Am I paying too much for car insurance in Kansas?
I have a Chevy S10 that I currently pay about $60 a month to insure for liability only. I had a minor fender bender recently, but I wasn't at fault. Am I paying too much for car insurance?
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Answered on Apr 13, 2021
“Car insurance costs can vary depending on factors such as age, driving history, and more. In addition, geographic location can play a huge role.
In Kansas, you’ll pay the least in Salina and the most in Kansas City. At $60 a month, you’re probably paying too much, unless you live in a larger city like KC, Wichita, or Topeka.
Average monthly car insurance rates in Kansas by company are:
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