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Mario Vega

Rating 5.0
Farmers Insurance Agent in El Paso, TX
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300 N Resler Dr
Ste B
El Paso, TX 79912

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Phone Numbers

(915) 217-0667(915) 217-0667

Office Hours

Day of the WeekHours
Mon:8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Tue:8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Wed:8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Thu:8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Fri:8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
For appointments, call or text (972) 697-3773
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Farmers Insurance Agent in El Paso, TX

Mario Vega
About Me

Rating 5.0

As your local Farmers® agent in El Paso, Texas, I help customers like you identify the insurance coverage that best fits your needs. My family grew up in El Paso, my kids go to school here, my wife is a teacher within EPISD so we are here to stay and support all things local. Our process is straightforward and personalized to help make you smarter about insurance. I have the knowledge and experience to help you better understand your coverage options--whether that's auto, home, renters, business insurance, and more. Stop by our office, located on Resler Dr. and Enid Ct. behind Coronado High School.

Give me a call at (915) 217-0667 and I'll be happy to answer any questions you might have.

Languages Spoken: English and Spanish

Years of Experience

I have over 2 years of experience as a Farmers Insurance agent.


BA, The Art Institute of Dallas, 1998

Neighborhoods Served

Austin, San Antonio, Dallas, Ft. Worth, and Lubbock


States Licensed In


Insurance Products Offered

Auto Insurance
Home Insurance
Life Insurance1

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Switch to Farmers® and you could save an average of $467 on Auto or $444 on Home.* You could be missing out on hundreds in savings. Call me today and let’s talk about how switching to Farmers could help you save.*

*Based on average nationwide annual savings of new customers surveyed, excluding HI & SC, from 7/1/20 to 12/31/20 who switched their Auto insurance policy or who switched their Homeowners insurance policy to a Farmers® branded policy, responded to the survey, and realized savings. Potential savings vary by customer and may vary by state and product.

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DesertShot, Inc. was established in 2004 as a aerial photography business serving the greater El Paso area. Since then the company grew, and developed into a complete commercial, advertising photography business, also offering premium photo booth rentals.

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El Paso Reprographics

El Paso Reprographics is a printing and graphics service company for the El Paso, Texas area. They offer small and large format printing. They also offer graphic design services and printing services.

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El Paso Reynolds Home

Reynolds Home is a homeless shelter for women and children, located in the heart of Lower Valley of El Paso.

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El Paso Independent School District

Located in El Paso, Texas, the El Paso Independent School District is the largest district along the Texas-Mexico border. With 60,000 students in more than 90 campuses, EPISD also is the 10th largest district in Texas.

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1. Pet get sick, too: Contrary to the common myth, cats don't actually have 9 lives- and neither do dogs. Our pets require frequent vet check-ups, and may even suffer from chronic illnesses or potentially devastating medical conditions that require immediate diagnosis and treatment.
2. Rising animal care costs: Thanks to modern medicine, new drugs, and advanced medical technologies are helping our furry friends survive and recover from once-fatal conditions.
3. A financial safety net: Even if your furry family member remains healthy and accident-free throughout its lifetime, the peace of mind knowing pet insurance is there to help with the expenses can be worth every penny.

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1. What is the minimum amount of insurance coverage in Texas?
Texas law requires you to have at least $30,000 of coverage for injuries per person, up to a total of $60,000 per accident, and $25,000 of coverage for property damage. This is called 30/60/25 coverage. Think about buying more liability coverage.
2. Does insurance follow the car or the driver in Texas?
Car insurance usually follows the car in Texas. The types of car insurance that follow the car in Texas are bodily injury liability, personal injury liability, collision, and comprehensive.

3.What kinds of Auto insurance discounts are available?

Farmers offers a variety of discounts to help you save on your insurance, and reward you for safe behavior. Discounts vary by state, so make sure to check for which discounts you’re eligible.

Generally, Farmers helps you save with discounts for:
Select occupational groups (doctors, RNs, dentists, teachers, police, firefighters, etc.)
Teens with parents who have safe driving records
Drivers who own cars with standard safety features
Drivers who own multiple cars
Drivers who use the Signal® app (not available in all states)
And more!

4. Am I covered if I rent a car?
Car rental companies charge daily fees for their own insurance to damages in your rental agreement. However, it is possible that your current auto policy provides rental car coverage. This typically varies by state though, so check your policy or contact us for more details.

5. What does "full coverage" mean?
This is an often misinterpreted term, and doesn’t refer to a policy that covers “everything.” Instead, full coverage typically refers to a policy that includes both liability coverage and coverage for damage to your property.

6. What is a Good Student Discount?
The good student discount is an auto insurance discount available in most states that rewards young drivers for doing well in school.

To qualify, the driver must be between 16 and 24 years old, a full-time student enrolled in high school or college, and must provide documentation that any of the following apply:

Ranked scholastically in the upper 20% of his or her class.
Had a “B” grade average or better.
Had an average of at least a 3.0 for all subjects combined.
Was included in the "Dean's List", "Honor Roll" or similar list.

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