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Ohio Least Expensive Auto Insurance, Minimum Requirements, & Quote Comparison for Your Best Price

For a driver with decent driving history, the most affordable auto insurance in Ohio is with Erie, The Cincinnati, and Westfield.

Each insurer is able to offer quotes from 16% to nearly 28% lower than the median rate compared to drivers of similar age and profile.

Three other carriers you want to put on your list to get quotes are Farmers, Western Reserve, and Travelers.

All three can offer substantially lower than average quotes for drivers with good driving history.

Two other carriers offering cheap coverage are Liberty Mutual and Atlantic States (Donegal Group).

Both insurers can offer coverage from 12% to over 20% lower than the median for similar age drivers.

Another insurer which did well in many cities across Ohio is Frankenmuth.

They can offer below average quotes for many drivers. 

There are more details below.

In this article, I am going to cover the minimum requirements in Ohio, low-cost auto insurance options by carrier, and cost-saving tips to help you lower your monthly premium.

If you would like to skip to a certain portion of the article, there is a table of contents down a little and to the right. 

Minimum Car Insurance Requirements in Ohio

Ohio’s minimum coverage for car insurance is 25,000 / 50,000 / 25,000 for bodily injury liability and property damage liability.

CoverageOhio Minimum Liability CoverageRecommended Coverage
Bodily Injury Protection$25,000 / $50,000$100,000 / $300,000
Property Damage$25,000$50,000
Uninsured Motorist Property DamageOptional$25,000
Uninsured MotoristOptional$25,000 / $50,000
Comprehensive CoverageN/A$500 deductible
Collision CoverageN/A$500 deductible

Bodily Injury Liability

If the minimum coverage is purchased, the insurer will cover up to a maximum of $25,000 per person injured or up to a maximum of $50,000 for all passengers injured in the event of an accident.

Cheapest car insurance for 25 year old in Ohio.Note: The lowest quotes for a 25-year old in Ohio is with Erie, The Cincinnati, and Westfield. I queried each at $1,655, $1,690, and $1,700 respectfully per year. Which is approximately 23% lower than the median quote for similar age drivers.

Property Damage Liability

If the minimum coverage is purchased the insurer will pay up to a maximum of $25,000 to cover any damage to the automobile, personal property, and public property, such as places of business, traffic signs, and guard rails.

Uninsured Motorist Protection

Since many cities in OH, such as Canton and Dublin, have a significant amount of uninsured motorists it is recommended to get Uninsured Motorist Protection (UM).

Which will cover damages in the event you are involved in an auto accident with an driver who has little or no insurance.

Cheapest quotes by premium for 30 y/o in Ohio.Note: A 30-year-old driver can find inexpensive quotes with Erie, The Cincinnati, and Westfield. I queried each at $1,273, $1,290, and $1,324 respectfully per year. Which is 23% to 25% lower than the “mean” quote for similar profile drivers. Farmers and Western Reserve offer competitive quotes with prices at $1,339 and $1,348 respectfully.

Comprehensive & Collision Coverage

It is highly recommended to get comprehensive and collision cover for vehicles that cost more than $3,000 or newer model automobiles.

Before you decide on a policy it is vital for you to understand the minimum requirements for the state of Ohio.

Be sure you compare more than three quotes since each insurer has their own method to weigh the importance of driving history, credit scores, or your age.

Other optional insurance in Ohio is medical payment coverage.

Least expensive auto insurance by price for 35 year old.Note: A 35 y/o driver can find quotes clustering between $890 and $1,021 per year. The cheapest car insurance is Erie with a quote at $890. Which is over 25% lower than the median quote for similar profile drivers. The Cincinnati and Westfield are 5% and 10% higher with prices at $932 and $978 respectfully.

Who has the Cheapest Auto Insurance in Ohio?

Below is a table of the 21 cheapest car insurance companies in Ohio for drivers from 25 to 55 years of age.

When I did my queries for quotes the overall cheapest in Ohio is Erie.

All of the quotes are 14% to 21% below the average premium.

The 2nd least expensive overall is The Cincinnati.

Quotes averaged 12% to 20% below the average policyholder.

And 3rd was Westfield which has quotes 10% to 20% below the average policyholder.

If you are in the market to lower your annual premium the three cheapest providers in the state of Ohio are Erie, The Cincinnati, and Westfield.

Other carriers which you should put on your bucket list to get quotes are Atlantic States or the Donegal Group, Western Reserve, Travelers, Farmers, and Frankenmuth. 

