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Auto Insurance in and around Mt Washington

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State Farm Has Coverages For Your Needs

Everyone knows that State Farm has great auto insurance. From sedans to smart cars, scooters to motorcycles, we offer a wide variety of coverages.

Looking for great auto insurance around the Mt Washington area?

Time to get a move on, safely.

Agent Brandon Noe, At Your Service

But there are lots of ways to get where you are going and move from Point A to Point B. State Farm also offers insurance for snowmobiles, canoes, van campers, camping trailers, and ATVs. Whatever you drive, State Farm has you covered and is ready to serve with great savings options and attentive service. Plus, your coverage can be personalized, to include things like Emergency Roadside Service (ERS) coverage and car rental insurance.

Mt Washington drivers, are you ready to find out what the State Farm brand can do for you? Visit State Farm Agent Brandon Noe today.

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Brandon Noe

State Farm® Insurance Agent
Office Address:
10250 Highway 44
Mt Washington, KY 40047-6318
Map & Directions

Would you like to create a personalized auto quote?

Profile photo of a State Farm Agent named: Brandon Noe

Brandon Noe

State Farm® Insurance Agent
Office Address:
10250 Highway 44
Mt Washington, KY 40047-6318
Map & Directions

Simple Insights®

How to jump start a car

Jumping a car battery can be a handy skill should you or a friend need a restart. Check out this guide on the basics of how to jump start a car.

Staying safe at railroad crossings

It may be tempting to accelerate or drive across the railroad tracks against the signal but the risk is too high. Use common sense.