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 Re: Leon_CO
Posted by  PAW on 5/13/06 6:49pm

You said, "Colorado has the highest automobile insurance rates in the nation."

However, I must disagree. According to, Colorado ranks 11th. (Best rates can be found in North Dakota, Maine and best of all, Iowa.

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In 2001 nationwide (the latest figures available), the average annual combined premium was $817.43 (that includes liability, collision, and comprehensive coverages). Use the tool above to find the average annual auto insurance premiums in each state.

New Jersey ranks highest in the nation for combined average annual auto insurance rates: The latest figures show an average annual combined premium of $1,182.54 in 2001. In the No. 2 spot is New York, at $1,161.27, followed by Washington, D.C. ($1,156.23), Rhode Island ($1,027.03), and Massachusetts ($1013.46).

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