With the list you have eight insurers with a blend of regional and national carriers to help you find the lowest premium. 

CompanyAverage Premium 25 Y/O 30 Y/O35 Y/O45 Y/O55 Y/O
Erie$1,655$1,273$890$622$465
The Cincinnati$1,690$1,290$932$633$487
Westfield$1,700$1,324$978$643$490
Farmers$1,765$1,339$1,009$649$500
Western Reserve$1,832$1,348$1,021$655$512
Travelers$1,849$1,348$1,033$687$511
Atlantic States$1,900$1,349$1,045$690$515
Liberty Mutual$1,943$1,356$1,055$703$502
Motorists Mutual$1,945$1,398$1,065$733$534
General Casualty$1,976$1,404$1,076$740$544
Hastings Mutual$1,989$1,414$1,102$745$555
American Family$2,003$1,430$1,121$765$576
MetLife$2,012$1,463$1,165$790$590
The Hartford$2,023$1,467$1,176$821$621
Ameriprise$2,045$1,489$1,190$833$623
State Farm$2,090$1,494$1,200$859$643
Titan$2,100$1,517$1,254$900$678
Grange Mutual$2,109$1,536$1,255$921$680
Merchants Group$2,154$1,539$1,258$933$690
Central Mutual$2,245$1,547$1,211$934$700
Progressive$2,244$1,558$1,209$909$634

Lowest price carriers for 45 year old in Ohio.Note: A 45-year-old driver in Ohio can find affordable quotes with Erie, The Cincinnati, and Westfield. I queried each at $622, $633, and $643 respectfully per year. Which is approximately 24% to 26% lower than the average premium for similar age drivers.

Top 20 Cities with the Lowest Average Premium

If you reside in any of the cities in the table below you should be able to get a premium well below the state average.

The cheapest cities in Ohio to buy are premium are Elyria, Lorain, and Mentor.

Elyria averages $862 for an annual premium with full coverage for a 26 to 30-year-old driver.

Lorain averages $895 for full coverage while Mentor averages $905.

CityAnnual RatePopulation
Elyria$86253,715
Lorain$89563,730
Mentor$90546,732
Mansfield$93546,678
Parma$94379,425
Cuyahoga Falls$98949,206
Strongsville$99544,631
Kettering$1,00555,306
Beavercreek$1,01646,376
Lakewood$1,02950,279
Newark$1,07449,134
Fairfield$1,07942,617
Canton$1,08071,323
Springfield$1,08059,087
Dayton$1,121140,489
Akron$1,144197,633
Euclid$1,15247,360
Cleveland Heights$1,19844,633
Youngstown$1,27864,312
Cincinnati$1,292298,800

Cheapest car insurance premium by quote for 55 year old.

Note: A 55-year-old driver should put all insurers illustrated on their list to get quotes. Affordable quotes can be found with Erie. With a price a $465 per year. Which is nearly 32% lower than the median quote for similar profile drivers. Other companies offering competitive rates are Westfield, Farmers, and Western Reserve.

Best Insurers by Written Premiums, Rate Change, and Consumer Rating

Below are the best carriers by consumer rating, rate change, and the number of complaints.

The rate change over 12 to 18 months is normal for all the insurers illustrated.

The number of complaints is higher for those with a higher amount of written premiums. This is normal.

The consumer rating is from online reputable sources to get an average.

Any other data is compiled from III.org, AM Best, and JD Power & Associates. 

CompanyWritten PremiumRate Change < 18 Months# of ComplaintsConsumer Rating out of 5 Stars
The Cincinnati$132,457,590+1.7%124.2
Central Mutual$27,430,517+2.7%94.0
Erie$155,384,563+1.9%164.3
State Farm$1,041,549,479+2.3%654.4
State Auto$64,654,140+2.3%64.2
Motorists Mutual$83,652,756+2.6%83.9
American Family$123,200,599+2.1%124.3
Travelers$46,437,217+2.4%34.5
Western Reserve$40,102,403+1.9%34.1
Auto-Owners$30,341,579+1.9%24.0
Nationwide$437,761,466+1.9%314.4
Westfield$148,615,095+1.6%144.1
Ohio Mutual$37,139,756+2.2%53.8
Safeco$109,992,905+2.2%53.8
Grange Mutual$233,058,900+2.3%73.8
Allstate$434,055,052+2.4%214.3
USAA$116,529,019+1.9%74.5
The Hartford$26,318,736+2.2%44.3
Liberty Mutual$95,000,409+2.0%24.6
Pekin$31,647,585+2.2%34.0
United Ohio$27,985,432+2.4%53.8
GEICO$308,214,594+2.0%154.4
Victoria$40,730,902+2.0%23.8
The General25,499,972+2.0%23.7
Progressive$691,877,871+2.2%434.2
Esurance$29,732,800+2.5%44.0
Farmers$154,618,330+2.8%224.4
Safe Auto56,966,026+2.5%64.3
MetLife$22,080,105+3.0%43.8
Northbrook$29,560,235+3.0%23.8

Average Premium in Ohio by City

Below is a table list of the average premium by city and quote.

