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Utah Car Insurance Rates


Salt Lake City drivers pay Utah's highest state car insurance rates, and motorists down near the Arizona border pay the least. You can find every ZIP code in Utah mapped out below. Desert or mountain, you'll find the cheapest insurance carriers charging half as much as the most expensive do.

Utah car insurance requirements

Utah state law requires the following minimum car insurance coverage:
Minimum bodily injury liability $25,000/$65,000
Minimum property damage liability $15,000
Personal injury protection $3,000

Utah Car Insurance Rates by ZIP Code & City

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Top Cities
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Priciest Neighborhoods
In Utah
  • 84104: $1,324
    SALT LAKE CITY
  • 84119: $1,291
    SALT LAKE CITY
  • 84120: $1,290
    SALT LAKE CITY
  • 84101: $1,282
    SALT LAKE CITY
 
Cheapest Neighborhoods
In Utah
  • 84772: $1,029
    PAROWAN
  • 84738: $1,040
    SAINT GEORGE
  • 84720: $1,042
    CEDAR CITY
  • 84765: $1,047
    SAINT GEORGE


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What you need to know about car insurance in Utah

Penny Gusner
CarInsurance.com
Consumer Analyst

Utah's no-fault insurance system requires that every driver buy $3,000 in personal injury protection to pay for immediate treatment after a car accident, regardless of who caused the crash.

Medical bills beyond that amount and damage to cars are handled by state-mandated liability insurance. Utah's bodily liability insurance requirements of $25,000 per person ($65,000 per accident) and $15,000 for property damage are about average compared with those in other states, but families with savings or a home to protect should consider raising those amounts.

The points system: Like many states, Utah uses a driver's license point system to keep problem drivers off the road. But unlike others, it assigns double-digits points for routine traffic violations. Improper passing is 50 points; following too closely is 60. But don't worry: It takes 200 points to lose your license.

The self-cleaning driving record: A full year without a moving violation removes half the accumulated points from your Utah driving record. Stay clean for two years and all the points are deleted. Once every three years, you can take a defensive driving class and remove 50 points.

Points for individual convictions expire in three years, even if you don't take the steps above.