Cheap Insurance Massachusetts

Cheap Insurance Massachusetts

Average car insurance premiums by State:

1Michigan $   2,476
2Montana $   1,886
3Washington, D.C. $   1,799
4Louisiana $   1,774
5Florida $   1,742
6West Virginia $   1,716
7Connecticut $   1,690
8Rhode Island $   1,656
9California $   1,643
10New Jersey $   1,595
11Maryland $   1,590
12Mississippi $   1,584
13Delaware $   1,542
14Georgia $   1,519
15Oklahoma $   1,496
16Massachusetts $   1,460
17Texas $   1,449
18Alaska $   1,410
19North Dakota $   1,377
20Wyoming $   1,371
21Kentucky $   1,341
22Alabama $   1,320
National average $   1,311
23Pennsylvania $   1,304
24Tennessee $   1,263
25Nevada $   1,248
26Colorado $   1,245
27Arkansas $   1,239
28New Mexico $   1,237
29Minnesota $   1,222
30Oregon $   1,211
31South Carolina $   1,210
32South Dakota $   1,180
33Kansas $   1,147
34Hawaii $   1,114
35Missouri $   1,112
36Washington $   1,110
37Arizona $   1,103
38Nebraska $   1,086
39Illinois $   1,079
40Utah $   1,059
41Indiana $   1,033
42New York $   1,013
43Virginia $   1,008
44North Carolina $      986
45Vermont $      957
46Wisconsin $      930
47New Hampshire $      905
48Iowa $      886
49Idaho $      877
50Ohio $      843
51Maine $      805

Earlier this month, I sent you some information about how our Massachusetts cheap insurance rates (for all types of insurance combined) stacked up against the other 49 states, taking into consideration median income for that state.  As a result, I got several comments back asking about how we here in Massachusetts ranked for Automobile Insurance separately…..regardless of the median income in the state.

I sourced some info from one of the industry sources, and compiled the information in the block to the right.  Notice the range of Automobile Insurrance Rates swings wildly between $2476 at the highest and $805 at the lowest.

The study compiled rates from six major insurance carriers in 10 ZIP codes in every state. The rates were for the same full-coverage policy for the same driver — a 40-year-old man with a clean driving record and good credit.

The study only considered the rates for the 20 best-selling vehicles in the U.S.  Each model was rated on its cheapest-to-insure trim level. Those vehicles were:

  1. Ford F-150 Platinum 4WD Supercrew
  2. Chevrolet Silverado 1500 LS 2WD Regular Cab
  3. Dodge Ram 1500 Tradesman Regular Cab
  4. Toyota Camry LE sedan
  5. Honda Accord LX sedan manual transmission
  6. Toyota Corolla L sedan
  7. Nissan Altima 2.5 sedan
  8. Honda CR-V LX 4WD SUV
  9. Honda Civic LX sedan manual transmission
  10. Ford Fusion S sedan
  11. Ford Escape S 2WD
  12. Chevrolet Cruze LS manual transmission
  13. Toyota RAV4 LE 4WD SUV
  14. Chevrolet Equinox LS 2WD SUV
  15. Hyundai Elantra SE sedan
  16. Ford Focus S sedan
  17. Hyundai Sonata SE sedan
  18. GMC Sierra 1500 2WD Regular Cab
  19. Ford Explorer 2WD SUV
  20. Toyota Prius Five hatchback

Massachusetts Ranks 16th for car insurance

Not only does this information show that we pay far less than the most expensive states, but it also shows that the “average” Massachusetts resident pays $1460 for their auto insurance.  And that’s still $149 above the national average of $1311.
Compare that number against what you are paying.  If you are paying more, ask yourself “Why?”  There may be a legitimate reason for it, especially if you have had an ongoing situation with accidents or moving violations, or you drive an especially expensive vehicle.  But if you have a good driving history and you are paying more than $1460 per year, you should be calling us immediately. I’m confident that we probabaly can save you some money that would be better put to use elsewhere in the family budget.

Econosurance has been here serving the Massachusetts area community for over 15 years. Over that time we have saved our customers hundreds of thousands of dollars. Give us a chance to do the same for you. You can count on us now, and in the future. Saving money is great, but not at the cost of service.  We offer the best of both.

You’ve got a friend in the business, , so please give us a call and let us prove it to you. Call 800-335-0633.  You’ll speak to me personally!

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