When you are comparing quotes one of the main factors is location.

You will see a variance in quotes when comparing if you move or are thinking of moving to another city in the state of Ohio.

City Average RateCity Average Rate
Albany$902Lancaster$904
Beavercreek$922Lima$912
Brunswick$912Lucasville$895
Cedarville$899Mansfield$897
Circleville$900Marion$899
Clarksburg$905Mechanicsburg$912
Cleves$976Miamisburg$905
Clifton$1,033Newwark$922
Concord$1,009North Olmstead$916
Dalton$1,008Northfield$1,032
Delaware$1,012Reynoldsburg$1,044
Edgerton$989Sandusky$1,087
Elyria$922Stow$1,098
Euclid$862Strongsville$922
Fairborn$987Thornville$933
Fairfield$1,009Uhrichsville$945
Frankfort$1,087Waverly$951
Gahanna$986West Chester$904
Greenwich$879Wickliffe$897
Hinckley$877Williamsburg$905
Huber Heights$905Worthington$915
Kettering$899Zanesville$987

Columbus, OH

Columbus cheapest auto premiums for 30 and 55 y/o driver.

If you are looking for cheaper auto insurance in Columbus then your best options are with Erie, The Cincinnati, and Frankenmuth.

Each queried at $1,008, $1,055, $1,121 for a 30-year-old driver with full coverage.

And each are from 18 to 23% lower than the “mean” quote within the city.

Grange and Western Reserve are 16% lower making them a good option too.

A 45-year old can find low quotes with Erie, The Cincinnati, and Frankenmuth.

Each quoted at $601, $612, $640 respectfully for full coverage.

All are more than 22% lower than the citywide average premium.

A 55-year old can find quotes 24% lower than the average rate with Erie, The Cincinnati, and Frankenmuth.

Each queried at $456, $490, and $512 respectfully for full coverage.

For older drivers the quotes are low in Ohio clustering between $456 and $581.

Making Grange and Western Reserve competitive too.

Columbus Company30 Y/O45 Y/O55 Y/O
Erie$1,008$601$456
The Cincinnati$1,055$612$490
Frankenmuth$1,122$640$512
Grange$1,187$711$543
Western Reserve$1,243$722$581
Progressive$1,245$711$612

Columbus is the state capital and largest city with nearly one million residents.

It is a fast-growing, major American city with a strong economy that is not dependent on any one industry.

Named after Christopher Columbus it become incorporated as as city in 1816.

Cleveland, OH

Cleveland low-cost car insurance options for 30 to 55 yr old drivers.

Finding the cheapest premium in Cleveland is easy if you know where to look.

Start by getting quotes from Erie, Grange, and The Cincinnati.

Each queried at $1,021, and $1,095, and $1,132 for a 30-year-old driver with full coverage.

Which is 18 to 22% lower than than the average quote.

Erie being the lowest option.

For a 45-year-old driver the least expensive quotes are with Erie, Grange, and The Cincinnati.

All were queried at $644, $703, and $714 respectfully.

Or 19% to 14% lower than the Cleveland “mean” premium rate.

For a 55-year old I found the quotes clustering between $490 and $607.

Erie is the cheapest at $490 or 24% lower than the average premium in Cleveland.

In fact, any of the insurers illustrated are worth getting quotes from since all are at least 14% lower than any direct competitors.

Cleveland Company30 Y/O45 Y/O55 Y/O
Erie$1,021$644$490
Grange$1,095$703$522
The Cincinnati$1,132$714$525
Frankenmuth$1,168$723$565
State Farm$1,207$743$607
Progressive$1,242$787$627

Cleveland was incorporated as a city in 1836 and today has nearly 400,000 residents.

Once a manufacturing powerhouse during the 1st half of the 20th century.

Cleveland has been able to transform itself into diversified cultural business hub. 

Cincinnati, OH

Cincinnati cheapest auto insurance policy options for 30 to 55 year old drivers.

