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Auto Insurance in and around Shawnee

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Be Ready For The Road Ahead

With State Farm, you can have confidence that your auto policy is dependable and reliable. With a number of savings programs including Claim-Free and Steer Clear®, State Farm aims to give you excellent savings. Not sure which savings options you can get? John Wills can work with you to double-check your savings options.

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Coverage From Here To There And Everywhere In Between

Even better—budget-friendly coverage from State Farm is possible for a wide array of vehicles, from sedans to smart cars to scooters to motorcycles.

But the coverage doesn’t stop there. Did you know State Farm also covers kayaks, ATVs, go-carts, and truck campers?! With State Farm Agent John Wills, a policy can be personalized for your assortment of vehicles as well as your situational needs to include options like car rental insurance and Emergency Roadside Service (ERS) coverage.

Simple Insights®

How to prevent car accidents in parking lots

Useful information about protecting yourself and your vehicle from parking lot accidents.

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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John Wills

State Farm® Insurance Agent
Office Address:
6339 Long Ave, ste A
Shawnee, KS 66216-2564
Map & Directions

Would you like to create a personalized auto quote?

Profile photo of a State Farm Agent named: John Wills

John Wills

State Farm® Insurance Agent
Office Address:
6339 Long Ave, ste A
Shawnee, KS 66216-2564
Map & Directions

Simple Insights®

How to prevent car accidents in parking lots

Useful information about protecting yourself and your vehicle from parking lot accidents.

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.