Texas is the second-largest state in both area and population, and Mercury is proud to protect Texas drivers and homeowners. Mercury's Texas page has information on state driving laws, some interesting Lone Star State facts, and best of all you can learn about Mercury's many products and services.
Mercury has been selling auto insurance since 1962, and is trusted by millions of drivers. In fact, Forbes.com has named Mercury Insurance one of America's Most Trusted Companies, so you can count on Mercury to be there when you need us most. And, you won't find better coverage at a better price. Here are a few of the Mercury products available in Texas:
Mercury already offers some of the lowest insurance rates availible. You could save even more with the many discounts available, too!
All 50 states have some version of Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL). GDL is a program that gradually phases in driving privileges for new teen drivers, as they gain experience behind the wheel. If you have teen drivers at home, take some time to review the DMV's teen driver resources. Mercury offers some of the most competitive rates available for teen drivers, so talk to a Mercury agent today to see how much you can save. You'll be glad you did!
Mercury has agents in every major market who want to help you every step of the way. Mercury offers comprehensive coverage options, including personal auto insurance, mechanical protection, homeowners insurance and umbrella insurance. Mercury also provides business auto insurance. You can count on us for low rates and excellent coverage.
If you've recently moved to Texas, or are looking to brush up on Texas vehicle registration laws, driver licensing requirements, and occupational licensing rules, the DMV in Texas is the ultimate resource.
Texas was admitted to the Union in 1845, and three U.S. Presidents—George W. Bush, Lyndon B. Johnson and Dwight D. Eisenhower—have called it home. Texas is known as the Lone Star State to signify its historical status as an independent republic and to commemorate the state's struggle for independence from Mexico. The Lone Star symbol can be found on the Texas State Flag and the Texas State Seal.
Texas is considered to be the most business-friendly state in the nation, and as a result more Fortune 500 companies call Texas home than any other state. Texas leads the nation in many industries, including agriculture, petrochemicals, energy, computers and electronics, aerospace, and biomedical sciences. The state's affluence stimulates a strong commercial sector consisting of banking, insurance, construction and retail industries. In fact, Texas has the most shopping malls per capita of any American metropolitan area.
Possessing enormous natural resources, Texas is a major agricultural state and an industrial giant. Second only to Alaska in land area, it has more farms than any other state in the U.S. Texas leads the nation in livestock production, as well as sheep and goat products, oil and cotton. Vast mineral deposits put Texas in the lead for creating cement, crushed stone, lime, sand and gravel. It is a leader in renewable energy sources, and it produces the most wind power in the nation. The state also has the highest solar power potential for development in the country.
Millions of tourists visit Texas annually to tour more than 100 state parks, recreation areas, and points of interest, such as the Gulf Coast resort area, the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center in Houston, the Alamo in San Antonio, and the state capital in Austin.
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