For most drivers, male and female car insurance rates are very similar: women pay $740 for a 6-month policy compared to the $735 paid by male drivers, on average. For young drivers, however, it's a different story. Men under the age of 25 pay an average of 10% more per year for car insurance than do women in the same age bracket. We'll explore the reasoning behind this discrepancy and review some easy ways to save when shopping for your next policy.
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However, the difference between the car insurance rates paid by men and women changes substantially with age. We sampled quotes for different drivers and found that 20-year-old women pay 16%—or about $55 per month—less for car insurance than 20-year-old men. However, by age 32 the relationship flips and men paying $6 less per month than women do for car insurance.
We fooled you, as chances are you thought we’d list the “good student discount,” which usually gives up to 15 percent off for those who maintain a “B” average, but most folks are aware of that. While it’s a bonus that’s good to get, and one we recommend you look into, you can likely save way more by simply doing a car insurance comparison to see who offers the lowest rates. Here’s why: Rates for the exact same coverage vary by hundreds of dollars, depending on which insurer you choose. That’s because each insurance company assesses risk differently and uses its own formula when deciding how much you pay. If you don’t shop around, you won’t save. You can see how much you can save by using our average car insurance rates tool, which shows rates by ZIP code for six age groups and three coverage levels, as well as the highest and lowest rates fielded from up to six major insurers.
Part of the reason behind this increase in likelihood of being involved in a collision is that men—on average—simply drive more than women. Additionally, men have also been shown to more frequently engage in risky driving behaviors like speeding and drunk driving. This is especially true for young drivers, with young male teenagers being twice as likely to be killed while driving than young ladies are. Due to these and other reasons, young women are less-often involved in car crashes than young men, and their insurance rates are adjusted accordingly.
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