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Finding cheap Alabama auto insurance
If you're looking for cheap car insurance in Alabama, one of the best ways to get a good price is to shop around and compare quotes. That's because rates can vary by hundreds of dollars a year among insurers for the same coverage.
We've analyzed average premiums reported by EverQuote users so you can see how prices compare for Alabama drivers. (See methodology at the bottom of the page.)
Alabama auto insurance vs. the U.S. average
Average premiums for Alabama drivers with good records are slightly lower than the national average:
- $1,626/year Alabama average.
- $1,684/year national average.
Average Alabama premiums by company
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Average annual premium in Alabama
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Insurance increases in Alabama after a speeding ticket
Alabama drivers who get a speeding ticket see an average insurance increase of 31%.
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Average insurance paid in Alabama cities
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How to find cheap Alabama auto insurance
- Compare car insurance quotes from a few insurance companies.
- Keep a clean driving record with no car accident, tickets or insurance claims.
- Ask your auto insurance agent to review the available car insurance discounts.
- Increase the deductible on comprehensive and collision coverage, if you buy them.
- Buy renters or homeowners insurance from your auto insurance company to get a "bundling" discount.
- If you're buying a car, get insurance quotes for the cars you're considering so you're not surprised by the insurance bill later.
Rates methodology: EverQuote analyzed premiums reported by our users. Premiums are based on policies with liability of 100/300/50 ($100,000 bodily injury per person, $300,000 bodily injury per accident, $50,000 property damage) and uninsured motorist coverage of 100/300 ($100,000 per person, $300,000 per accident). We used premiums collected between Jan. 1, 2017, and Dec. 31, 2018. Your own rates will be different.
Updated Feb. 20, 2019