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Auto Insurance in and around QUEEN CREEK

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State Farm Has Coverages For Your Needs

Theft, falling objects, and cracked windshields, oh my! Even the most mindful drivers know that sometimes mishaps occur. No one knows what to expect down the highway.

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

Let's hit the road, wisely

Great Coverage For Every Insurable Vehicle

With Jeff "JJ" Jirele's assistance, you'll get reliable coverage for your vehicles, from sedans to smart cars. And Agent Jeff "JJ" Jirele can share more information about State Farm's savings options—such as our Safe Driver Program and Steer Clear®—and a wide range of policy inclusions—such as rideshare insurance and Emergency Roadside Service (ERS) coverage.

Don’t let mishaps get in your way! Contact State Farm Agent Jeff "JJ" Jirele today and explore the advantages of State Farm auto insurance.

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Jeff "JJ" Jirele

State Farm® Insurance Agent
Office Address:
21455 S ELLSWORTH RD STE 4
QUEEN CREEK, AZ 85142
Map & Directions

Would you like to create a personalized auto quote?

Profile photo of a State Farm Agent named: Jeff "JJ" Jirele

Jeff "JJ" Jirele

State Farm® Insurance Agent
Office Address:
21455 S ELLSWORTH RD STE 4
QUEEN CREEK, AZ 85142
Map & Directions

Simple Insights®

When should seniors stop driving?

Driving may offer independence, but elderly loved ones experiencing driving difficulties is a very real consideration. Here’s how to broach the discussion.

Teen texting and driving

Texting and driving can be more dangerous than drunk driving, but teenagers are still learning the message.