Question by  turk46 (2)

What are normal car insurance rates?

I think I am paying too much.


Answer by  beefgizzard (37)

Normal car insurance rates are a complex calculation of multiple factors including experience, age, and profession. This provides the industry with an idea of your level of risk to them. Your normal rate will be an average amongst the industry for people with the same risk considerations.


Answer by  2525252 (717)

Well anywhere from 300- 400 should be normal insurance rates or atleast thats what they are in Canada. I'm not sure about the USA.


Answer by  CJ98 (127)

It really depends on your circumstances. For us, the Kansas minimum insurance coverage amounts for a 29 year old female and 30 year old male in a 10 year old minivan is just under $50 per month.


Answer by  Supersadie (363)

The insurance premium depends on the car you drive, your driving history and the pool of risk that the insurer has in its portfolio. If you are young, male and with a powerful car, the more likely you are to get a high premium. Compare your rate with a comparison site. Then you'll see whether your quote is around average.

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