One of the downsides of Austin's big growth boom is the traffic. From Round Rock to the UT Austin campus, Interstate 35 is among the nation's worst when it comes to congestion. Add in the 19 million tourists that visit Greater Austin each year, and the roadways are seemingly on permanent gridlock.
That's why the insights of a local agent are so key. Whether you're shopping for your first policy or simply looking for more dependable coverage, there's a nearby agent to help you craft a policy that reflects where and how you live.
Of course, when you're heading out to park and eat at a food truck, strapping a canoe to your roof for a day of paddling on Lady Bird Lake, or doing any sort of driving in and around Austin, you'll still have to plan activities with the traffic in mind. But you'll rest easier doing it all when you've put all the right protections in place — for you and your car.See Texas coverage requirements
Useful Links For Austin Drivers.
Getting around Austin 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 Austin before you head out.
- Out of gas on Mopac? Flat tire on your trip? Allstate roadside services can help.
- The central branch of the Department of Public Safety is located at 200 E. Riverside DR., Austin, TX 78704.
- You can update your driver's license online with your new address if you've recently moved.