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The best cheap car insurance in Connecticut

The best cheap car insurance in Connecticut

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Connecticut is ranked the ninth-most expensive state for car insurance, according to the Insurance Information Institute, with the average driver spending about $1,168.33 per year on premiums. 

Connecticut drivers have a big opportunity to save if they’re willing to shop around. Auto insurance costs can vary widely from person to person, and there are many factors that go into them.

Things like your age, gender, and your credit score can all influence your premium, or the amount you’ll pay for coverage. Each company uses a different formula to consider these factors into your price, so you’ll want to get a few different quotes to see which company offers you the best price. 

That said, some companies offer excellent rates in Connecticut. Here are a few to help you start your search. 

The following are the most popular car insurance companies in Connecticut, based on the percentage of insured Connecticut drivers who use them:

Company Market share (%)
GEICO 18.44
Progressive 11.27
Allstate 9.72
Liberty Mutual 8.41
State Farm 7.1
Travelers 5.71
USAA* 4.77
MetLife 3.74
Amica 3.61
Nationwide 3.3
The Hartford 3.08
CSAA Insurance 2.28
The Hanover Insurance Group 1.92
Farmers 1.85
National General 1.85
American Family 1.67
Chubb 1.62
MAPFRE 1.49
Plymouth Rock 0.96
Kemper 0.84
Utica National Insurance 0.7
Arbella Insurance 0.7

*USAA is only for active military, veterans, and their families.

Data from S&P Global Intelligence

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