If you want the cheapest rates then start by getting quotes from Grange, Frankenmuth, and Erie.

I queried each at $1,065, $1,098, and $1,133 respectfully for a 30-year-old driver.

The premium rates are slightly higher than the state average in Cincinnati.

However, the quotes illustrated are 14% lower than the citywide “mean” average quote.

For a 45-year old the least expensive quotes are with Grange, Frankenmuth, and Erie.

Each queried at $659, $698, and $726 respectfully for full coverage.

Which is 16% to 20% lower than the citywide premium for a similar driver profile within Cincinnati.

A 55-year old can find the cheapest car insurance quotes with Grange at $487.

Or 21% lower than the average policyholder.

The 2nd least expensive is with Frankenmuth at $508 or 19% lower while Erie is $523 or 18% lower than a driver with a similar profile.

Cincinnati Company30 Y/O45 Y/O55 Y/O
Grange$1,065$659$487
Frankenmuth$1,098$698$508
Erie$1,133$726$523
The Cincinnati$1,158$754$532
Progressive$1,208$789$564
State Farm$1,265$807$589

Cincinnati started with approximately 450 residents in 1788 then incorporated as a city in 1819.

It is named after the Roman General “Cincinnatus”.

Located on the Ohio River, it saw dynamic growth through the 19th and 20th centuries reaching a peak population of 500,000 around 1955.

Toledo, OH

Toledo low-cost premium choices for 30 to 55 y/o drivers.

Drivers in Toledo can find the cheapest car insurance quotes with Grange, The Cincinnati, and Frankenmuth.

I queried each at $965, $1,056, and $1,087 respectfully for a 30-year-old driver.

Which is 17 to 19% lower than the citywide “mean” quote in Toledo.

For a 45-year-old driver the lowest quotes are with Grange, The Cincinnati, and Frankenmuth.

Each queried at $637, $659, and $701 respectfully for full coverage.

The least expensive out of the three, Grange, is 20% lower than the average premium.

While the other two carriers are 17% lower of the average.

A 55-year old can find inexpensive quotes with Grange, The Cincinnati, and Frankenmuth.

Each were queried at $498, $522, and $529 respectfully for full coverage.

An older driver’s best option is with Grange at $498 which is 21% lower than the “mean” premium in Toledo.

Toledo Company30 Y/O45 Y/O55 Y/O
Grange$965$637$498
The Cincinnati$1,056$659$522
Frankenmuth$1,087$701$529
Erie$1,167$736$558
Progressive$1,212$769$598
GEICO$1,253$800$608

Toledo, known as the “Glass City”, is the 4th largest city in Ohio with 280,000 residents and with nearly 700,000 in the metropolitan area.

Founded in 1833, Toledo had rapid growth until the 1970s reaching a peak population of nearly 400,000 around 1972. 

Akron, OH

Akron cheapest policy choices for 30 to 55 y/o drivers.

When I queried for quotes in Akron, I found them clustering between $943 and $1,165 for a 30-year-old driver.

The cheapest quotes are with Grange, Frankenmuth, and Erie.

Grange’s quote at $943 is 22% lower than the “mean” premium in the city of Akron.

While the others are 18% to 20% lower than the citywide average rate.

For a 45-year-old driver the lowest quotes are with Grange.

I queried them at $622 for full coverage.

Which is 21% lower than the average policyholder’s premium today.

All of the carriers illustrated are at least 14% lower than the “mean” quote in Akron.

For a 55-year-old driver the cheapest quotes are with Grange, The Cincinnati, and Erie.

I queried each at $476, $498, and $511.

Akron Company30 Y/O45 Y/O55 Y/O
Grange$943$622$476
The Cincinnati$981$654$498
Erie$1,009$659$511
Frankenmuth$1,054$687$532
GEICO$1,132$732$548
Progressive$1,165$744$587

Akron was established in 1825 with approximately 850 residents.

Today, it has a population of nearly 200,000 with over 700,000 in the metropolitan area. 

Akron was known as “The Rubber Capital of the World.” 

Dayton, OH

Dayton, OH most affordable car insurance choices for 30 to 55 y/o drivers.

Finding a cheaper premium is fairly easy in Dayton. Among the large cities they are the lowest.

To find low quotes start with The Cincinnati, Erie, and Frankenmuth.

I queried each at $908, $917, and $933 respectfully for a 30-year-old driver.

Or approximately 18% lower than the citywide premium in Dayton.

A 45-year old can find lower rates with The Cincinnati, Erie, and Frankenmuth.

