Monday, November 3, 2014

The 13 Most Expensive American Cities to Buy Auto Insurance

As auto insurance increasingly moves into the ranks of commoditization, Americans find themselves more or less satisfied with their automobile insurance. Still, the debate rages on over which factors—such as education, credit score or income level—can be used to calculate insurance rates.

A combination of these factors, as well as the quantity of uninsured motorists and local regulations, means that some Americans also pay more than their neighbors for car insurance.

A study from Bankrate’s reveals the most expensive American cities in which to buy auto insurance, compared by an average $797 for annual coverage.



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