Let’s face it, most drivers in Colorado Springs don’t think about auto insurance on a daily basis. For most of us, once we buy a policy we tend to forget about it at least until it comes time to pay our premium.
Yet, this is a bit of shame because it means many if not most drivers end up paying too much for their car insurance. A simple online quote could save you hundreds of dollars each year. Better yet, since you’re already here you can get one right now, just by using the quote form above. Simply enter your Colorado Springs zip code and follow the instructions.
Listings For Colorado Springs Insurance Agents
If you would prefer to use a local agent we can help you too. Below you will find links to agent listings from each of the major insurance companies with agents in Colorado Springs.
Colorado Springs Allstate Insurance Agents
You have a choice of 26 car insurance agents in Colorado Springs, who are a part of the Allstate Insurance Company.
Colorado Springs Farmers Insurance Agents
Colorado Springs boasts having more than 50 licensed Farmers insurance agents.
Colorado Springs Geico Insurance Agents
There is one Geico insurance agent serving Colorado Springs.
Colorado Springs Progressive Insurance Agents
You can find 12 agents/brokers in Colorado Springs who sell Progressive car insurance.
Colorado Springs State Farm Insurance Agents
You will find 32 State Farm agents in Colorado Springs.
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Your insurance agency not listed? If you own an insurance agency that operates in Colorado Springs and would like to be included in our listings above please use our contact form. At the current time we do not accept individual agent listings except as part of our paid featured listing option.
Colorado Springs Car Insurance Rates
The state of Colorado is among the more affordable when it comes to insuring a car. However, drivers in Colorado Springs itself have to pay a little bit more than the state average for coverage. According to CarInsurance.com the typical driver in the city will pay about $1,438 per year for coverage. Over $200 more a year than the state average, but still $200 below the US national average.
Accident and Driving Information For Colorado Springs
Figuring out accident and driving information for Colorado Springs can be a little tricky. There are both good and bad things to consider about the city. First, let’s look at the good. The city suffers from relatively few traffic problems. For example, the INRIX National Traffic Scorecard found that the city is only the 85th most congested in the country. Better still, according to the Allstate America’s Best Drivers Report™, Colorado Springs drivers only get in accidents every 11.9 years on average. This is 16% less often than drivers in other cities and also means that it is the 11th longest interval of any city studied.
The only bad news about driving in Colorado Springs is that when accidents do occur, they can often be fatal. Data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration shows that in 2010 there were 41 road deaths in El Paso County (Colorado Springs is the county seat); the most of any county in the state. Thus be careful when you’re on the road, and don’t drink and drive. Getting a traffic report wouldn’t hurt either.
Colorado Auto Insurance Laws You Need To Know About
You can learn more about Colorado’s insurance laws from our Colorado auto insurance information page. You’ll want to pay particular attention to the minimum insurance requirements, which are quite low and other important laws, such as carrying proof of insurance. Please read all sections before buying a policy.
Get A Quote For Colorado Springs Auto Insurance
On the other hand, if you feel comfortable buying your insurance coverage now, start by getting free quotes for Colorado Springs auto insurance. You can start now just by entering your zip code. You’ll then be matched with companies looking to offer coverage exactly where you live. A simple and easy way to save money on your coverage.