Everything is bigger in Texas, but what about auto insurance premiums? CarInsurance.com unveiled a guide to assist Texans shopping for auto insurance and to help them avoid overpaying. The site’s average car insurance rate tool makes it easier than ever to compare rates. Users simply enter their ZIP code, age and coverage level to receive a customized rate and to see the highest and lowest rate fielded from up to six major insurers. For example, the highest rate among six carriers in one Dallas zip code is $2,937 - nearly three times as much as the lowest ($1,072).


Other highlights in the guide include:

  • Low cost auto insurance for drivers with tickets
  • Companies ranked from cheapest to most expensive for drivers with accidents
  • Cheap car insurance for drivers with bad credit
  • Ranking of the best car insurance companies for Texas drivers


The new resource acts as a how-to guide and provides details on risk factors, average premium costs, the highways and roads where the most fatal accidents occur and explains how Texas’ state insurance and traffic laws are applied.


Is this of interest? I’m happy to connect you with the site’s editorial director, Michelle Megna.



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