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Worst States for Auto Insurance Premiums

LCT Staff
Posted on February 16, 2005

DARIEN, ILL. – If you drive there, you know: Any chauffeur who has braved the traffic-choked streets of New York City, the breakneck pace of the New Jersey Turnpike, or the intense chaos of Interstate 95 will not be surprised to learn that the northeast is home to four of the five most expensive states for auto insurance, according to figures from the National Association of Insurance Commissioners. The number of claims filed is the primary driver for insurance prices. The most expensive four states are, first, New Jersey; second, New York; third, Washington, D.C.; and fourth, Rhode Island.

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