Our Lincoln agents live and work in the communities they serve, so they know what it's like to drive around the Star City. Like the trials of navigating the overwhelmed highways on a Huskers game day. The thrill of bringing visitors to the Capitol for the observatory's sweeping views. Or the unique experiencing of carting a van-full of kids to a birthday at the Lincoln Children's Museum.
And while Lincoln recently ranked as the fifth safest driving city in the country (local motorists are reportedly 19 percent less likely to get in an accident than national drivers), it's comforting to know there's a nearby advisor to help if the unthinkable does happen.
No matter how you spend your time behind the wheel (making a food run to chow down on a Runza? Taking your car over to the history-making vehicles at the Museum of American Speed?), there's a local Allstate advisor to help at every turn.See Nebraska coverage requirements
Helpful Services For Lincoln Drivers.
Navigating your way around Lincoln smoothly takes more than auto insurance. These local resources can help.
- Before you hit the road, check out the different construction areas and current traffic in Lincoln.
- Allstate roadside services can come in handy for that flat tire or check engine light on I-80.
- You can visit the central location of the Department of Motor Vehicles at 500 W. O St., Lincoln, NE 68528.
- If you're new to Lincoln, update your driver's license and change your address online.