Car insurance rates and laws can vary widely from state to state. Learn more about the required minimums, tips for moving and how to save money on auto insurance in your state by finding your state in the list below. As you do your research by comparing auto insurance quotes, you'll find that each state has their own set of rules which can lead to added costs to your overall car insurance coverage price.
Average cost of car insurance by state
Find out how your state’s car insurance rate stacks up against the national average. Also, see if your rate will increase or decrease if you move to another state.
Use our interactive map to find out:
- How your state compares to the national average
- How your county compares to the state average
- How your ZIP compares to the county
Use the "Select state" or "Select county" dropdown menu to choose your state, then your county.
% Difference from national average rate
Calculator assumptions are based on a hypothetical driver with excellent credit, a bachelor’s degree, and no lapse in coverage who drives 15,000 miles per year, has state minimum policy limits, a $500 deductible on collision and comprehensive coverage and uninsured motorist coverage.