We all don't want to pay more for car insurance than we should.

Many insurance firms are fighting for you, both large and small.

The car insurance company that's cheapest in one state might be the most expensive option in a different state.

Insurers can't use credit scores to determine vehicle insurance prices in California, Hawaii, Massachusetts, or Michigan.

USAA has highly competitive auto insurance rates (annual premium of $1,141) for motorists.

Auto-Owners offers some of the most affordable rates for drivers under 21 who are on their parent's plan but only in 26 states.

Geico has relatively low vehicle insurance prices (average yearly rate of $1,182), so it's worth a look if you're looking for a cheap policy.

Farm Bureau is the cheapest vehicle insurance company for people with bad credit, with an annual premium average of $1,278.

Erie Insurance is a fantastic choice for new car owners because it provides gap insurance and new car replacement coverage.

Analysts find the lowest insurance rates are for the Subaru Outback, the Jeep Wrangler, and the Honda CR-V.


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