Ohio has always had some of the lowest insurance rates in the nation, this year being no exception.
Our state offers the widest variety of auto insurance providers besides Illinois, which allows for truly competitive rates.
According to insure.com, Ohio has consistently ranked among the cheapest rates, coming in as the 50th most inexpensive out of 51, including Washington D.C. The state inched down the list by two positions as it was previously the fourth most affordable in the nation.
This year, the three lowest auto insurance rates are as follows:
- Idaho: $877
- Ohio: $843
- Maine: $804
These rates are considerably lower than the three states with the highest rates. Michigan contends for the top spot with an average rate of $2,476 and is distantly followed by Montana at $1,886 and Washington D.C. where drivers pay an average just shy of $1,800.
With numbers like those, Ohio motorists can breath a sigh of relief knowing that the competitive insurance market will continue to keep their rates as low as possible.
For a free auto insurance quote comparison, contact the team at Burkhart Insurance today!