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Your car insurance premiums are impacted by factors aside from state lines. Auto insurance premiums consider an array of factors, including your marital status, driving history, credit rating, gender, and age.
We analyzed mean Missouri car insurance prices by each of the major rating factors. See below how much auto insurance costs in each location — or submit your zip to view tailored rates from top insurance companies.
It’s a fact of life: as you age, your car insurance rates change. Generally speaking, car insurance is more expensive for young drivers, as car insurance companies consider inexperienced drivers as less responsible.
|Age||Average Yearly Premium|
If you're shopping for car insurance for a teen driver, Missouri is the state in which to buy auto insurance for a 16-year-old.
While gender doesn’t carry as large an impact on auto insurance rates as a driver's location or age, it is incorporated as a rating factor by car insurance companies.
|Gender||Average Annual Cost|
If you're concerned you aren't getting the best value for your money with your current car insurer, the best course of action is to compare rates and shop around.
One benefit of getting hitched — aside from the wedding gifts — is the better deal you often earn on your car insurance policy. In Missouri, wedded drivers save $75 per year on car insurance. This is less than the US post-wedding price cut of $76.
|Marital Status||Average Annual Premium|
Car insurance for divorced drivers in Missouri is the 29th most expensive in the US. If you are paying too much for your coverage, weigh your options. You never know when you'll find a great deal!
Auto insurance companies use credit as a prediction of the reliability of a prospective customer. Data demonstrate motorists with superior credit are usually more dependable car insurance clients: they less frequently file claims, saving insurance companies claims payout costs.
In Missouri, a car insurance client who has excellent credit saves $1,787.82 each year on car insurance rates, compared with a driver with a bad credit score. Learn more about how credit score affects car insurance rates:
|Credit Tier||Average Yearly Rate|
|Very Poor (300-579)||$2,902.44|
|Very Good (740-799)||$1,403.92|
Finding cheap auto insurance when you have bad credit can be tough. But we're here to provide some help. Read our guide to getting auto insurance with poor credit and learn how to save!
If you are determined to be at fault after a car accident or found guilty of a driving offense, your auto insurance rates are bound to rise. The more violations you accumulate, the pricier your auto insurance gets.
In Missouri, your first minor at-fault crash leads to a penalty of $528.31 each year in car insurance premiums. A DUI or DWI — one of the most serious driving violations — could lift your insurance rates in Missouri by an average of $491.07.
|Violation||Average Annual Rate|
|DUI or DWI||$1,825.45|
|At-Fault Accident (<$1,000)||$1,862.69|
|At-Fault Accident ($1,000-$2,000)||$2,535.43|
|At-Fault Accident (>$2,000)||$1,862.69|
|Speeding (21-25 MPH > limit)||$2,219.73|
|Speeding (16-20 MPH > limit)||$2,177.22|
If your premiums are above-average, consider shopping policies to get affordable insurance coverage that suits your needs.
How much you pay every month for car insurance depends on how much coverage you carry. A liability-only policy generally costs less, while low-deductible comprehensive coverage costs more. In Missouri, the price gap between state-minimum liability-only coverage and comprehensive coverage with a $500 deductible is $788.
|Coverage Level||Average Annual Premium|
|$100K/$300K/$100K Bodily Injury/Property Damage — Liability Only||$581|
|$100K/$300K/$100K Bodily Injury/Property Damage — $1,000 Comprehensive/Collision||$1,205|
|$100K/$300K/$100K Bodily Injury/Property Damage — $500 Comprehensive/Collision||$1,362|
|$50K/$100K/$50K Bodily Injury/Property Damage — Liability Only||$512|
|$50K/$100K/$50K Bodily Injury/Property Damage — $1,000 Comprehensive/Collision||$1,140|
|$50K/$100K/$50K Bodily Injury/Property Damage — $500 Comprehensive/Collision||$1,298|
|State Minimum — Liability Only||$432|
|State Minimum — $1,000 Comprehensive/Collision||$1,062|
|State Minimum — $500 Comprehensive/Collision||$1,220|
If you're in need of affordable auto insurance, consider comparing options to find affordable coverage that works for you.
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