Kansas Car Insurance

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Here's what you need to know when driving in Kansas

Across the Sunflower State, there are 286,642 miles of road just waiting to be driven. We’ll get you prepped, then you take the wheel.

Car Insurance Laws

State minimum insurance requirements in Kansas

In Kansas, the state minimum coverage requirements are as follows:
Liability
  • Bodily Injury $25,000 per person
  • Bodily Injury $50,000 per accident
  • Property Damage $10,000 per accident
Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist
  • Bodily Injury $25,000 per person
  • Bodily Injury$50,000 per accident
Personal injury Protection (PIP)
  • $4,500 medical expense per person
  • $900 per month income loss for one year
  • $25 per day at-home services
  • $4,500 rehabilitation expense per person
  • $2,000 funeral expense per person
Optional coverage in Kansas (varies by carrier):
  • Comprehensive
  • Collision
  • Loan/Lease Payoff
  • Medical Payments
  • Rental Car Reimbursement
  • Roadside Assistance

Liability coverage is legally required in Kansas and pays for injury and lost wages that you cause to another driver or their passengers as well as damage to the other driver’s vehicle in the event that you are considered “at fault” in an accident. The coverage limits are determined by each individual state and normally split into three categories. In Kansas, the minimum is listed as 25/50/10 and explained below:

$25,000 bodily injury coverage per person. This is the maximum dollar amount that pays for a single person that you injure in an auto accident.

$50,000 bodily injury coverage per accident. This is the maximum dollar amount that pays for all injuries that you cause in an accident if more than one person is hurt.

$10,000 property damage per accident. This is the maximum dollar amount that pays for damage that you cause in an accident.

Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist coverage is legally required in Kansas and pays for injuries that you or your passengers may suffer in the event that you are hit by an uninsured/underinsured driver who is at fault. The coverage limits are determined by each individual state and normally split into two categories. In Kansas, the minimum is listed as 25/50 and explained below:

$25,000 bodily injury coverage per person. This is the maximum dollar amount that pays for a single person injured in your vehicle by an uninsured/underinsured driver.

$50,000 bodily injury coverage per accident. This is the maximum dollar amount that pays for all injuries in your vehicle by an uninsured/underinsured driver if more than one person is hurt.

Personal Injury Protection provides coverage for medical costs that you and your passengers incur in an accident regardless of fault. PIP will cover medical expenses such as hospital bills, rehabilitation costs, and even work loss resulting from an accident. In Kansas, the PIP coverage limits listed above can be increased for more protection.

Even though Kansas is considered a “no-fault” state, drivers can still sue in the event of medical bills exceeding $2,000 or permanent disfigurement or death resulting from auto accidents.

Kansas is a no fault state!

What does this mean for you?

Put simply, a no-fault insurance laws system requires that drivers carry their own protection. When an accident happens, no matter who is at fault, your own insurance foots the bill. Each driver takes care of his or herself, and theoretically, the chances of someone suing or raising a hissy fit over culpability are lessened. And bonus? It guarantees every driver immediate medical treatment in the event of an accident.

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Car Insurance FAQs

Are digital insurance cards accepted in Kansas?

Yes

What does this mean for you?

If you happen to find yourself pulled over by a police officer in Kansas you won't have to rifle through your glovebox wondering if you remembered to replace that expired insurance card last month. Instead, you can provide proof of coverage with your smartphone.

Do I need uninsured motorist coverage in Kansas?

Uninsured Drivers in Kansas
Kansas

9%

Nationwide

12%

Did you know?

Uninsured motorist coverage protects you from damage caused by other drivers without insurance and hit-and-runs.

How much does car insurance cost in Kansas cities?

