State law requires that every driver in Tennessee must be insured. We know you have
options, and we thank you for giving us a chance to serve you. As a Tennessee insurance
company, we only serve residents of the state with Tennessee-registered vehicles. Simply
enter your driver and vehicle information, select coverage details, submit contact
information, and await your quote!
At Farm Bureau, we understand that it’s much more than a house. It’s your home. That’s why
we offer a broad range of property and liability coverage to help you find the right fit.
To determine what type of coverage is appropriate, begin by taking an inventory of your
home, create a list, take photos, record video, and don’t forget to make copies. Then get
your quote—right here.
When it comes to life insurance, options abound. From term- and whole-life plans to
universal life and annuities, Farm Bureau is well-versed and experienced at matching
customers with the right plan for specific situations and individual needs. As with our
auto and home plans, fair quotes on Farm Bureau life insurance coverage are quickly and
easily accessible, here at our site.
New drivers between the ages of 16 and 17 are eligible for The First Mile, a program from
Farm Bureau that helps new drivers navigate their first miles on the road, safely and
successfully. The First Mile offers up to 10-percent savings on auto insurance for
eligible, accident-free drivers. The First Mile begins with completion of our online
course and a related meeting with an agent.
Our Knoxville - Asheville Hwy Farm Bureau Insurance Agents are ready to help
Good planets are hard to find. Let's be kind to the one we've got.
- Farmer Charlie
Wax on, wax off!
Here are some helpful tips to wash your whip this spring:
• Not all soaps are created equal. Don't reach for the dish soap when you decide you want to wash your car this weekend. It has chemicals that strip through the coat of protective wax causing damage to the paint. Be sure and use detergents made specifically for automobiles.
• Always wash your wheels and tires first. They can be easily rinsed off after you finish the rest of the car.
• Your car's exterior takes a beatin' every season. Be sure to bring some elbow grease and reapply wax every couple of months to protect the paint.
Safety Tip AutoA few easy steps in the right direction can add up to a safer drive with minimal
effort. Buckle up, slow down, allow plenty of travel time, and avoid the impulse to use your cell
phone. It can wait.Safety Tip HomeWinterizing your home before the coldest months arrive can result in a safer, more
comfortable retreat from the ice and snow to come. Clean gutters and insulated pipes mean fewer
accidents.Safety Tip LifeStay active, but stay safe outside by keeping a few simple rules in mind. When
walking, stick to well-lit pathways and wear reflective, visible clothing. When cycling, always
wear a helmet.