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Auto Insurance in and around Bristol

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Why choose State Farm to insure your vehicle? Lots of reasons! But most importantly, State Farm is the leading provider of auto insurance and offers reliable, flexible coverage with a variety of savings options available.

Auto owners in the Bristol area, State Farm can help with your insurance needs.

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Great Coverage For Every Insurable Vehicle

With State Farm, you won’t have to sort it out alone. Your State Farm Agent Ron Mathews can help you understand your coverage options. You'll get the reliable auto insurance coverage you need.

Plus, your coverage can be aligned with your lifestyle, to include things like rideshare insurance and car rental insurance. And you can cover a variety of vehicles—whether it's a business vehicle, motor scooter, recreational vehicle, or antique car.

Simple Insights®

Protect your kids from heatstroke in hot cars

Leaving kids in hot cars is dangerous. Protect your child in and around a hot car with these tips.

How likely are you to have an animal collision?

What can you do to avoid hitting animals when driving? This animal collision study from State Farm ranks states by the chance potential drivers had of hitting an animal.

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Ron Mathews

State Farm® Insurance Agent
Office Address:
939 Volunteer Parkway
Bristol, TN 37620-4262
Map & Directions

Would you like to create a personalized auto quote?

Profile photo of a State Farm Agent named: Ron Mathews

Ron Mathews

State Farm® Insurance Agent
Office Address:
939 Volunteer Parkway
Bristol, TN 37620-4262
Map & Directions

Simple Insights®

Protect your kids from heatstroke in hot cars

Leaving kids in hot cars is dangerous. Protect your child in and around a hot car with these tips.

How likely are you to have an animal collision?

What can you do to avoid hitting animals when driving? This animal collision study from State Farm ranks states by the chance potential drivers had of hitting an animal.