One Pennsylvania city is reported to have one of the highest average car insurance rates in the nation…and it’s not Pittsburgh.
Philadelphia, Detroit, and Brooklyn claim this status, according to online quote-comparison website CarInsurance.com. Good or bad, where you live does affect how much you pay in car insurance. Relative theft and crime rates in cities play a large part in influencing insurance rates as well.
Rounding out the top 10 were Providence; New Orleans; Los Angeles; Woodbridge, Connecticut; Baltimore; Miami, and Royalton, Kentucky.
So if you’re thinking about buying a new car, you can relax knowing that you’re going to most likely get a better rate than if you lived 6 hours in the other direction. Start your engines!