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Auto Insurance in and around Amarillo

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On any given day when you are traveling on the interstate, sometimes bad things happen. Because falling objects or wind storms can happen to anyone, anytime, you need car insurance coverage you can rely on.

Amarillo's first choice car insurance is right here

Time to get a move on, safely.

Great Coverage For Every Insurable Vehicle

Even better—reliable coverage from State Farm is possible for a wide array of vehicles, from scooters to motorcycles to sedans to smart cars.

But the coverage doesn’t stop there. Did you know State Farm also covers ATVs, golf carts, trail bikes, and snowmobiles?! With State Farm Agent Russ Glaze, a policy can be aligned to your assortment of vehicles as well as your situational needs to include options like Emergency Roadside Service (ERS) coverage and car rental insurance.

Simple Insights®

Ways to help with teen driving safety

Teenage speeding is a major problem, causing fatal car accidents throughout the US. These driving tips can help prevent speeding and help teens drive safer.

Staying safe at railroad crossings

It may be tempting to accelerate or drive across the railroad tracks against the signal but the risk is too high. Use common sense.

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Russ Glaze

State Farm® Insurance Agent
Office Address:
5001 Lexington Square
Amarillo, TX 79119
Map & Directions

Would you like to create a personalized auto quote?

Profile photo of a State Farm Agent named: Russ Glaze

Russ Glaze

State Farm® Insurance Agent
Office Address:
5001 Lexington Square
Amarillo, TX 79119
Map & Directions

Simple Insights®

Ways to help with teen driving safety

Teenage speeding is a major problem, causing fatal car accidents throughout the US. These driving tips can help prevent speeding and help teens drive safer.

Staying safe at railroad crossings

It may be tempting to accelerate or drive across the railroad tracks against the signal but the risk is too high. Use common sense.