Whether it's sunscreen for Lake Tahoe, or a ski jacket for Mt. Rose, the right coverage is important in Reno. Allstate wants to make sure you have the right auto insurance coverage as well, so you can rest assured your vehicle is properly protected the next time you hit the road.
Allstate auto insurance may help protect you from costly out-of-pocket expenses after an accident. There are a number of Allstate agents ready to assist, from downtown Reno over to Sparks, and beyond McCarran Boulevard all the way to Lake Tahoe. Contact a local Allstate agent in the Reno area to start creating a customized policy that fits your needs.
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To help ensure your protection while driving in Nevada, the Nevada Division of Insurance mandates you have at least the following amount of coverage:
Although these are the required insurance minimums set by the state, you are able to add more coverage to your policy. Talk to a local Allstate agent and start building a policy that's right for you.
How Allstate Makes a Difference
There are additional coverages Allstate offers that you may want to consider adding to your auto insurance policy. Uninsured motorist insurance in Nevada may help protect you if you get into an accident with a driver who does not have car insurance. Additionally, collision insurance may help pay for damage to your vehicle if you get into an accident. Comprehensive insurance may be able to help you pay for damage to your car that isn't caused by an accident such as fire, theft or vandalism.
If you own a home and have your homeowners insurance policy through Allstate, you may be able to bundle it with your auto insurance policy to get an Allstate multi-policy discount.
Insurance Resources in Reno
- The Nevada Division of Insurance is home to resources that can help you find information on the state's insurance requirements, as well as answers to frequently asked questions about consumer protections.
- The Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles website provides information regarding driving violations, vehicle registration, license renewal and more.
Tips for Driving in Reno
As of 2012, there is a ban and fine for using handheld devices to talk, type or read while driving, according to the Nevada Department of Transportation (DOT). Drivers should never drive distracted and avoid using handheld devices.
To help keep your vehicle safe and prepared for driving in the summer heat, it may be a good idea to check your wiper blades for wear and tear, check all of the vehicle's fluid levels regularly and check your tire pressure monthly, says the Nevada DOT.