Johnson City Farm Bureau Insurance

Our Johnson City Farm Bureau Insurance agents are here to help you for all of your home, car, and life insurance needs. Contact us today, and find out why Johnson City turns to us for insurance. Farm Bureau Insurance of Tennessee has agents in more communities than any other insurance company. We cover more homes and autos in Tennessee than any other insurance company. We are the number one writer of individual life insurance policies in the state.

Address
503 Princeton Rd Ste A,
Johnson City TN 37601-2054
Phone
423-283-4780
Fax
423-283-4528
Office Hours
Monday - Friday 8:30 - 5
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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.
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Find out more about Farm Bureau Insurance’s Home, Auto, and Life plans
Auto Insurance
Affordable auto insurance provided with award-winning customer service has 97 percent of our policyholders renewing their premiums year after year.
Home Insurance
Protect your home with one of the nation's top-rated home insurance companies. Get the policy that's right for you today.
Life Insurance
Rest easy knowing your family is taken care of with the number one writer of individual life insurance in Tennessee.
First Mile
The First Mile helps new drivers get through their first miles safely. Farm Bureau Insurance offers as much as 10 percent savings on auto insurance to accident-free 16- and 17-year-old drivers
Wisdom is knowing when to speak your mind and when to mind your speech. - Farmer Charlie  
  Tenn-ovations and Inventions

Here in Tennessee, we might be full of Southern hospitality and sweet tea, but we're also no strangers to ingenuity. From Graceland to the Bristol Motor Speedway, plenty of Tennesseans have made their own inventive footprints on America. Here are just a few:

Cotton Candy

Sugar lovers, thank Nashville for this one. In 1897, William Morrison and John C. Wharton invented a way to spin heated sugar into what that they originally called "fairy floss:' If only it was as good for your teeth as regular floss is.

Touchscreen

If you're scrolling through this email on your smartphone or tablet right now, you can thank the Volunteer State. Believe it or not, the first touchscreen monitor came from Oak Ridge in 1977 and was first shown off to the public during the 1982 World's Fair in Knoxville.

Mini-golf

The first patented miniature golf course was built in Chattanooga by Garnet Carter. Carter opened "Tom Thumb Golf," as he called it, on Lookout Mountain in 1927 in hopes of drawing traffic to a hotel he owned- a real hole-in-one idea, if you ask me.

Safety Tips
  Safety Tip Auto A 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 Home Winterizing 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 Life Stay 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.