Personal auto insurance customers may be eligible for two money-saving enhancements for their auto policy: new vehicle replacement coverage and accident forgiveness protection.
Between old-fashioned weekly newspapers and by-the-minute social media updates, Farm Bureau agents keep up with a lot of changes in our member’s lives. However, there are some things that don’t get posted on social media. That’s why it’s crucial to have an annual review with your Virginia Farm Bureau insurance agent.
Virginia Farm Bureau personal auto insurance customers may be able to take advantage of two new features depending on the type of auto policy they have. The new enhancements provide new vehicle replacement coverage and accident forgiveness protection.
Virginia Farm Bureau customers with towing and labor coverage on auto insurance policies now get roadside assistance at no additional charge!
Virginia requires you to have the minimal liability insurance or pay an uninsured motorist fee. But even a tiny fender bender could result in more property damage than the state minimum covers. Get real-world advice from one of our agents.
Anytime a family increases in size, it’s time to think about your insurance coverage.
Whether you’ve recently had a baby, adopted a child or brought into your household an adult who needs care, it’s important to note the possible insurance implications and talk with your agent.
It’s not always easy to discuss, but it’s important to know what to do in the event a loved one dies.
Whether auto, home, life, or health, Virginia Farm Bureau Insurance has you covered. Get an insurance quote today.
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