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What is the average cost of car insurance for a Ford?

The average monthly cost to insure a Ford is $142 per month or $1,715 per year with a full coverage policy. The cheapest models to insure are the Ford Fusion and Edge, costing less than $1,500 per year. If you are looking to buy a Ford Mustang or Expedition, the average cost of car insurance is north of $1,800 per year

New Fords come equipped with safety features and driver-assist technologies to lower your insurance rate. You should be able to get passive restraint discounts, anti-lock brakes discounts, and anti-theft device discounts with any Ford model. Most car insurance companies offer good driver discounts for students, safe drivers, and seniors. If you have a good driving record, you could get your Ford insurance costs 20% lower.

Risk factors in determining your Ford car insurance rate

Many risk factors go into determining your Ford car insurance rate. Still, the type of vehicle and automobile age are two of the most significant risk factors for most auto insurers. 

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