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Reno is the Biggest Little City in the World. Are you a Reno driver looking for car insurance? This page covers Reno’s car insurance laws, companies, and rates.
How much does car insurance in Reno, NV cost? Car insurance rates here are more expensive than most of the country. You can thank the high number of uninsured motorists, drunk drivers, car prowlers, and lawyers the next time you're writing a check to your insurance company.
The average cost of car insurance in Nevada is $985.39 per year. The national average annual cost is $889.01. On average, Nevada drivers pay 11% more for auto insurance than the average American.
Your prices may vary depending on your car, driving record, zip code, limits, and the number of claims filed in your neighborhood.
|Total Cost Per Year||$985.39|
|Price Per Month||$82.11|
|Source: Facts + Statistics: Auto insurance|
The graph below shows the change in Nevada's average auto insurance rate from 2011 to 2015, the most recent year the data is available. According to the Insurance Information Institute, Nevada's car insurance rates increased from $904 in 2011 to $985 in 2015, a jump of $80, or 8.89 percent.
You need auto insurance. This doesn’t mean you should go with the first policy you find.
QuoteWizard helps consumers compare quotes from national insurance companies. Comparing quotes can help you find cheap car insurance rates near Reno, Nevada and save up to 40% on your premium.
Last year, 8,785 people used QuoteWizard to compare car insurance quotes in Reno, Nevada from multiple companies to find the cheapest rates.
These are the most popular car insurance companies reported by QuoteWizard users in Reno, Nevada last year. Of those people 2,245 were uninsured when they requested a quote.
These are the most popular car makes and models owned by Reno, NV QuoteWizard users.
Reno, Nevada requires all its drivers to carry certain minimum liability coverage. The minimum is 25/50/20. This means your policy must include:
Relying only on minimum coverage can lead to huge problems. Minimum coverage doesn’t include collision or comprehensive coverage. If your policy is inadequate, one accident can cost you a lot.
To make sure you have good coverage, we recommend the following:
Weather, road conditions, and traffic can factor into your insurance rates. The riskier your driving conditions, the higher your premium.
Reno has an average annual snowfall of 24 inches, just below the national average of 26 inches. Snow brings slick roads and impaired vision, leading to a spike in crashes.
Reno’s snowfall season is long. Make sure your car is prepared for it to avoid accidents
Driving on Reno’s poor roads costs drivers $530 annually. Nevada highways have fallen short in their required upkeep over the past few years, and current funding levels can only maintain 60 to 70 percent of the required work needed. Bad road conditions can raise insurance rates for everyone.
The average commute time in Reno is 18.7 minutes. This is 26.3 percent below the national average of 25.4 minutes.
Tickets and accidents will increase your rates. If you’ve had many citations, you could need to buy high-risk insurance. It’s extremely expensive, and some insurers refuse to offer it.
If you are arrested for a DUI in Reno you can face jail time, $1,000 in fines, and probation for up to three years.
Nevada requires you to fill out an SR-22 form as proof of financial responsibility in the event of a DUI. State law requires that an SR-22 be carried for three years after the end of the license suspension. The SR-22 must have the following minimum coverage:
Needing an SR-22 usually leads to an increase in your car insurance rates.
Living in an area with a high accident rate comes with higher insurance costs. The Nevada Department of Public Safety reports 1,334 auto crashes involving serious injuries in 2015. This is a 10.6 percent increase from 1,206 injuries in 2015.
Insurers calculate high-risk routes in the area when figuring your premiums. Driving carefully helps everyone’s rates.
Areas with many car thefts have higher car insurance rates. That’s especially true for people who drive a commonly-stolen car. Reno reported 1,344 auto thefts in 2016. This is a 31.6 percent increase over 1,021 auto thefts reported in 2015.
Looking to save money on your car insurance in Reno? There are many discount options available to lower your premiums:
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