Compare Auto Insurance in Mesa
Covering over 130 square miles, Mesa is more populous than Miami, Minneapolis, or Atlanta. Mesa ranks third for most populous city in the state of Arizona and is home to over 500,000 residents. It's also part of a 21-city region with a population of 4.3 million people. This area is projected to grow to six million within 15 years. Make sure your insurance rates aren’t growing just as fast.
Average Mesa Car Insurance Rates
How much is car insurance in Mesa, AZ? Average car insurance rates in Mesa are slightly lower than the national average. The average cost of auto insurance in Arizona is $843.92. The national average price is $889.01 per year.
Prices may vary depending on your limits, coverage (liability or comprehensive), and the total number of insurance claims filed in your zip code.
|Total Cost Per Year||$843.92|
|Price Per Month||$70.32|
|Source: Facts + Statistics: Auto insurance|
The graph below shows the most recent year Arizona's rate data is available. According to the III, Arizona car insurance rates increased from $776 in 2011 to $844 in 2015, a jump of $67, or 8.67 percent.
QuoteWizard helps consumers compare rates from both national car insurance companies and local independent agents. Comparing insurance quotes can help you find cheap car insurance rates near Mesa, Arizona and save up to 40% on your premium.
Last year, 13,029 people used QuoteWizard to do a car insurance quotes comparison in Mesa, AZ from multiple companies to find the best rates.
Best Car Insurance Companies in Mesa, AZ
This is our list of the most common car insurance companies reported by QuoteWizard users living in Mesa, Arizona last year.
Top 10 Vehicles
This is our list of the most common car makes and models owned by Mesa, AZ drivers requesting quotes through QuoteWizard last year.
- Ford F150
- Ford Mustang
- Honda Accord EX/LX
- Chevrolet C1500 Silverado
- Toyota Prius
- Honda Civic EX
- Chevrolet Malibu
- Ford Explorer
- Ford Focus SE
- Chrysler PT Cruiser
Minimum Car Insurance Requirements in Mesa, AZ
Mesa, Arizona has a minimum liability coverage requirement known as the 15/30/10 rule. This rule means drivers are required to maintain policies that include at least:
- Individual Bodily Injury Liability (BIL): $15,000.
The total amount your insurer will pay for one person injured in a car accident.
- Total Bodily Injury Liability: $30,000.
The total amount your insurer will pay for every person injured in a car accident.
- Property Damage Liability (PDL): $10,000.
The maximum amount your insurer will pay for property damage caused by a car accident.
The State of Arizona also allows residents the option of obtaining a certificate of deposit of $40,000 assigned to the Office of the Arizona State Treasurer.
According to a recent report published by Allstate Insurance, when it comes to safe driving, Mesa is ranked 15th out of the 200 cities in the report. While most US drivers go ten years without having an accident, drivers here are involved in crashes every 10.9 years.
Weather and road conditions can have a major effect on insurance rates.
The weather in Mesa is, in a word: hot. The summers here are long. Mesa experiences 301 sunny days per year and temperatures exceed 100 degrees during most of the summer. The winters are short and seldom very cold. On average, Mesa sees only 29 days with any measurable precipitation, usually measuring less than ten inches of rainfall annually.
According to a recent study by TRIP, 23 percent of the major roads in Arizona are in poor condition, costing residents $550 a year in vehicle operating costs and repairs.
Though the Phoenix-Mesa metropolitan area is an extremely populous area, the amount of motorists on the road hasn’t dramatically affected traffic congestion. INRIX, a traffic data company, ranks Mesa 17th for worst traffic congestion in the US. Mesa commuters are delayed 51 hours per year. This wastes 25 gallons of gas and loses $1,201 in congestion-related costs.
TomTom ranks the Mesa-Phoenix metropolitan area 165th for worst traffic congestion in the world. Motorists here spend an extra 20 minutes per day in traffic and 77 hours per year stuck in traffic.
Moving violations like speeding tickets go on your driver's license. Enough of them can cause huge problems for budget-conscious drivers. Have you ever shopped for car insurance with a bad driving history? Some insurers will make you buy high-risk insurance coverage. Policies like this can be very expensive.
The City of Mesa Municipal Court website allows you to pay traffic citations, provides information on defensive driving classes, and how to request a hearing.
SR-22 DUI Insurance
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 Mesa DUI insurance.
Drunk Driving Accidents and Fatalities
Mesa Police reported 279 car crashes in 2017 where alcohol was a factor. These DUI crashes caused 160 injuries and thirteen fatalities.
Car Accident Statistics
Mesa Police reported 7,740 traffic accidents in 2017, resulting in 2,316 injuries.
Mesa reported 36 fatal collisions in 2017, resulting in 37 fatalities. While all traffic deaths are tragedies, with Tempe's estimated population of 496,401, Mesa is a safe US city in terms of traffic fatalities.
Vehicle Theft Rates
Mesa reported 884 motor vehicle thefts in 2017. That’s a rate of 1.78 per 1,000 residents. This was slightly lower than the national average of 2.37 per 1,000 residents.
Car Insurance Discounts
Are you looking for affordable car insurance? Discounts are a great way to lower your rates. These are some of the many auto insurance discounts available to drivers in Mesa, AZ.
- Drive less. Live close to work and get the low mileage discount
- Keep your driving record clean. Too many tickets and especially at-fault accidents will increase your rates significantly
- Maintain at least a B grade point average in school to qualify for the good student discount
- Get a new car. You might qualify for the new car discount offered by many insurance carriers. If the car has safety features like electronic stability control or anti-lock brakes, you may receive further discounts
- Bundle your auto policy. Bundling your auto and homeowners policy together can save you as much as 20%
- Take a defensive driving course from an accredited driving school
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