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What We Do
Everyone who drives, rents or owns a home or runs a business needs insurance. RMIIA's full-time job is to help consumers, the news media and community partners understand how insurance works and to share safety awareness and loss prevention tips. RMIIA is a non-profit insurance communications organization that represents property and casualty insurers in Colorado, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming.
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Insurance check-ups to home inventory to property mitigation, here's how to prepare for wildfire season, protect your property and keep affordable insurance.
Find out about what insurance teens need and how to save money. Click here for rules of the road, teen driving facts and statistics and GDL.
Colorado and SE Wyoming are Hail Alley! Hail, tornadoes, flooding and wildfire are disasters we need to prepare for in peak summer months.
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Coloradans Against Auto Theft New Summer Campaign Heats Up During National Auto Theft Prevention Month

Lock Your BlockCAAT'a summer "Lock Your Block" campaign aims to reduce auto theft by engaging communities to be proactive in prevention efforts. "Auto theft traditionally spikes during the summer months when drivers tend to leave their guard—and their windows—down," says Carole Walker, Executive Director of the Rocky Mountain Insurance Information Association and CAAT co-chair.

"We want to encourage Coloradans to call in suspicious activity to help Lock Your Block against auto theft. In addition to mass media and grassroots tactics, we will be supplying task forces and police departments with campaign materials to help spread the word statewide."

Public awareness efforts and educational materials carry statewide messages encouraging citizens to be auto theft aware: lock your car, look for suspicious behavior and report it to local authorities. Find out if you live in an auto theft hot spot!

The Lockdown campaign, supported by grant funding through the Colorado Auto Theft Prevention Authority (CATPA), is conducted statewide in conjunction with law enforcement agencies, insurance companies and community partners. More...

Agent Spotlight
Owning an insurance agency and community service go hand-in-hand for Gary Dyer, a long-time Farmers Insurance Agent in Westminster, Colorado. Gary spends his day helping clients make good financial decisions, and he sees volunteerism and political activism as important parts of that responsibility. He is a leader in RMIIA's legislative grassroots efforts and education initiatives. Learn how Gary connects with his community and uses RMIIA's resources to educate customers!
Gary Dyer
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Additional Resources & Information
Wildfire & Insurance provides homeowners with info on protecting their properties against wildfires and making them more insurable.
Colorado | New Mexico
Wildfire & Insurance
Don't Forget the Keys provides keys to how homeowners insurance works, talks about common pitfalls, and offers ways to save money on your insurance. Don't Forget the Keys
Public adjusters have no relationship with your insurance company. Follow these precautions to save time and money after a major catastrophe like wildfire. Public Adjusters
Hail Damage Fraud shares tips on how to avoid being victimized by dishonest contractors who often go door to door in damaged neighborhoods offering repair services. Hail Damage Fraud