowest quotes are with Allied, Progressive, and Farm Bureau.

We queried each at $767, $814, and $832 respectfully per year.

Which is 45% lower than the citywide average premium.

A 55 year old can find the cheapest rates clustering between $609 and $758.

Allied is the lowest at $609 or $400 in annual savings.

For a senior driver it would be smart to get quotes from all carriers illustrated to find maximum savings and optimum coverage.

Santa Fe Company30 Y/O45 Y/O55 Y/O
GEICO$865$706$587
Allied$906$767$609
Progressive$932$814$622
Farm Bureau$969$832$656
Farmers$1,005$889$680
State Farm$1,057$890$723
Allstate$1,102$876$758

Santa Fe is the 3rd largest city with 85,000 residents.

It is also the capital of New Mexico

The city is a major tourist area, especially the historic downtown which includes the prominent Santa Fe Plaza.

The town is well known as a primary center for museums as well as the arts, especially Canyon Road.

Stunning architecture and sculptures can be seen all over the town.

The area is also well known for its beautiful scenery and active nightlife scene.

Santa Fe is home to a vast amount of fairs, celebrations and festivals.

Historic Native American ruins and a large number of American Indian pueblos are located in the area.

Roswell, NM

Roswell, NM 5 lowest premium choices by insurer for a 30 and 45 y/o.

Roswell has some of the highest premiums in the state with an average of $1,550 per year.

Finding a cheaper premium is easy if you get quotes from Farm Bureau, Allied, and Progressive.

We queried each at $945, $1,027, and $1,056 per year for a 30 year old.

Which is 34% lower than the citywide “mean” rate.

Farmers and State Farm are approximately $200 higher at $1,082 and $1,129 respectfully.

For a 45 year old the lowest quotes are with Farm Bureau, Allied, and Progressive.

Each quoted at $755, $770, and $812 for full coverage.

All three are nearly 50% lower than the “mean” rate of Roswell.

For a 55 year old driver the cheapest quotes are with Farm Bureau at $598 per year.

Which equates to $450 or more per year in savings.

For optimum coverage and savings it would be smart to get quotes from all carriers illustrated.

Roswell Company30 Y/O45 Y/O55 Y/O
Farm Bureau$945$755$598
GEICO$989$768$605
Allied$1,027$770$612
Progressive$1,056$812$648
Farmers$1,082$843$644
State Farm$1,129$845$650
Allstate$1,130$868$649

Roswell is the 5th largest city in the state with approximately 50,000 residents.

Famously known as the UFO capital in the nation from the 1947 UFO crash incident which later produced the “Alien Autopsy” film.

There are interesting things to do in Roswell which include The International UFO Museum, the Roswell Museum and Art Center and the Anderson Museum of Contemporary Art.

Farmington, NM

Farmington least expensive insurers by price for 30 to 55 y/o drivers.

If you are looking for the lowest premium in Farmington then get quotes from Farm Bureau, Allied, and Progressive.

We queried each at $921, $943, and $980 per year for a 30 year old driver.

All three are over 26% lower than the “mean” quote for similar age drivers.

State Farm is competitive with a low quote at $1,043 per year.

A 45 year old can find cheap quotes with the same three companies.

Farm Bureau is the lowest with a quote at $737.

Which is 24% lower than the median rate for similar profile drivers.

Allied is competitive with a quote at $768 or more than 22% lower than the “mean” quote.

A 55 year old can find the lowest options with Farm Bureau and Allied.

We queried each at $547 and $567 respectfully for full coverage.

Or more than 23% lower than the median rate for comparable age drivers in Farmington.

Farmington Company30 Y/O45 Y/O55 Y/O
Farm Bureau$921$737$547
Allied$943$768$567
Progressive$980$800$600
State Farm$1,043$876$623
GEICO$1,056$903$670
Farmers$1,145$932$701
Allstate$1,190$955$723

Farmington was originally spelled in Farmingtown and incorporated in 1901 with a few hundred residents. 

The community was originally home to the Anasazi “basketmakers” about 2,000 years ago.

Soon thereafter the Native American were in the region of Farmington.

By the 1800’s the Spaniards inhabited the region.

Today, Farmington has over 45,000 residents and is known for its baseball tournaments.

Clovis, NM

Clovis affordable premium prices for 25 to 55 y/o drivers.

Drivers in Clovis can find the cheapest auto insurance by getting quotes from Allied, Farm Bureau, and Progressive.

We queried each at $921, $945, and $978 per year for a 30 year old driver.

Which is over 31% lower than the median rate for similar age drivers.

A 45 year old can find a lower premium with Allied and Farm Bureau.

Each queried at $722 and $740 respectfully per year for full coverage.

Progressive is competitive with a low quote at $789.

A 55 year old can find the best options with Allied, Farm Bureau, and Progressive.

We queried each at $517, $522, and $575 per year for full coverage.

All three are over 23% lower than the “mean” rate for similar age drivers.

It would be smart for all age drivers to get quotes from all carriers illustrated to find the most savings while maintaining coverage.

Clovis Company30 Y/O45 Y/O55 Y/O
Allied$921$722$517
Farm Bureau$945$740$522
Progressive$978$789$575
Farmers$1,056$805$643
State Farm$1,090$827$656
GEICO$1,100$879$697
Allstate$1,127$900$707

Clovis is an agricultural community with approximately 40,000 residents.

Originally known as Riley Switch, the named was changed to Clovis after a master daughter of a Frank Catholic King.

Soon after the area population grew and was incorporated in 1909.

In the 1930’s several Clovis culture sites were found.

The Clovis people came to be regarded as the first human inhabitants who created a widespread culture in the New World.

