Is paying $2,500 a year normal for car insurance?
It seems like a lot to me. Is this what everyone else is paying?
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Answered on Jun 22, 2021
Normal is a relative word when it comes to car insurance, but if it helps you to know, the national average for car insurance is about $1,500 per year in 2021.
Your car insurance premium is calculated based on a number of factors, like the type of car you have, your driving record, your location, and your age, among others. For someone with your personal profile, $2,500 a year may be a reasonable rate. You won’t know unless you do some comparison shopping with other carriers.
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