How do you calculate insurance premiums for a new car?

I'm thinking about buying a new sedan, but I need to get insurance. What is the best way to calculate an insurance premium for a new car?

“The best way to calculate insurance premiums on a new car is to get competitive quotes from all the top providers.
Insurance companies consider many factors when calculating car insurance premiums. For example, a new teen driver in a sports car is going to have much higher rates than a 40 year old woman in a station wagon.
Insurance companies consider the following when setting your premium:
  • personal details, such as age and gender
  • your zip code
  • credit history
  • driving history
  • car make and model
  • chosen coverages
  • applicable discounts
  • deductible amount
  • number of people on the policy
That said, new car owners typically pay around $130 a month on their car insurance premiums.
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Carlos Kirby
Answered on Aug 17, 2021

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