Franklin Insurance Agency

2345 Southern Blvd SE Ste C4,
Rio Rancho, NM 87124, United States

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Required Auto Insurance in New Mexico

Driving in New Mexico means seeing breathtaking vistas and an amazing landscape, but it also requires a specific amount of auto insurance. Without these minimum coverages, you can face stiff penalties from the state. If you need auto insurance, or you want to raise the amount you have, call us at Franklin Insurance Agency in Rio Rancho, NM. 

Bodily Injury Auto Coverage

To drive in New Mexico, you must have some mandatory minimums of auto insurance. This includes a specific minimum amount for the injury or death of a person and another for the injury or death of two or more people. This bodily injury coverage pays the medical bills of those injured or killed in an accident that is your fault. You must carry proof of this insurance coverage in your vehicle. 

Property Damage

It is also required that you have a specific amount of coverage to cover all of the property damage you do in an accident in which you are at fault. This type of coverage is often used to pay for the damage to another person’s vehicle, but it can also cover the damage done to houses, landscaping, commercial property, and anything else that was damaged by your vehicle. You must also carry proof of this insurance and show it upon request. 

Call to Make an Appointment

If you aren’t sure if you have enough coverage, or you want a new auto policy, call us at Franklin Insurance Agency in Rio Rancho, NM. Make an appointment to talk about your auto insurance needs with an insurance agent. You may want to boost the amount of auto coverage you have to better fit today’s medical and property expenses. If you don’t have enough insurance to pay for either bodily injury or property damage, you could be forced to pay for them out of pocket.