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Baltimore, Maryland is known as a city of neighborhoods, with 72 unique and historic districts. Whichever neighborhood you call home, you deserve the most affordable car insurance rates you can get.
How much is car insurance in Baltimore, MD? Residents pay more on average for car insurance in Baltimore than drivers living in many other US cities. High crime and the frequency of car accidents per capita are only some of the factors contributing to the elevated insurance rates for Baltimore drivers. On average, auto insurance in Maryland costs $1,016.81 per year. The national average price is $889.01.
Prices will vary depending on your limits, coverage, zip code and the total number of claims filed.
|Total Cost Per Year||$1,016.81|
|Price Per Month||$84.73|
The graph below shows the change in average Maryland rates from 2011 to 2015, the most recent year the data is available. According to the III, Maryland car insurance rates increased from $956 in 2011 to $1,016 in 2015, a jump of $60 dollars, or 6.35 percent.
QuoteWizard helps consumers compare quotes from both national companies and local independent agents. Comparing quotes can help you find cheap car insurance rates near Baltimore, Maryland and save up to 40% on your premium.
Last year, 13,171 people used QuoteWizard to compare auto insurance quotes in Baltimore, MD from multiple companies.
These are the most common car makes and models owned by Baltimore drivers requesting quotes through QuoteWizard last year.
This is our list of the most common car insurance companies reported by QuoteWizard users living in Baltimore, MD last year.
Other popular Baltimore, Maryland car insurance companies: USAA, Safeco, MetLife, Country Financial, 21st Century, American Family, Maryland Farm Bureau, and Travelers.
Allstate Insurance publishes an annual report ranking the 200 most populous cities in America in terms of driver safety. Baltimore ranked 198th out of 200 cities. While most US drivers go 10 years without having an accident, drivers here are involved in crashes every 4.7 years, 113.9 percent more often than the national average.
Several factors affecting insurance rates are the local weather and road conditions.
Sun. Rain. Snow. Baltimore’s climate has it all. Summers in Baltimore can be hot, sometimes blistering with temperatures well over 90 degrees, and very humid. Winters can be cold and average 9.5 snowy days each year. Some years see more snow, some less. It all depends on how many Nor'easters blow through the region. It can rain here, too. Precipitation averages a healthy 40.89 inches a year, more than in Seattle, making streets slick and treacherous for commuters.
The condition of Baltimore roads is a sore spot for both commuters and insurance companies. According to a recent study by TRIP, a non-profit national transportation research group, 69% of the major roads are in either poor or mediocre condition. The sad of state of Baltimore's city streets and roads costs the average commuter $708 a year in extra vehicle operating costs.
According to TomTom's annual traffic index report, Baltimore is ranked 29th for traffic congestion in the United States. To the average commuter this means spending an additional 22 minutes per hour stuck in traffic during rush hour commutes and 85 hours a year for peak hour commutes of 30 minutes.
Moving violations such as drunk driving, running a red light, following too close, accidents, and speeding can give you a bad driving record and increase your insurance rates.
The District Court of Maryland traffic website allows residents to pay traffic tickets and tells Baltimore drivers how to contest tickets.
The City of Baltimore has equipped red light cameras at several busy intersections as well as speed cameras throughout the city. This web page has information on how to pay fines.
A DUI conviction may require you to obtain an SR-22 form. Request a quote and we'll connect you with local agents from top companies that specialize in Baltimore DUI insurance.
Baltimore experienced 31 motor vehicle crash fatalities in 2013. This works out to a fatality rate of 2.41 per 100,000 residents. All traffic deaths are a tragic loss, but overall, with an estimated population of 614,664 Baltimore is a safe city in terms of traffic fatalities.
Baltimore Police Department recorded 5,569 vehicle thefts in 2016. This is a rate of 8.96 per 1,000 residents. This is more than four times the national rate of 2.20 thefts per 1,000 people.
Baltimore, Maryland has a minimum liability coverage requirement known as the 30/60/15 rule. This means each policy must include at least the following three components:
Discounts are a great way to lower your rates. These are some of the many car insurance discounts available to drivers in Baltimore, MD depending on your carrier.
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