Rank City Avg. Annual Premium
1 Garden City $1,447
2 Dodge City $1,421
3 Liberal $1,404
4 Kansas City $1,369
5 Great Bend $1,235
6 Wichita $1,231
7 Pittsburg $1,178
8 Leavenworth $1,172
9 Hays $1,171
10 Emporia $1,157
11 Derby $1,153
12 Hutchinson $1,137
13 Junction City $1,127
14 Topeka $1,125
15 Lawrence $1,123
16 Shawnee $1,116
17 Prairie Village $1,106
18 Overland Park $1,105
19 Leawood $1,103
20 Newton $1,097
21 Lenexa $1,093
22 Olathe $1,091
23 Manhattan $1,091
24 Salina $1,070
25 Gardner $1,067

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Driving Laws

Kansas Texting and Driving Laws

  1. Ban on all cell phones for drivers with Learner or Intermediate Licenses
  2. Ban on text messaging for all drivers
Alcohol Related Fatalities

97

Per Year in Kansas
Annual DUI Arrests
Kansas
13,080
US Average
23,438
DUI Legal Limit

0.08%

Blood Alcohol Content
Average DUI Cost

10k

Nationally, For First Offenders
What does this mean for you?

Driving with a blood alcohol content higher than the number above will put you at risk of being arrested for driving under the influence. If arrested you’ll face harsh consequences and may face varying degrees of jail time, fines, driver’s license suspensions, and reinstatement requirements.

If convicted of a DUI, you can expect the financial obligations to extend beyond the DUI ticket to court costs, attorney fees, higher insurance rates, and potentially the installation of a Ignition Interlock Device to serve as a breathalyzer test each time you start your vehicle.
Cheap Car Insurance

It's cheap to get car insurance in Kansas!

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What's the cheapest car insurance in Kansas?
Rank Company Name Avg. Annual Premium
1 USAA $758
2 The Hartford $823
3 Auto-Owners $1,074
4 Allied $1,076
5 Travelers $1,084
6 Farmers $1,152
7 Farm Bureau Mutual $1,187
8 Nationwide $1,244
9 State Farm $1,258
10 Cal Casualty $1,268
11 American Family $1,335
12 Progressive $1,396
13 Auto Club $1,494
14 Safeco $1,500
15 Liberty Mutual $1,501
16 National Farmers Union $1,503
17 GEICO $1,593
18 Electric $1,644
19 Shelter $1,753
20 Safe Auto $1,793
21 MetLife $1,845
22 Allstate $2,069
23 Encompass $2,260

Kansas Tour Guide Scholarship

At The Zebra, we know better than most just what a pain buying car insurance can be. We also know that students suffer from higher-than-average policy rates. Talk about a double-whammy. That’s why, this year, we’ve decided to continue The Zebra’s annual scholarship with the goal of helping to alleviate the financial pressures of college-bound students in the Kansas area, while also getting an insider view of the Sunflower State.

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Prompt

So, Kansas students, we want to see your favorite road trip destination(s) in your state— from your unique perspective. If it makes sense to hit the open road and be our virtual tour guide, that’s great! But there are no limits to what we’re looking for: a narrated animation, a slideshow of memorabilia, an illustrated map of the best roadside attractions on the way. This is a chance for you to showcase any place you love in as an original way as possible.

Please Note:

  • The length of the road trip to your feature destination is inconsequential. So if you have an awesome spot in mind that’s just two miles from home, we want to see it.
Qualifications:

Applicants must be currently enrolled at or planning to attend a four-year university, graduate program, community college, or trade school located in the continental United States. Upon notification, winner(s) must supply a current proof of enrollment or letter of acceptance.

How to Apply:
  • Entrants should create an original video not exceeding 2 minutes. Each video submission must be hosted on YouTube or Vimeo, and should be submitted by email to scholarships@thezebra.com.
  • With your submission, please include your name, address, and phone number.
Details
  • Selected winner(s) will be awarded a check for $1,000.
  • Applications must be received no later than 11:59 p.m. CST on December 31st, 2017.
  • Winner(s) will be selected and notified by e-mail by January 31st, 2018.
  • Submissions will be judged by The Zebra and the winner will be selected based on creativity in the content and presentation.
  • Upon notification, winner(s) must also supply a current proof of enrollment at a four-year university, graduate program, community college, or trade school located in the continental United States.

Fine Print

  • By participating, entrants represent that the video submitted is their sole and original work and does not infringe the intellectual property rights of any other party. In other words, no copyrighted music or images may be used.
  • Employees of The Zebra and their immediate family members are not eligible to participate in the contest.
  • Written credits for any technical or talent positions (e.g., editor, director, actors) should be included with your submission, along with any sources used to create the video.