How much is car insurance?

My stepbrother is moving in with me next month, and he doesn't have car insurance. How much would it cost for him to get a policy?

On average, the yearly cost of car insurance in the US for minimum coverage is $720. That would correlate to a $60 monthly payment, although drivers could pay higher or lower rates based on factors such as:
  • Driving record
  • Age
  • Car type
  • Credit history
The following are the average monthly rates for three types of insurance:
  • Minimum coverage: $60/mo.
  • Full coverage: $166/mo.
  • Insurance for young drivers (ages 17-24): $201/mo.
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Answered on Nov 04, 2021
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