Car Insurance In Jacksonville, FL

Auto Insurance For Jacksonville And The First Coast

As the largest city (by area) in the nation, driving can be a little more involved in Jacksonville than other American cities. A big city means lots of cars, increasing the chance of accidents. Having the right car insurance is important in Jacksonville, FL. Whether you're driving through Duval County, a city named after President Andrew Jackson, or any other county, we're here to help. We offer affordable auto insurance rates with exceptional customer service, including experienced insurance agents who are ready to serve you in Jacksonville and Orange Park. Drivers in Jacksonville and the entire First Coast can call or click to get a fast and free car insurance quote today.

Some regard Jacksonville as the birthplace of southern rock, and it's easy to see why when bands like The Allman Brothers and Lynyrd Skynyrd (originally named My Backyard) started in The River City. You know what goes great with some sweet southern rock? Hanging out at the beach—and Jacksonville has got plenty of that. No matter where you live, you're an hour drive away from a beach, and with a beach season that starts in March and ends in September, there's plenty of time to get your tan on.

Required Minimum Coverages In Jacksonville, FL

It's important for drivers from Jacksonville to Middleburg to get the right auto insurance coverage on their vehicle. GEICO offers different coverage options to fit your needs and budget, but basic insurance coverage required for every driver.

Minimum requirements for auto insurance in Jacksonville, FL:

  • Bodily Injury coverage*: $10,000 per person / $20,000 per accident
  • Property Damage coverage: $10,000 per accident
  • Uninsured Motorist coverage*: $10,000 per person / $20,000 per accident
  • Personal Liability Protection (PIP): $10,000

Driving In Jacksonville, FL

Jacksonville is a big city, which makes it a bit more difficult to navigate. Thankfully, traffic congestion is low, but you still need a car because the city isn't very walkable. The three interstate highways in Jacksonville are I-10, I-95, and I-295, and they form a beltway around the city. The intersection between I-10 and I-95 is the busiest one in the city, so taking extra precaution when you're on the highway in that area is a good idea.

More Info On Florida Car Insurance

You can learn more about Florida car insurance on the GEICO Florida Car Insurance page. You'll find information that'll help you make the right choice when it comes to the right insurance coverage for your car.

*Bodily Injury liability and Uninsured Motorist coverages can be waived.