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Denver, Colorado is popularly known as the “Mile High City”. If you’re a Denver resident and feel like your rates are a mile high too, QuoteWizard can help you find affordable car insurance rates.
How much is car insurance in Denver, CO? The average cost of insurance coverage in Denver is $1,263 per year for men and $1,355 for women. Denver drivers pay significantly more than the national average of $866.31 and the $821.19 a year paid for average auto insurance in Colorado.
Prices in Denver will vary depending on several factors including: your driving record and the number of claims filed in their zip code.
|Total Cost Per Year||$1,263||$1,355|
|Price Per Month||$105||$113|
|Methodology: We compared rates from three different insurance companies for single 30-year-old male and female drivers renting in Denver owning a 2010 Honda Accord. Our rate profiles defined males and females who are currently insured, clean driving record and drive less than 10,000 annual miles. Coverage includes Colorado state liability minimum of $25,000/$50,000/$15,000 and 25/50/15 underinsured motorist coverage with $2,500 personal injury protection and a $500 comprehensive and collision deductible.|
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Last year, 19,169 people used QuoteWizard to compare auto insurance quotes in Denver, CO from multiple companies, and find the cheapest rates.
This is our list of the most popular car makes and models owned by Denver drivers requesting quotes through QuoteWizard last year.
These are the most popular car insurance companies reported by QuoteWizard users living in Denver, CO last year when they requested a quote.
Other popular Denver, Colorado insurance companies: AAA, Safeco, USAA, MetLife, Country Financial, Hartford, Travelers, 21st Century, and Colorado Farm Bureau.
Allstate Insurance ranks the 200 largest US cities in terms of driver safety each year. Denver received middling marks, ranking 131st out of 200 cities. While most US drivers go ten years without having an accident, drivers here are involved in crashes every 11 years.
The weather, driving, and road conditions strongly influence insurance rates.
Denver has a semi-arid climate with four distinct seasons. Summers are generally mild but occasionally hot. Winters are chilly and can be extremely cold. You can see the sun in any season with an average of 300 sunny days per year. Precipitation averages only 14.3 inches a year but, thanks to its high elevation, Denver has an average of 33.3 snow days each winter.
Winter subjects Denver streets to the cold winter conditions that creates potholes and cracked pavement. According to a recent study by TRIP, 45% of Denver's roads are in poor condition and another 35% are mediocre. Driving on poorly maintained roads costs drivers $753 a year in extra vehicle operating costs.
TomTom ranks Denver 23rd for worst traffic congestion in the United States. The result is that the average commuter spends an additional 26 minutes per hour stuck in traffic during peak commute times and 98 hours a year for commutes of 30 minutes. Traffic data provider Inrix has created a traffic scorecard that ranks US cities by their traffic congestion. Unlike TomTom, Inrix ranked Denver the 19th worst US city for traffic congestion. According to Inrix, commuters wasted 49 hours stuck in congestion last year.
Moving violations like speeding, following too close, running a red light, and at-fault accidents can add points to your driver's license and give you a bad driving record. You could also be required to obtain high risk auto insurance. This can have a huge effect on your insurance rates.
The Denver County Court website allows you to pay traffic citations, pay parking tickets, and tells drivers how to dispute tickets, and provides helpful traffic court information.
Denver Police issued 98,455 moving citations in 2014, a 10% decrease from the 109,411 citations issued in 2013.
The City of Denver uses both Red Light Cameras and Photo Radar Vans to help curb red light running and excessive speeding. Photo citations are considered "zero point" traffic infractions meaning they won't be reported to the Colorado DMV, go on your driving record, or cause your insurance rates to increase.
Denver has equipped four busy intersections with Red Light Cameras: 6th & Kalamath, 6th & Lincoln, 8th & Speer, and 36th & Quebec.
The city of Denver deploys Photo Radar Vans on residential streets with speed limits of 35 MPH or less, streets bordering parks, school zones, and work zones.
Denver Police made 2,619 arrests for suspicion of driving under the influence in 2014, a 9.6 decrease from the 2,998 DUI arrest made in 2013.
A DUI or DWAI conviction may require you to obtain an SR-22 form. Get a quote and compare rates from local agents and top companies that specialize in Denver DUI/DWAI insurance.
Denver experienced 23,318 car accidents in 2014, a decrease of 6.8% from the 21,830 accidents reported in 2013.
Denver reported 49 motor vehicle crash fatalities in 2014, a 6.5% increase over the 46 fatalities recorded in 2013. This works out to a fatality rate of 7.38 per 100,000 Denver residents. With Denver’s estimated population of 693,060, this is a relatively safe US city in terms of traffic fatalities.
Denver reported 4,384 vehicle thefts in 2016, a rate of 6.42 for every 1,000 residents.
Denver, Colorado drivers are required to carry minimum liability coverage known as the 25/50/15 rule. This means each driver's policy must include at least:
Are you looking for cheap car insurance? Discounts are one of the best ways for drivers to lower their insurance rates. These are some of the many auto insurance discounts available to Denver drivers depending on your insurer. Get a quote and find out which discounts you may qualify for with your current or multiple insurance companies.
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