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Shopping for cheaper car insurance premiums is not fun. You have better things to do with your time. But that’s our job – We shop and research so you pay less for your coverage. Twin Falls actually features very affordable options from many of the nation’s top-rated companies. Some of the carriers with the most competitive pricing include Oregon Mutual, American National, Progressive, Geico, USAA, Auto-Owners, State Farm, American Family, Nationwide, Allied, MetLife, and Grange. Additional companies are used for specialty situations, such as commercial risks, antique or classic vehicles, and high-risk or non-standard drivers. If a driver's license needs to be reinstated, and SR-22 Bond may be required. Additional information is always found on our website. Local agents can also be contacted on Blue Lakes Boulevard, Gooding Street, Fairfield Street, Filer Avenue, Addison Avenue, Gooding Street West, Shoshone Street North, Kimberly Road, River Vista Place, and Washington Street North.
Idaho drivers must properly register their vehicles and meet the state minimum liability requirement of $25,000 per person, $50,000 per accident, and $15,000 of property damage. Uninsured and underinsured most also be offered, although you can reject this benefit. Medical payments, towing and labor, and rental reimbursement are typically optional. Collision and comprehensive coverage is mandatory for financed or leased vehicles. $500 and $250 deductibles are the most popular option. GAP coverage is available to protect against an unexpected total loss when leasing.
Separate coverage is offered for recreational vehicles, motorcycles, motor homes, mobile homes, ATVs, and investment rental property. By bundling policies with one carrier, often the rates will be discounted. Additional property and casualty products (along with investment and life insurance products) are often offered by many carriers. Commercial property and large group coverage is typically covered by specific insurers that specialize in those particular risks.
The Idaho DMV helps enforce these minimum requirements and also provides consumer assistance with licensing, vehicle titles and registration, preparing trucks for interstate travel, paying citations online, and many other services. You can also order an abstract of your driving record. If you are a new resident, you may be required to pass a written and/or driving test. Your old policy will have to be updated to reflect Idaho State regulations. If you are moving to a different state, we can email the steps you need to take, to ensure a smooth transition of driving records. Vehicle dealers can also view regulations regarding conducting their business.
Consumers are also helped by the Idaho Department of Insurance (DOI) who monitors and regulate companies that do business in the state. This includes auto, home, life, disability, Medicare, Medicaid, and other related products. Senior Medigap coverage is also monitored. Laws and rules are discussed and updated when any changes occur. NOTE: Additional cities in the area that we offer the lowest rates, include Jerome, Chubbock, Pocatello, Boise, Eagle, Burley, Nampa, Mountain Home, Rupert, and Blackfoot. Local zip codes with low rates include 83303, 83301, 83321, 83316, 83321, 83341, 83328, 83355, 83324, 83347, 83350, 83323, 83342, 83346, 89825, 89826, and 83325. NOTE: Other counties in the area with attractive rates include Cassia, Jerome, Lincoln, Owyhee, Gooding, and Oneida.
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