Clovis people are considered to be the ancestors of most of the indigenous cultures of the Americas.

Hobbs, NM

Hobbs, NM low-cost premium options for all drivers.

Drivers in Hobbs can find the least expensive insurance with Farm Bureau, Progressive, and Allied.

We queried each at $922, $945, and $976 respectfully for a 30 year old.

Which is nearly 30% lower than the median rate for similar age drivers.

State Farm and Farmers are slightly higher with quotes at $1,065 and $1,127 respectfully.

A 45 year old can find the cheapest quotes with Farm Bureau, Progressive, and Allied.

Each queried at $719, $740, and $745 per year for full coverage.

All three carriers are over 22% lower than the median rate.

A 55 year old can find the lowest prices with Farm Bureau and Progressive.

Farm Bureau is the lowest at $515 per year for full coverage.

Or more than the 23% lower than the “mean” quote for similar profile drivers.

Progressive is quite low at $545 making them nearly as competitive.

Hobbs Company30 Y/O45 Y/O55 Y/O
Farm Bureau$922$719$515
Progressive$945$740$545
Allied$976$745$576
State Farm$1,065$779$590
Farmers$1,127$821$631
GEICO$1,187$834$648
Allstate$1,203$987$675

Hobbs was founded in 1907 with a couple hundred residents.

It is named after James Hobbs who made a settlement in the area.

By 1910 a post office was opened and James Hobbs was the first postmaster.

In 1927 there was the discovery of oil in the area by the Midwest Oil Company.

Soon thereafter the population began to increase dramatically.

Today, there are approximately 38,000 residents.

Alamogordo, NM

Alamogordo cheapest policy choices for 30 to 55 y/o drivers.

If you aren’t getting affordable coverage in Alamogordo you are probably looking in the wrong place.

Start by getting quotes from Farm Bureau, Allied, and Progressive.

We queried each at $943, $980, and $1,045 per year for a 30 year old driver.

Which is 25% to 28% lower than the median quote for similar age drivers.

A 45 year old find low quotes with Farm Bureau or Allied.

Each queried at $740 and $765 respectfully for full coverage.

Both carriers are over 24% lower than the “mean” quote for drivers.

A 55 year old can find the lowest prices with Farm Bureau, Allied, and Progressive.

Farm Bureau is the cheapest at $546 per year for full coverage.

Which is over 22% lower than the median rate for similar profile drivers in Alamogordo.

Alamogordo Company30 Y/O45 Y/O55 Y/O
Farm Bureau$943$740$546
Allied$980$765$580
Progressive$1,045$802$609
State Farm$1,089$814$632
Farmers$1,131$843$655
GEICO$1,176$855$689
Allstate$1,212$889$712

Alamogordo was founded in 1898. It the same year, the El Paso and Northwestern Railroad first entered the city.

Alamogordo derived its name from the many cottonwood trees in the area.

It is known for the Trinity Test, or the first test explosion of an atomic bomb.

Today, it is a planned community with over 30,000 residents.

Carlsbad, NM

Carlsbad, NM low-cost premium choices for all drivers.

Drivers in Carlsbad can find the cheapest car insurance by getting quotes from Farm Bureau, Progressive, and Allied.

We queried each at $911, $935, and $978 per year for a 30 year old.

All three carriers offer quotes over 24% lower than the median rate for similar age drivers.

State Farm and Farmers offer competitive quotes with prices at $1,032 and $1,065.

A 45 year old can find cheap quotes with Farm Bureau and Progressive.

Both insurers queried at $732 and $745 respectfully for full coverage.

Or over 21% lower than the median quote.

A 55 year old can find the best choices with Farm Bureau, Progressive and Allied.

All three are under $600 per year. Farm Bureau is the lowest at $537.

Progressive and Allied are competitive with quotes at $545 and $571 respectfully.

Carlsbad Company30 Y/O45 Y/O55 Y/O
Farm Bureau$911$732$537
Progressive$935$745$545
Allied$978$790$571
State Farm$1,032$825$609
Farmers$1,065$868$612
GEICO$1,087$895$632
Allstate$1,138$912$658

Carlsbad has population of approximately 26,000 residents and over 55,000 in the micropolitan area.

It was originally named Eddy in 1888.

In 1899 Eddy became Carlsbad and named after the Bohemia’s famous spa “Carlsbad.” 

Carlsbad is a hub for potash mining, petroleum production, and tourism.

Today, the city is experiencing a boom. 

The area is leading in the production of oil and natural gases across the entire area, causing an increase in the employment rate.

Resources & Department of Motor Vehicles

Department of InsuranceDepartment of TransportationMotor Vehicle Division
4th, 1120 Paseo De Peralta, Santa Fe, NM 87501
(855) 427-5674
7500 Pan American East Fwy NE, Albuquerque, NM 87109
(505) 798-6600
801 4th St NW, Albuquerque, NM 87102
(505) 764-6650
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Final Thoughts

If you are comparing insurance quotes or looking to reduce your monthly premium, you want to be sure to talk to the broker/agent about each of the quotes you have and ask about other coverage that may be needed.

Sources

http://www.rmiia.org/auto/

http://www.mvd.newmexico.gov/vehicle-insurance.aspx

https://www.libertymutual.com/auto/car-insurance-coverage/new-mexico

https://www.dmv.org/nm-new-mexico/car-insurance.php

http://www.naic.org/

http://www.iihs.org/

Greg Fowler
Managing Member of AutoInsureSavings LLC, Greg enjoys writing articles to help drivers save on anything related to automobiles. Travel and enjoying the outdoors are some of his hobbies. The best way to reach him is at Google+ or Facebook Profile.

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