If you're anything like us, you might have noticed that insurance rates are rising. Auto insurance prices have increased by 5% just in the last year. Ranking #1 again with the highest auto insurance is Michigan, with New York, Louisiana, Florida, Massachusetts, and California following suit. You may be asking yourself how do they come up with these prices? Your driving record, age, gender, location, to name a few, may impact your insurance price.

The national average cost of auto ins...

State  Average (most to least cost per year)
Michigan $4,430
New York $4,048
Louisiana $3,867
Florida $2,927
Massachusetts $2,632
California $2,519
Nevada $2,354
Montana $2,243
New Jersey $2,132
Texas $2,094
Maryland $1,970
Rhode Island $1,947
Delaware $1,943
Connecticut $1,900
Kentucky $1,843
District of Columbia $1,812
Missouri $1,763
Colorado $1,688
Arizona $1,658
Oklahoma $1,652
South Carolina $1,610
Georgia $1,587
Wyoming $1,542
Minnesota $1,515
Illinois $1,494
Alabama $1,478
Utah $1,463
Arkansas $1,462
Pennsylvania $1,447
West Virginia $1,418
Kansas $1,398
Nebraska $1,394
New Mexico $1,385
Mississippi $1,379
South Dakota $1,348
North Dakota $1,341
Alaska $1,315
Oregon $1,302
Washington $1,286
North Carolina $1,278
Hawaii $1,255
Tennessee $1,237
New Hampshire $1,190
Iowa $1,121
Idaho $1,113
Virginia $1,109
Indiana $1,106
Vermont $1,029
Maine $1,013
Wisconsin $970
Ohio $939

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*Information sourced from MarketWatch