The Constitution State
Did you know?
The first automobile law was passed here in 1901 when the speed limit was set at 12 miles per hour.
Graduated Driver's Licensing in Connecticut
Graduated licensing introduces beginners to the driving experience in a low-risk manner, protecting both new drivers and others. GDL includes limits on late-night unsupervised driving and the number of teenage passengers in the car—factors that are known to contribute to high teen accident rates. The IIHS has resources for GDL laws in Connecticut and our teen driving section also offers a more comprehensive explanation.
Surf the State
We've created a few shortcuts to help save you time:
- Are you planning to move to Connecticut?
Find out how to register your car in Connecticut.
- Know before you go
Visit the Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles website for address information and hours of operation.
Defensive Driver Discount
When you become a GEICO policyholder, you could be eligible for a discount by passing an authorized defensive driver program in Connecticut.
Check out our free auto insurance rate quote for Connecticut
You can start your Connecticut car insurance rate quote and then manage your policy online. From paying your bill, to making changes to cars or drivers on your policy, to reporting a claim—it's all at your fingertips. GEICO is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Like to play in the snow?
GEICO also offers snowmobile insurance, so keep us in mind when the white stuff starts falling.