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Auto Insurance in and around Champaign

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With State Farm, you can drive with confidence knowing your auto coverage is reliable and dependable. With multiple savings programs like Safe Driver Program and Vehicle Safety Features, State Farm aims for its customers to see plenty of savings. Not sure which savings options are applicable to you? Anna Schappaugh can help you potentially cutback your cost.

Auto owners of Champaign, State Farm has you covered

Insurance that won't drive you up a wall

Coverage From Here To There And Everywhere In Between

Even better—dependable coverage from State Farm is possible for a wide array of vehicles, from scooters to motorcycles to pickup trucks to SUVs.

So, get State Farm coverage today and drive with confidence, Champaign. Simply get in touch with agent Anna Schappaugh's office to get started.

Have More Questions About Auto Insurance?

Call Anna at (217) 239-4282 or visit our FAQ page.

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Anna Schappaugh

State Farm® Insurance Agent
Office Address:
2500 Galen Drive Suite 6
Champaign, IL 61821
Map & Directions

Would you like to create a personalized auto quote?

Profile photo of a State Farm Agent named: Anna Schappaugh

Anna Schappaugh

State Farm® Insurance Agent
Office Address:
2500 Galen Drive Suite 6
Champaign, IL 61821
Map & Directions

Simple Insights®

Safety tips for driving while pregnant

To help stay safe when driving while pregnant, read these driving tips —including tips for using your seat belt while pregnant.

Teen texting and driving

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