What is the cheapest state for car insurance and to renew car plates?

March 2, 2017 · Posted in FAQ 
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I used to live in Michigan where insurance is insaine! I live in Ohio now and its like 315$ 4 6 months on a 99 Honda civc, with progressive. I’m 27 btw. Car plates in Ohio are $57.00 to renew a standard plate.

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5 Responses to “What is the cheapest state for car insurance and to renew car plates?”

  1. Red on April 1st, 2009 1:06 pm

    I used to live in IN and now I live in Ohio. Insurance is about the same in both states just depending on the area you live in. Plates in IN are insane also! Ohio BMV rocks!

  2. mdcbert on April 3rd, 2009 7:35 pm

    I have State Farm (for 20 years)

    I pay $38 a month for my `02 Taurus and $48 a month for my `86 Reliant. ten year accident free full 40% discount with the Taurus and only a 30% discount for the Reliant as I was his 5 years ago.

    oh tags are $50 every TWO years in OREGON.

  3. marimar67m on April 4th, 2009 12:31 pm

    PUERTO RICO U PAY 126.00 A YEAR AND U GET INSURANCE AND PLATES… CHECK TITAN, GRANGE, CITIZANS,

  4. joshcolv001 on April 6th, 2009 9:37 am

    Cheapest states for car insurance is Florida, Oklahoma and Louisiana. The minimum requirements are only 10k/20k/10k. Ohio is 12.5k/25k/7.5k. Now as far as the car plates, I dunno. LOL Hope that sorta helped. =]

    And you think Michigan’s insurance is insane? Kentucky adds a municipal tax and state tax on top of your policy. Which makes your coverage cost $100-$200+ more! It mostly depends on your age of course.

  5. Marissa R on April 8th, 2009 12:29 am

    Michigan has some touch insurance laws which is part of then reason the rates are so high. Each state regulates insurance rates- it isn’t up to the insurer their rating system must be approved.

    I seem to recall Oregon being pretty cheap when I worked for that big insurer that starts with a P. (don’t want to get in trouble here)

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