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Lists & Rankings — Car insurance rates by state: The most and least expensive places to buy auto insurance in 2011

March 14, 2011

Car insurance rates by state: The most and least expensive places to buy auto insurance in 2011
Source: Insure.com

Michigan has the highest average car insurance rates in the nation, followed by Louisiana and Oklahoma, according to Insure.com’s new national survey of car insurance premiums.

If you live in Vermont or South Carolina, you have access to the most affordable rates, saving $1,000 a year or more compared with drivers in the most expensive states.

Insure.com’s study collected auto insurance rates from six large carriers for more than 2,400 vehicles, based on 10 ZIP codes per state. We then calculated averages nationally and for each state.

The reasons for high prices vary considerably among states, but one thing is for sure everywhere: Uninsured drivers are dinging the rest of us.

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