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Cheap Car Insurance in Glendale, Arizona

Looking for cheap car insurance in Glendale? You might be shopping for a convertible. Less than 10 miles northwest of Phoenix, Glendale bills itself as Arizona’s Antique Capital. Home to an estimated 227,000, the city ranks third on a list of U.S. cities with the most sunny days, and fifth on those with the hottest summers with an average July high temperature of 106 degrees. The city is comprised of 193 distinct neighborhoods and a downtown historic district with a live theater and botanical garden.

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Driving Conditions in Glendale

Drivers in the Phoenix metro area face congestion during rush hour. Glendale residents have an average commute time of 26 minutes, longer than the U.S. average of just over 25 minutes, according to Census Bureau data. For updates, travel advisories and other information on traffic conditions, access For real-time traffic maps, visit

Unique Laws in Glendale

Arizona drivers are permitted to make U-turns at intersections unless there is a sign specifically prohibiting it. Know that if you cut down or damage a cactus considered endangered, you could face a huge fine and even jail time. In Maricopa County, a law dating back to the Wild West brothel days’ states no more than six women may live together in a house.

Glendale Crime Statistics

Within the city, 1,049 incidents of auto theft were reported for 2015, or a rate of 436 incidents per 100,000 people. This is above that of the Phoenix-Mesa-Scottsdale metro area, where the 2015 auto theft rate was 264 incidents per 100,000 people, according to the National Insurance Crime Bureau. The national average for that year is 220.2 incidents per 100,000 people.

In Arizona, the most stolen vehicles are the 1997 Honda Accord, followed by the 1998 Honda Civic and 2006 full-sized Chevrolet pickup. Full-sized Ford and Dodge pickups were also among the top 5 most stolen autos in Arizona.

Glendale Safety Requirements

Per Arizona state law, front-seat occupants must wear seat belts, along with any passenger under age 16. Children under age 8 or under 4 feet, 9 inches tall must ride in a car seat or booster. Seat belt laws are a secondary offense, meaning you won’t be ticketed unless you are pulled over for something else. Teen drivers in Arizona are banned from using cellphones. Though the City of Phoenix has banned it, there is no state law prohibiting texting and driving.

Glendale Impaired Driving Laws

If you are pulled over and a test shows you have a blood or breath alcohol concentration of .08 percent or higher – or .04 for commercial drivers, or if a blood alcohol or drug test result is not available, you will lose your driving privilege on the spot, states the Arizona Department of Transportation. If you are under 21, your license may be suspended if there is any alcohol concentration at all. First offenders get 10 days or more in jail, at least a $1,250 fine and must undergo alcohol education or treatment. Also, an ignition interlock device and community service will likely be required.

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