Which cities have the most affordable car insurance prices in the state? Which cities are the most expensive?
It turns out that smaller cities throughout the state have a tendency to have lower rates although urban regions and towns in northeast Ohio are the most expensive, according to a survey of 34 cities by consumer finance internet site Worth Penguin.
The cheapest charges are in Brunswick in northeast Ohio with an average cost of $ 557 a 12 months. The most high-priced is in Youngstown at $ 936 followed by the Cleveland suburbs of Euclid and Lakewood and then Cleveland.
In central Ohio, Columbus and Dublin are tied for the most high-priced prices at $ 742 per yr.
Marion had the sixth lowest charge in the state followed by Lancaster at No. twelve, Newark at No. 19 and Delaware at No. 21.