Auto insurance costs an average of $1,388 per year in Georgia. Learn more about pricing trends in the Peachtree State.
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Auto insurance is typically inexpensive in Georgia. The average car insurance cost in Georgia is $1,388 per year — less than the nationwide average by 2.8%.
But car insurance premiums are affected by factors other than state lines. Auto insurance premiums take into account myriad considerations, such as one's age, credit rating, driving history, gender, and marital status.
We assessed typical Georgia car insurance rates by all of the major rating components. See below how much car insurance costs in each U.S. state — or enter your ZIP code to receive personalized rates from top car insurance companies.
It’s a fact of life: as you age, your auto insurance rates change. Generally speaking, auto insurance is pricier for young drivers, as auto insurance companies see inexperienced motorists as riskier to insure.
In Georgia, auto insurance runs $6,277 each year for a 16-year-old driver, but just $1,184 annually for a driver aged between 50 and 59.
|Age||Average Yearly Premium|
While gender doesn’t have as sizable an effect on car insurance costs as location or age, it is used as a rating factor by insurers.
|Gender||Average Yearly Cost|
If you think you aren't getting the best possible value for your money with your current auto insurer, the best thing to do is to compare insurance companies.
One benefit of marriage — in addition to the honeymoon — is the price cut you typically receive on your car insurance policy. In Georgia, married motorists save $117 annually on car insurance policies. This is a better deal than the US savings of $76.
|Marital Status||Average Annual Rate|
Car insurance for divorced drivers in Georgia is the 22nd most expensive in the country. If you're overpaying for your car insurance policy, don't hesitate to compare rates.
Car insurance companies use credit to determine the reliability of a prospective customer. Data show drivers who maintain good credit are more dependable car insurance clients: they less frequently file claims for which insurance companies pay.
In Georgia, a motorist boasting exceptional credit saves $1,231 annually on car insurance, compared with a driver with a less-favorable credit score. Read more about how credit history impacts auto insurance prices:
|Credit Tier||Average Annual Rate|
|Very Poor (300-579)||$2,457.00|
|Very Good (740-799)||$1,419.74|
Getting cheap auto insurance if you're saddled with a bad credit history can be difficult. But we're here to assist. Review our guide to finding auto insurance with poor credit and learn how to save!
If you’re determined to be at fault for an accident or found guilty of a driving violation, your car insurance rates are going to climb. The more violations you amass, the more costly your car insurance policy gets.
In Georgia, your first minor at-fault crash will lead to an extra $813 each year in auto insurance premiums. A DUI or DWI — thought of as one of the most serious driving offenses — can boost your annual insurance expenditure in Georgia by an average of $713.
|Age||Average Annual Rate|
|DUI or DWI||$2,101.10|
|At-Fault Accident (<$1,000)||$2,200.87|
|At-Fault Accident ($1,000-$2,000)||$2,242.32|
|At-Fault Accident (>$2,000)||$2,200.87|
|Speeding (21-25 MPH > limit)||$1,680.95|
|Speeding (16-20 MPH > limit)||$1,680.95|
If you're in need of affordable auto insurance, it's worth shopping for policies to find affordable coverage that suits your needs.
The amount you pay every month for auto insurance is dependent on how much coverage you elect to carry. Liability-only coverage normally is less expensive, while low-deductible comprehensive coverage costs more. In Georgia, the price gap between liability-only coverage and comprehensive coverage with a $500 deductible is $694 per year.
|Coverage Level||Average Yearly Premium|
|$100K/$300K/$100K Bodily Injury/Property Damage — Liability Only||$718|
|$100K/$300K/$100K Bodily Injury/Property Damage — $1,000 Comprehensive/Collision||$1,274|
|$100K/$300K/$100K Bodily Injury/Property Damage — $500 Comprehensive/Collision||$1,413|
|$50K/$100K/$50K Bodily Injury/Property Damage — Liability Only||$626|
|$50K/$100K/$50K Bodily Injury/Property Damage — $1,000 Comprehensive/Collision||$1,182|
|$50K/$100K/$50K Bodily Injury/Property Damage — $500 Comprehensive/Collision||$1,321|
|State Minimum — Liability Only||$548|
|State Minimum — $1,000 Comprehensive/Collision||$1,103|
|State Minimum — $500 Comprehensive/Collision||$1,242|
If your car insurance premiums cost more than average, consider policy shopping to discover inexpensive coverage that fits your needs.
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