Where are car insurance rates rising or falling?

Where are car insurance rates rising or falling? In the past year, car insurance rates have risen across 41 states (including Washington, DC), and gone down in just 10 states. Colorado saw the highest year-over-year rate increase of 19%, and Montana saw the greatest decrease of 21%. https://www.thezebra.com/state-of-insurance/auto/2019/#rate-changes-by-state

What do American’s Pay for Car Insurance in 2019?

What do Americans pay for car insurance in 2019? Car insurance rates across the U.S. are higher than ever before, with an average annual premium of $1,470. Rates are 23% higher than in 2011, and they’ve risen consistently every year since 2013. Over the years, 15 states’ rates have increased by 40% or more, and some as much as 80%.   Source: https://www.thezebra.com/state-of-insurance/auto/2019/#national-rates-by-year

What Drivers Need to Know about Insurance and Driving Violations

Driving violations can impact insurance rates for years (but not forever) Insurers typically consider violations on your record for three years after the infraction, though certain activities can impact auto insurance rates even longer. A DUI violation in California, for example, will impact a driver’s insurance rate for 10 years. While violations often no longer count after three years, drivers usually aren’t … Read More