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U.S. Car Insurance Averaged $1,570 Annually in March 2010, According to New Figures from CarInsurance.com Premium Index

ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, FL — April 6, 2010 — CarInsurance.com, a leading independent insurance agency, has released its latest figures on the cost of car insurance in the United States. According to the CarInsurance.com Premium Index (CPI), the cost of auto insurance in the United States averaged $1,570 annually in March 2010.

Compared to 2009, in 2010, almost every state has seen a decrease in premiums. New Jersey has the highest cumulative average premium for 2010 at $2,475, while Iowa has the lowest at $992. Although most auto insurance rates fluctuate monthly, CarInsurance.com expects these rates to stay steady as it adds more discounted rates for buyers. "CarInsurance.com is focused on serving clients in a highly competitive industry where targeted insurance products help visitors make informed choices and find insurance companies that match their needs," according to David Fitzgerald, Chief Information Officer at CarInsurance.com.

A licensed independent agency, CarInsurance.com displays the best rates available. With employed agents, company relationships and insurance licenses in all 50 states and the District of Columbia, CarInsurance.com offers the same services as any local agent, but is conveniently located online or over the phone. Through its online portal, CarInsurance.com offers local and state car insurance resources for every ZIP code in the country, allowing visitors to see annual trends for their particular area. In addition, with CarInsurance.com visitors can see the difference in average premiums by state.

CarInsurance.com gives shoppers the ability to instantly compare and buy competitive auto insurance rates directly from multiple insurance companies. The site represents and has direct relationships with only leading car insurance companies, including Progressive, Direct General, Infinity, Esurance, Safeco Insurance, Travelers, Unitrin Direct, The Hartford, Arrowhead, QBE Insurance and Starr Indemnity. All rates come direct from the insurance companies, meaning they are always accurate and up-to-date.

With such a wide listing of agencies, shoppers can quickly and easily compare local car insurance rates from multiple insurance companies to find the policy and price that best suits their needs. When ready to purchase, CarInsurance.com shoppers have the option of completing the transaction online or talking directly to a licensed agent in their state.

CarInsurance.com is dedicated to providing consumers more benefits than any independent brick and mortar insurance agency. One way the company does this is by providing CPI data across a variety of life stages and groups. In addition to providing the average U.S. car insurance costs for every state, the site provides data on the average annual car insurance costs for teens, students, seniors, married individuals, young families and established families. Armed with this information and CarInsurance.com’s unique and robust service offerings, people looking for auto insurance can find the best policy at the lowest price.

For more information about CarInsurance.com or its latest figures for the cost of car insurance throughout the United States, visit www.CarInsurance.com.