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Car Insurance in Missouri

Heavy competition drives Missouri auto insurance premiums down $40 below the national average — that’s a savings of $480 a year. But why stop there?

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Car Insurance in Texas

Everything’s bigger in Texas, at least that’s what they say. And if you live here, you’ll probably agree with this statement, especially when it comes

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Car Insurance in Wyoming

Wyoming is a nature lover’s paradise — think mountain ranges, wide-open spaces, plenty of wildlife. Unfortunately, this also makes it a risky place to insure

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Car Insurance in Connecticut

Are you happy with your car insurance premium? Odds are, you’re not overly excited about it.Connecticut’s high population density and affluent residents drive the state’s

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Car Insurance in Indiana

At a state-wide average of $1,327 per year, car insurance premiums in Indiana aren’t overly high compared to the rest of the nation. But really,

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Car Insurance in Nevada

On average, Nevada’s auto insurance rates are pretty consistent with the rest of the country. For those living in cities like Las Vegas, however, the

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Car Insurance in Hawaii

Hawaii is home to some of the most breathtaking drives in the country, as well as some low average auto insurance premiums. With a statewide

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Car Insurance in Mississippi

Just living in Mississippi means you’re probably paying around $1,734 every year for your car insurance. That’s not a bad deal — it’s actually pretty

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Car Insurance in Illinois

Despite Chicago’s notorious traffic and our state’s crazy winters and massive annual snowfall, auto insurance in Illinois manages to clock in at an average of

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Car Insurance in Louisiana

Louisiana is known for an outrageously high number of vehicular lawsuits, which is one of the biggest reasons that residents pay well over the national

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Car Insurance in Delaware

Delaware’s auto repair costs are some of the most expensive in the nation, driving their car insurance premiums up 40 percent above the national average.

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Car Insurance in Iowa

Iowa is the 4th least expensive place to own a car in all of the country. That’s particularly interesting, because, In all my experience shopping

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Car Insurance in South Carolina

South Carolina’s tort regulation and vast rural landscapes score it a wonderfully low average auto insurance premium of  $110 a month, which is $20 less

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Car Insurance in Idaho

Idaho’s rural landscapes and low percentage of uninsured drivers keep it cruising down easy street when it comes to auto insurance. It makes the top

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Car Insurance in Kansas

Kansas is a primarily rural state with a decent amount of competition in the car insurance space. That’s a good thing for residents because the

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Car Insurance in New Mexico

With an average of only 12 people per square mile, New Mexico sounds like a haven for low auto insurance rates. But in fact it

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Car Insurance in Utah

Utah is well known for being the holy grail of beautiful drives, and with a statewide average premium of $1,121, it’s one of the more

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Car Insurance in Minnesota

I was on a mission. A mission to find out if Minnesotans can insure their car without having to take out a second mortgage. My

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