The Gecko Continues His (Tiny) Journey Across America

Our beloved GEICO Gecko has made a number of new stops on his never-ending journey across America to tell people how GEICO could help them save on insurance. This past year, he stopped by Norfolk, Va., to take a special tour of the USS Wisconsin, stopped at the Virginia/Tennessee border, and toured a Silicon Valley server farm:

Of course, after all his travels, the Gecko took some time off to unwind at home in his lovely New York apartment, and struggles to find parking in the city:

Of course, he never goes anywhere without GEICO Emergency Roadside Service. It certainly came in handy during this little adventure:

Stay tuned for more great Gecko commercials coming soon in 2016! In the meantime, check out more great commercials.

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  1. Carol LeMay says

    I absolutely love the gecko commercials. I’d like to see him visit the Four Corner in Colorado so he can visit four states in one commercial.

  2. Cyndi says

    I can’t stand the weird new commercials‼️ The stupid green blob & other things don’t compute to Geiko.?? The Geko is always great ?

  3. Jim says

    The British Sports Car scene shows two different cars. The first car is a MGA (MG), and the car he drives up to park is a TR3 (Triumph)

  4. brenda hasenei says

    Feel in love with the geko from the start, who ever thought of this little guy is brillant, I never fail to laugh at his quipts and adorable personnia. hes the most commercial that makes you stop and watch and listen , instead of the usual commerical look away. more gecko!!!!!!!

  5. Bob Coons says

    Related:
    Valet Gecko commercial
    The car looks like an MG in the beginning but at rhe end looks like a triumph TR3.
    What kind of car are they?

  6. Theresa Maynard says

    Love all the commercials with the little Gecko. Don’t ever stop them. They are to cute. He is a joy to watch after all the stuff that’s on TV these days. He always makes us smile.

  7. Dave Rosato says

    Why is he sitting behind the dashboard of a 1960 MGA then he is driving a 1960 TR-3? I have a red MGA and got excited at the beginning of the commercial.

  8. Richard Hudgins says

    Your lizard is apparently driving an MGA in the driving scene then he turns a Triumph TR 3 over to the valet. MG and Triumph had the sort of rivalry that Ford and Chevy guys did. I owned a 59 TR 3.

    • Steve Held says

      It drove me crazy to see the MGA in the driving scene and a TR3 in the parking scene. The production company must think the viewers are a bunch of dummies.

      • diecuts says

        I think it’s great to see British sports cars in a national commercial. I have both cars and it is fun to see even though they seem to mix them up at will.