Driving in Las Vegas can be a bear. And it's no wonder, with more than 39 million visitors adding to the existing local population of two million each year. With a steady stream of traffic on all the main arteries, roadways filled with rental cars, and a seemingly endless sea of red lights, it's important to have a dependable policy in place.
That's where our local agents come in. Whether you're near the Strip in Paradise, in one of the villages in Summerlin, or down in Henderson, you'll find there's a nearby advisor to help you decide on coverage that keeps you well protected, without burning a hole in your pocket (that's what the occasional game of Black Jack on Freemont Street is for).
So, whether you're heading out on Highway 159 to do the Red Rock Canyon loop, throwing your clubs in the car for a few rounds at Desert Pines, or driving over for a day of shopping at Town Square, you'll feel protected anywhere you go in 600-square-mile basin that makes up the beautiful Las Vegas Valley.See Nevada coverage requirements
Resources For Las Vegas Drivers.
Getting around Las Vegas takes more than car insurance. Check out these local resources that make your ride smoother.
- Take a look at the construction areas and current traffic in Las Vegas before you head out.
- Out of gas on I-240? Flat tire on your trip? Allstate Roadside Services can help.
- The central branch for Department of Motor Vehicles is located 2701 E. Sahara Ave., Las Vegas, NV 89104.
- You can update your driver's license online with your new address if you've recently moved to Las Vegas.