Auto insurance premiums in Arkansas have increased by a whopping 165% since 2005. Today the average auto insurance policy in Arkansas is $1,926. This huge price increase means it is more important than ever for customers to shop around and compare rates.
By better educating yourself about the insurance process you can cut your insurance costs down dramatically.
Quotes Available in ALL of Arkansas, including Little Rock, Fort Smith, Fayetteville, North Little Rock, Jonesboro, Springdale, Pine Bluff, Conway, Rogers, and Hot Springs.
What is the Mandatory Amount of Insurance Needed in Arkansas?
Here you will find the minimum bodily injury and property damage liability required in Arkansas.
Bodily Injury Liability — Minimum required by law is $25,000 per person and $50,000 per accident.
Property Damage Liability — Minimum required by law is $25,000 per accident.
Want to learn more about the different types of mandatory and optional coverages read our article, Types of Car Insurance Coverages.
How To Make a Complaint Against an Insurance Company in Arkansas
Have an unresolved complaint? If you have not been able to resolve a dispute with an insurance company you may contact the department of Arkansas state government for assistance.
Arkansas Insurance Dept.
Consumer Services Div.
1200 W. Third St.
Little Rock, AR 72201-1904