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The average cost of auto insurance in Wichita Falls is $1,227 per year. That's less than the statewide average in Texas ($1,415) and less expensive than the national average of $1,548.
Our guide to Wichita Falls auto insurance includes average rates based on age, credit score, driving history, and marital status.
|Wichita Falls Average (annual)||Texas Average||National Average|
The company-by-company differences in car insurance rates can be substantial, so it's important to compare quotes thoroughly and choose your insurer carefully. In Wichita Falls, GEICO provides the most affordable rates for the typical insurance customer. We've gathered the best cheap car insurance companies in Wichita Falls below. You should only use this list as a starting point: it's important to compare quotes specific to your individual driving profile.
The age bracket that pays the least for auto insurance in Wichita Falls consists of drivers in their 50s, who pay an average of $1,054. Rates for Wichita Falls drivers in their 60s are also relatively affordable, at just $1,082 per year.
Teen drivers pay Wichita Falls' most expensive auto insurance rates. One of the most effective ways to get cheaper car insurance rates as a driver in Wichita Falls is to celebrate your 20th birthday. The difference in rates paid by teenage drivers and drivers in their 20s in Wichita Falls is $1,460, the largest such difference between any two age groups.
|Age||Average Annual Rate|
Marital status and gender can be contributors to car insurance rates, in some cases. In most locations in the U.S., single drivers pay more than married drivers based on data that says they're more likely to file claims. Married drivers in Wichita Falls pay $93 less than single drivers for auto insurance. Rates for those who are widowed are also much cheaper than rates for those who are single. Interestingly enough, in Wichita Falls, widowed drivers pay less than those who are single.
Gender is another factor that can influence auto insurance rates. The typical male driver in Wichita Falls pays $20 more each year for car insurance than does his female counterpart.
|Gender/Marital Status||Average Yearly Rate|
Maintaining a clean driving record is one of the best ways to keep your car insurance costs low. Speeding citations, reckless driving charges, DUIs and DWIs, and at-fault accidents all tend to bring about rate increases.
Wichita Falls drivers found guilty of reckless driving pay the price when it comes to auto insurance, facing a rate increase of $631 per year versus the city average. A ticket for speeding results in a $103 rate hike, on average, while a DUI violation costs $648 per year in insurance premiums.
|Violation||Average Yearly Rate|
|At-fault Accident (damages less than $1,000)||$1,540|
|At-fault Accident (damages greater than $2,000)||$1,840|
|Speeding Ticket (16-20 mph over speed limit)||$1,330|
One of the byproducts of a good credit score is lower car insurance costs. Drivers who keep their credit score up typically pay less for auto insurance than do drivers with less-than-stellar credit histories. Wichita Falls drivers who improve their credit score from "Very Poor" (300-579) to "Exceptional" (800-850) can save as much as 60% on their auto insurance premiums. If you move from the "Very Poor" credit tier to the "Fair" credit tier, you could be in line for an auto insurance price adjustment. In Wichita Falls, moving into the "Fair" credit tier corresponds to an average of $1,014 in savings on insurance each year.
|Credit Score||Average Yearly Rate|
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