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No. 1 least expensive: Vermont

Last updated: Nov. 25, 2018

By , Insure.com

Maine car insurance rates

Average rate: $932

Average rate for the top-selling vehicle in the country first quarter of 2018 F-150 XL: $885

Average rate for the top-selling SUV in the country first quarter of 2018 Nisan Rogue S: $918

Average rate for the top-selling sedan in the country first quarter of 2018 Toyota Camry L: $1,051

Vermont grabbed the number one spot this year, the state’s last showing on top was in 2011. Annual premiums in Vermont average $932, which is 32 percent below the national average of $1,365. Vermont’s annual rate is 137 percent lower than Michigan, the most expensive state, whose premium is $2,239.

A rural state with few large cities helps keep Vermont on the “cheap” list of states for car insurance. It ranks 37th in population density. Its rural setting allows drivers to stay away from traffic, or accidents. Fewer accidents lead to fewer claims and lower auto insurance rates.

In addition to a low-density rate, Vermont has a very low uninsured driver rate. According to an IRC report, Vermont has an uninsured driver rate of 6.8 percent, which is the fifth lowest in the country.

Vermont may get a lot of snow but isn’t prone to tornadoes or hailstorms, which can cause a lot of claims and hike up auto insurance rates, so that also contributes to the lower rates motorists see in the Green Mountain State.

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