Resources & Related Websites For Residents of Alabama
of Alabama, Department of Insurance
201 Monroe Street, Suite 1700
Alabama Department of Insurance provides consumer information
about the insurance industry in the State of Alabama.
It provides resources to search for registered
automobile, life, disability, dental and funeral insurance
informative consumer brochure is available online that will
teach you the basics of what an insurance company is and
provide you with what to look for when selecting an insurance
a list of frequently asked questions is available to help you
select an insurance company and a comprehensive list of what
to do if you are involved in an accident.
The site provides other useful information for
consumers such as filing requirements, rate bulletins,
disaster preparedness, and the ability to ask questions and
request assistance from insurance experts.
Department of Public Safety
The Alabama Department of Public Safety
Highway Patrol Division has been in service since 1935.
Their website provides a wealth of information into the
history of highway safety in Alabama.
A complete list of resources for new drivers is
provided including an online driverís manual, motorcycle
manual and information on driver license testing procedures. In addition, the website provides information on how to get
in contact with their administrative and investigations
the websites provides a large link collection to other Alabama
law enforcement and traffic safety sites, Alabama state
government sites and links to other law enforcement related
Department of Transportation
Included on the Dept. of Transportation site is a map of
work zones, rest areas, and welcome centers located on major
auto highways throughout the state. You can also check
out weather news for different regions of the state if you are
planning a trip by car. A Construction Bulletin details
major ongoing construction projects that directly affect auto
traffic with estimated completion dates. One of the top
features of the site is their page describing the A.S.A.P.
program (Alabama Service & Assistance Patrol.)
Started in 1997, the program's goal is to minimize accidents
and overall traffic congestion in the greater Birmingham Area
by providing free assistance services to disabled
motorists. A map showing routes covered and hours of
service is included.
Highway Speed Limits