The US’ cheapest auto insurance is in Wyoming, most expensive in Michigan

WalletHub has released it’s yearly ranking of the cheapest states for car insurance. There is a $1600 variance between the cheapest and most expensive state based on the profile used to quote each jurisdiction. The ranking was based on on a single, 45 year old man driving a sedan with a good credit score. The quoted price provided minimal coverage with zero discounts.

Wyoming has the cheapest auto insurance according to the latest survey

In addition, WalletHub evaluated the cheapest insurers, ranking the top 3 (1,2,3) as Geico, USAA and Erie. The ranking was slightly different when ranking the top 3 full coverage insurance (1,2,3); USAA, Geico and State Farm.

The site also provided a number of other rankings, including:

  • Cheapest Car Insurance Companies After a Ticket
  • Cheapest Car Insurance Companies For Drivers with One At-Fault Accident
  • Cheapest Car Insurance Companies After a DUI
  • Cheapest Car Insurance Companies for Drivers with Poor Credit
  • Cheapest Car Insurance Companies for Young Drivers
  • Cheapest Car Insurance Companies for Older Drivers

The review the rankings, methodology and expert input, review here https://wallethub.com/cheap-car-insurance/