Falling Insurance Rates to Impact Drivers in These 12 States

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Although car insurance rates are on the rise for some areas of the country, drivers in these 12 states will be getting a break soon. In 2020, these states are predicted at actually see a rate drop. Are you one of the lucky drivers who might catch a break?

North Dakota

Drivers in North Dakota will see an average rate decrease of .25% in 2020. While that’s not a huge discount, every little bit helps.

New York

In New York state, drivers will see a noticeable decrease in their auto insurance rates in the coming year. With an average rate drop of 4.1%, residents will enjoy a little extra cash in their pockets.

Delaware

Although the rate decrease isn’t massive–just over 1%–the number of car insurance customers who will see a rate decrease this year is pretty impressive. 20% of Delaware residents will see lower insurance premiums.

Texas

People drive a lot in Texas. It’s a big state! And now, Texas drivers will see almost 1.5% decrease in their insurance bills.

Georgia

Just under 400,000 Georgia residents will see a very slight drop in their car insurance premiums in 2020. Still won’t make driving in Atlanta any more pleasant.

Nevada

Another 400,000 drivers in Nevada will see about a 1% decrease in their car insurance costs.

Mississippi

Almost 20% of Mississippi drivers will see a decrease in their insurance rates in 2020, with an average drop of almost 3%.

Arkansas

600,000 people in Arkansas will be getting a pleasant surprise when they check their car insurance bill.

Michigan

If you’re a Michigan resident, you already know how expensive car insurance is in your home state. Luckily, almost a million drivers will see around a 2% rate decrease this year.

Kansas

Like Michigan, Kansas will find about a million drivers with a slight rate decrease for their car insurance in 2020.

Louisiana

Good news for Louisiana drivers! About 25% of you will be getting a few dollars off your insurance premiums.

Kentucky

Taking the number one spot on our list is Kentucky, which is set to see 1.5 million of its residents enjoy a significant decrease of 5% on their car insurance premiums.