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Auto Insurance in and around Freeland

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Darting deer, flying objects, and a rollover, oh my! Even the most experienced drivers know that sometimes the unexpected happens. No one knows what to expect around the next bend.

Looking for great auto insurance in Freeland?

Time to get a move on, safely.

Great Coverage For A Variety Of Vehicles

That’s why you need State Farm auto insurance. Whatever you drive—whether it’s a recreational vehicle, golf-car, or classic car— coverage from State Farm gives you confidence for the day ahead. State Farm Agent Roger Richter is ready to help you navigate life’s road with high-quality coverage for all your auto insurance needs. Such attentive service is what sets State Farm apart from the rest. And it won’t stop once your policy is signed. If trouble finds you on the road, State Farm is there to handle your claim promptly and reliably.

Don’t let accidents create a problem! Contact State Farm Agent Roger Richter today and see the advantages of State Farm auto insurance.

Simple Insights®

How to check tire pressure

Maintaining proper tire pressure is often overlooked by drivers until they need to swerve or brake unexpectedly. Find out how to check and maintain proper tire pressure.

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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Roger Richter

State Farm® Insurance Agent
Office Address:
122 S Main Street
Suite 3
Freeland, MI 48623-8918
Map & Directions

Would you like to create a personalized auto quote?

Profile photo of a State Farm Agent named: Roger Richter

Roger Richter

State Farm® Insurance Agent
Office Address:
122 S Main Street
Suite 3
Freeland, MI 48623-8918
Map & Directions

Simple Insights®

How to check tire pressure

Maintaining proper tire pressure is often overlooked by drivers until they need to swerve or brake unexpectedly. Find out how to check and maintain proper tire pressure.

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.