The cost of automobile insurance varies from state to state, but you may be surprised how big of a difference where you live can make in your payment.
- Jeremy Korzeniewski
- Mar 18, 2015
Some cars cost more to insure than others, and you'll be surprised at which car has the cheapest insurance in the US. See the ten cheapest to insure here.
- Autoblog Staff
- Mar 11, 2015
Want a fast or luxurious car? We don't blame you, but we hope you're prepared for the insurance bill. Find out which cars cost the most to insure here.
Car insurance rates varied close to 50 percent in some states between the cheapest and most expensive months in 2013, according to a new study from insuranceQuotes.com. This means that, much like buying a new car, it's cheaper to purchase car insurance in some months than in others.
With the calendar year changing from 2010 to 2011, insurance adjusters have recompiled their actuarial tables and that means a new list of the cheapest and most expensive vehicles to insure for the new year. In this case, Insure.com recently conducted a survey of the nations six top insurance carriers and complied a list of 40 vehicles that take top honors in each category.
Take the internal combustion engine and computer-controlled automatic transmission that can be found in just about every single automobile sold in the past 50 years, add a complex electric motor, high-tech battery pack and a bunch more electronics to make them all play nicely together... and you've got a hybrid. When viewed in this manner, it comes as little surprise that repair costs might be a wee bit higher for a hybrid vehicle than for its conventional siblings ($182 on average higher, for w
Here's a post all the domestic-or-nothing crowd should enjoy reading. Of the 10 most expensive cars to insure as listed by Insurelane, only one is American-made, and it's no longer produced. And on the least expensive list, seven are Big Three branded (nine if you count Volvo and Mazda as Fords).