The average monthly car insurance rate is $110 in Cambridge. Are you paying too much?
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Premiums in Cambridge exceed the state average, coming in at $1,329 per year. Compare that to the Massachusetts average of $1,201 and the national average of $1,548. Let’s take a look at how to save on car insurance in Cambridge. You can also submit your ZIP code above to compare your free personalized auto insurance quotes.
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Among all age groups, drivers in their 70s have the lowest rates, with rates of $1,058/year. People in their 60s ($1,091) aren’t paying much more. When drivers hit their 20s in Cambridge, therefore moving out of the teenage age bracket, they pay 64% less in premiums. You won't see a bigger change between any other age group. The downward direction continues, as premium prices in Cambridge decrease the older a driver gets. With average car insurance payments of $4,795, teenage drivers have the most expensive rates of any age group.
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Knowing which driving mishaps can make the price of insurance premiums spike will help you make better decisions and save money. A DUI will increase your car insurance premiums more than other driving violations. Drivers with a DUI in Cambridge have rates over double the average for the city of $1,329. Reckless driving will also push your rates up, with average rates of $2,653. That is 100% higher than the city average! The amount of damage caused by an accident plays a part in the degree to which insurance rates will climb. Being at-fault in an accident with damages exceeding $2,000 costs you an additional 4% per year in premiums compared to an accident with damages less than $1,000.
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