How do you view the typical insurance rates for your state?


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Insure.com provides an annual list of car insurance rates by state. On the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation's website a list is available with the average monthly health insurance premiums per person in the individual market that is listed by state. Visit KFF.org to view the report. ValuePenguin.com provides a list with the average cost of homeowner's insurance by state.

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How do you view the typical insurance rates for your state?
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As of 2015, Michigan has the highest average car insurance premium, according to Insure.com. While other states require drivers to have a limited amount of personal injury protection coverage, required coverage in Michigan includes guaranteed medical benefits up to an unlimited amount. Montana and Washington D.C. have the second and third highest premiums, while Idaho, Ohio and Maine have the least expensive premiums.

As of 2013, New Jersey had the highest monthly health insurance premium, followed by Massachusetts and New York, according to a report published by the Kaiser Family Foundation. Georgia, Alabama and Utah had the lowest health insurance premiums, ranking in 49th, 50th and 51st place respectively.

As of 2015, Florida, Louisiana, Texas Mississippi and Oklahoma have the highest homeowner's insurance rates, notes Value Penguin. The cheapest homeowner's insurance rates are in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Utah and Wisconsin.

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