Seasonality in Auto Insurance Prices

The Witchita Business Journal reported on January 30, 2014 that there was a national variance of 7.5%.  That is, on average, there was a 7.5% between the most expensive months to buy car insurance and the cheapest.  

In Kansas the variance was only 5.8%, the 5th lowest in the country.  Hawaii was the highest at over 47% and Wyoming was over 39%.  There were no figures reported for Illinois, Indiana, Texas, California, Nevada or Arizona.

You can read the entire artile here:

The story underscored the importance of comparision shopping through an independent agent who works with several insurance companies.

Google By Chris Albu

Free Insurance Quote Enter your Zip Code to get started

posted on Tuesday, April 1, 2014