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Auto Insurance in and around Albuquerque

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Here When The Unexpected Arrives

Falling objects, vandalism, and wind storms, oh my! Even the most mindful drivers know that sometimes mishaps occur. No one knows what to expect down the road.

Albuquerque's top choice for car insurance

Time to get a move on, safely.

Coverage From Here To There And Everywhere In Between

With Greg Shamas's assistance, you'll get flexible coverage for your vehicles, from pickup trucks to SUVs. And Agent Greg Shamas can share more information about State Farm's savings options—such as our Safe Driver Program and Drive Safe & Save™—and a wide range of policy inclusions—such as Emergency Roadside Service (ERS) coverage and rideshare insurance.

Don’t let mishaps create a problem! Visit State Farm Agent Greg Shamas today and learn more about see which coverage fits your needs with State Farm auto insurance.

Simple Insights®

Calculate how soon to buy your next car

Is it better to buy a new car or keep the older one? This car depreciation calculator can help you determine how much your car is worth.

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.

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Greg Shamas

State Farm® Insurance Agent
Office Address:
9680 Eagle Ranch Road NW Suite 2
Albuquerque, NM 87114-1581
Map & Directions

Would you like to create a personalized auto quote?

Profile photo of a State Farm Agent named: Greg Shamas

Greg Shamas

State Farm® Insurance Agent
Office Address:
9680 Eagle Ranch Road NW Suite 2
Albuquerque, NM 87114-1581
Map & Directions

Simple Insights®

Calculate how soon to buy your next car

Is it better to buy a new car or keep the older one? This car depreciation calculator can help you determine how much your car is worth.

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.