With quotes at $632, $638, and $680 respectfully for full coverage.

Or 17% lower than the average premium.

A 55-year old can find the best options with The Cincinnati.

I queried them at $433 for a driver with no driving violations.

Which is 19% lower than the “mean” premium in the city of Dayton.

In fact, any of the carriers illustrated are worth getting quotes from.

Dayton Company30 Y/O45 Y/O55 Y/O
The Cincinnati$908$632$433
Erie$917$638$487
Frankenmuth$933$680$508
Grange$976$687$512
GEICO$1,003$708$532
Progressive$1,032$732$544

Dayton has approximately 140,000 residents and nearly 800,000 in the greater metropolitan area. 

Dayton, Ohio is known as the birthplace of aviation because it was once home to Wilbur and Orville Wright, the inventors of powered flight.

Youngstown, OH
Youngstown least expensive insurance by price for all drivers.

If you don’t have a cheap premium in Youngstown then you are probably looking in the wrong place.

Start by getting quotes from Frankenmuth, Erie, and Grange.

I queried each at $1,122, $1,143, and $1,190 for a 30-year-old driver.

Which is 14% to 16% lower than the median rate in Youngstown.

In fact, any of the carriers illustrated in the table and chart are worth getting quotes from to find the cheapest premium.

A 45-year old can get the lowest prices with Frankenmuth and Erie.

Each queried at $768 and $798 per year for full coverage.

Or nearly 17% lower than the average policyholder premium of similar age and profile.

A 55-year old can get low quotes with Frankenmuth and Erie.

Both insurers are 18% lower than the “mean” rate for 55 y/o drivers in Youngstown.

Youngstown Company30 Y/O45 Y/O55 Y/O
Frankenmuth$1,122$768$522
Erie$1,143$798$543
Grange$1,190$824$568
The Cincinnati$1,247$844$587
GEICO$1,288$876$609
Progressive$1,332$912$625

Youngstown is a city situated on the Allegheny Plateau with a population of approximately 66,000 residents.

It was named in honor of John Young who started the first sawmill in the city.

Today, there are nearly 500,000 in the metropolitan area of Youngstown. 

Lorain

Lorain, OH inexpensive premiums by price for 30 to 55 y/o drivers.

To get the least expensive policy in Lorain start with Erie, Grange, and Frankenmuth.

I queried each at $989, $1,032, and $1,087 per year for a 30-year-old driver.

Which is 19% to 22% lower than the average premium citywide.

Quotes clustered between $989 and $1,216 making over a $200 variance among all insurers illustrated.

A 45-year old can get low quotes with Erie and Grange.

Each queried at $698 and $708 per year for full coverage.

Or over 20% lower than the average quote for drivers in Lorain.

A 55-year old can an affordable price with Erie and Grange.

Both clustered near $500 or $497 and $508 respectfully for full coverage.

Or approximately 25% lower than the average premium.

Lorain Company30 Y/O45 Y/O55 Y/O
Erie$989$698$497
Grange$1,032$708$508
Frankenmuth$1,087$743$521
The Cincinnati$1,136$765$540
GEICO$1,155$802$558
Progressive$1,216$818$596

Lorain is a city about 30 miles west of Cleveland with a population of approximately 65,000 residents.

The city is named after a French province.

Lorain was established in 1807 and became an industrial powerhouse for the state of Ohio.

Elyria

Elyria, OH cheapest premiums by price for all drivers.

If you are in the market to find the least expensive quotes in Elyria then start with Frankenmuth, Erie, and Grange.

I queried each at $968, $1,032, and $1,066 respectfully for a 30-year-old driver.

Which is 23% to 27% lower than the average premium for a driver of similar age and profile.

A 45-year old can get the best prices with Frankenmuth and Erie.

I queried both at $703 and $745 respectfully per year for full coverage.

Or nearly 30% cheapest than the median rate in Elyria.

For a 55-year old I found the quotes clustering between $500 and $622.

Frankenmuth is the lowest at $500 following behind is Erie at $508.

Elyria Company30 Y/O45 Y/O55 Y/O
Frankenmuth$968$703$500
Erie$1,032$745$508
Grange$1,066$789$522
Progressive$1,176$843$565
The Cincinnati$1,250$865$611
GEICO$1,311$902$622

Founded in 1817, Elyria is one of the cities with the cheapest auto insurance quotes.

When it was founded there less than 200 residents.

Today, Elyria has a population of approximately 55,000.

