Whether you’re pitching a tent at Huguenot Park for a weekend of camping, or visiting the massive Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve, there are plenty of parks to visit in Jacksonville. It isn't just the largest city in the United States in terms of square mileage – Jacksonville is also home to the largest urban park network in America, according to Visit Jacksonville. With so many great places to visit, you’ll need insurance that helps protect you from mayhem while exploring what Jacksonville has to offer.
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According to the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, your customized Allstate policy needs to include the following coverages:
- Bodily injury: $10,000 for one person in one accident or $20,000 for more than one person in one accident
- Property damage liability: $10,000 per accident
- Personal injury protection (PIP): $10,000 per accident
For up-to-date information on insurance requirements in Florida, visit the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles. Allstate agents in the Jacksonville area are ready to meet with you and discuss your coverage options and needs.
How Allstate Makes a Difference
With Your Choice Auto® you may be able to add numerous helpful features to your policy including Accident Forgiveness and Safe Driving Bonus Checks®. Visit the Safe Driving Bonus® Check page for more information on Your Choice Auto®.
Allstate's mobile app conveniently lets you review your policy on your phone. Start your personalized quote today, or get in touch with a local Allstate agent to customize a policy that meets your needs.
Jacksonville Auto Resources
Check out these great resources for more information on various car-related inquiries in Jacksonville, Florida:
Tips for Driving in Jacksonville
Jacksonville gets about 52 inches of rain each year, according to Visit Jacksonville. Hydroplaning can be a risk when driving in wet conditions, especially in the first 10 minutes of light rain, says The American Safety Council. Watch your speed carefully, and always drive according to weather conditions. The America Safety Council also recommends that you try to avoid hard braking and try not to make any quick, sharp turns while driving in wet conditions.
The Florida Department of Transportation has singled out distracted driving as a traffic safety concern with its "Just Put it Down" campaign. Help make sure you know how to stay safe on the road. You can also quiz yourself on how much you know about distracted driving.