Ohio has the Fourth Lowest Car Insurance Rates in the U.S.

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Ohio is ranked as the 4th least expensive state for car insurance in the U.S with a yearly average of $1,106. This is according to a state-by-state comparison of 2013 rates by insure.com.

What state has the most expensive car insurance rates? Louisiana at $2,699. (Followed by Michigan, Georgia, Oklahoma and Washington D.C.)

What state has the least expensive car insurance rates? Maine at $934.

Kentucky ranked #10 at $1,725 and Indiana ranked #44 at $1,183.

Why is there variance in insurance premiums state by state? 

  • Each state has different numbers of insurers competing for the business
  • Driving conditions
  • Number of drivers who are uninsured
  • State insurance systems and laws

Article courtesy of Sibcy Cline Insurance Services. 

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