Cuyahoga Falls

Cuyahoga Falls lowest price premium by carrier for drivers.

If you don’t have the lowest premium then your probably getting quotes from the wrong companies in Cuyahoga Falls.

Start with Frankenmuth, Erie, and Grange.

I queried each at $1,044, $1,065, and $1,089 per year for a 30-year-old driver.

Which is 19% to 22% lower than the median rate in Cuyahoga Falls.

The variance among all carriers is less than $150 making any of those illustrated worth getting quotes from.

A 45-year old can find the cheapest insurance rates with Frankenmuth and Erie.

Each queried at $722 and $767 respectfully for full coverage.

Or nearly 24% lower than the average premium for drivers in Cuyahoga Falls.

A 55-year old should find quotes clustering between $500 and $621.

Frankenmuth is the cheapest at $502 then Erie at $512 followed by Grange at $538.

All three insurers are 24% cheaper than the average policyholder within the city.

Cuyahoga Falls Company30 Y/O45 Y/O55 Y/O
Frankenmuth$1,044$722$502
Erie$1,065$767$512
Grange$1,089$800$538
Progressive$1,136$811$564
The Cincinnati$1,176$838$606
GEICO$1,265$870$621

Cuyahoga Falls was established in 1812.

It was a prominent site due to its location near the Cuyahoga River waterfalls which supplied power for various types of manufacturing.

Cuyahoga Falls was incorporated in 1836.

Strongsville

Strongsville, OH cheap premiums by price & insurer for drivers.

Drivers in Strongsville can find cheap insurance by getting quotes from Frankenmuth and Erie.

I queried each at $998 and $1,004 respectfully for a 30 year old.

Which is 19% to 21% lower than the average premium.

There is nearly a $200 variance among insurers $998, Frankenmuth the lowest, and $1,180, The Cincinnati the highest.

Making it important to compare quotes to be sure you are getting the lowest premium possible.

A 45-year old can get the cheapest premium with Frankemuth and Erie.

Each queried at $690 and $725 per year for full coverage.

Or approximately 21% lower than the median rate in Strongsville.

A 55-year-old driver can find quotes clustering at $500.

Frankenmuth is the lowest at $497 while Erie is at $501.

Both insurers are 22% lower than the “mean” rate for drivers of similar profile and age.

Strongsville Company30 Y/O45 Y/O55 Y/O
Frankenmuth$998$690$487
Erie$1,004$725$501
Grange$1,067$776$524
Progressive$1,141$815$565
The Cincinnati$1,180$844$600
GEICO$1,211$884$619

Strongsville is a community of approximately 45,000 residents. 

The township of Strongsville was divided into five school districts in 1822.

Later on, the area was further sub-divided into ten districts.

In 1923, Strongsville was reincorporated as a village.

In 1961 the city became incorporated and chartered.

Findlay

Findlay, OH affordable policy choices for 25 to 55 y/o drivers.

Drivers in Findlay can get the least expensive quotes with Frankenmuth, Erie, and Grange.

I queried each at $978, $1,011, and $1,054 respectfully for a 30-year-old driver.

Which is 19% to 21% lower than the average policyholder of similar age and profile in Findlay, OH.

A 45-year old can find quotes clustering $687 and $823 which is a $136 variance among all carriers.

Or over 20% difference in price from the lowest (Frankenmuth) and the highest (The Cincinnati).

A 55-year old can get the cheapest price with Frankenmuth and Erie.

Each queried at $501 and $522 respectfully for full coverage.

Or 19% lower than the median rate for 55-year-old drivers in Findlay.

Findlay Company30 Y/O45 Y/O55 Y/O
Frankenmuth$978$687$501
Erie$1,011$700$522
Grange$1,054$726$532
Progressive$1,125$776$587
The Cincinnati$1,176$823$611
GEICO$1,208$865$621

The 2nd largest city in northwest Ohio is Findlay and is named after Fort Findlay which was built by James Findlay of Cincinnati in 1812.

By 1887 it was incorporated as a city.

Resources & BMV Information
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https://www.allstate.com/auto-insurance/ohio-auto-insurance-coverages.aspx

https://www.insurance.ohio.gov/Pages

https://www.insurance.ohio.gov/Consumer/

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https://www.grangeinsurance.com/

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Greg Fowler

Greg Fowler

Managing Member of AutoInsureSavings LLC, Greg enjoys writing articles to help drivers save on anything related to automobiles. Travel and enjoying the outdoors are some of his hobbies. The best way to reach him is at Google+ or Facebook Profile.

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