FINALLY - ON ONE WEBSITE - COMPLETE LINKS TO OBJECTIVE IMPARTIAL CHARTS COMPARING AUTO POLICY RATES FROM US STATE GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS OF INSURANCE
Click now on a link on the right side here, to go to your state and view premium comparison charts. --->
This one website will show you how to comparison shop for the cheapest auto coverage in just a few minutes in any state in the United States. You can quickly view unbiased objective charts that compare typical auto premiums for typical drivers in a state. The difference in price can be significant as the lowest cost premium is often a third of the most expensive. Moreover, the highly advertised insurers, the ones you see advertised on television for example, are very often not the least expensive.
We believe this website gives you the most comprehensive information in a simple format to save money.
In a matter of minutes most people can look at a chart or online form created by their state government and see an objective list of typical premium costs for their automobile. This takes the guess work out of shopping for car coverage. In many cases prices from the cheapest to the most expensive can be double or triple or even more. And since you pay for this protection year after year, you will be saving money, year after year.
The motor vehicle information in this website comes from from the Department of Insurance (or similar name) in each state government. These official agencies publish objective lists comparing the various companies that do business int their state. Generally they offer comparisons based on a typical driver -- and often have serveral lists based on several scenerios. HOWEVER, your cost may be different because they will be based on your own personal situation such as the kind of autombile your own, your age, you location, the number of miles you drive each year. Yet these comparison lists give you a good start and overview of which companies offer the lowest prices.
After you shop around and want to decide which company to buy from, click on the link on the right hand side about "How to Choose an Insurer" and read our tips about buying a policy. --->
LINKS TO GOV INFO IN ALL 50 STATES
A few states, listed in lower case, do not have comparison charts. We recommend you compare rates in an adjacent similar state in this case.