WDEL Blog: Allan Loudell

Cheapest & most expensive auto insurance in Delaware

A consumer finance website named ValuePenguin.com has analyzed Delaware Department of Insurance data to come up with a ranking of the most inexpensive and most costly towns and cities for auto insurance, for a hypothetical single 31-year-old man with a clean driving history.

Kind of interesting. Some Sussex County downstate communities did best, and of course, those of us in New Castle County pay out much more...


Posted at 2:16pm on May 29, 2014 by Allan Loudell

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Comments on this post:

Mike from Delaware
Thu, May 29, 2014 3:38pm
No big surprise, far larger population + heavier traffic + more congestion = more accidents [claims] thus higher rates.

Sat, May 31, 2014 3:36am
Switch to Geico.

Mike from Delaware
Mon, Jun 2, 2014 4:23pm
Mrpizza when you hit your 50th birthday, join AARP , & get the auto insurance from them . My rate is literally half of what Geico quoted me. No one comes close as far as I've seen.

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