With so many companies to choose from, finding cheap auto insurance in Wyoming can feel like an endless hassle. The researchers at PennyGeeks set out to save you time by comparing quotes from nine top providers to find the best deals.
As you may already know, the rates you pay for car insurance will depend on the specific details of your driver profile. That’s why we segmented our study into the following driver categories:
Best Rates For Drivers With No Recent Accidents
If you’re a safe driver without a single collision on your record, insurance companies will see you as a low risk. That should translate into very cheap car insurance rates. But even if your current premiums are affordable, you may be able to save big in the long run by switching to a provider that offers a competitive safe driver discount.
Our team set out to find the best auto insurance quotes for drivers who had gone five or more years without a collision. In the end, State Farm took home the gold with an estimated monthly rate of $83. Not far behind was Allstate.
Best Rates For Drivers With A DUI
Many drivers are surprised to learn just how big of an impact a DUI conviction has on their car insurance rates. The difference is so significant that some people are forced to change insurance company just to afford their monthly premiums.
If you’re in this position, don’t take the risk of driving without insurance. Instead, get quotes from Geico and Allstate to find out if you could save by making the switch.
Best Rates For Senior Drivers
The senior driver in this segment of our study was 65 years old, had a clean crash record from the past five years, and commuted 4,000 miles per annum. At an estimated monthly rate of $56, State Farm was determined by our team to be the best deal for senior drivers in Wyoming. Allstate followed closely behind.
Our monthly estimates were calculated using a 2014 Toyota Corolla. The default age of the driver was 29 and the annual mileage was 12,000. Our results are based on the estimated premiums for females and males from five zip codes in Wyoming. In all segments of our study, the liability coverage limits were 50/100/25, and we added uninsured motorist coverage of the same amount.
What Is The Minimum Requirement For Auto Insurance Liability Coverage In Wyoming?
All drivers in the state of Wyoming must purchase car insurance coverage with the following minimum liability limits:
- $25,000 For Bodily Injuries To One Individual In One Collision
- $50,000 For Total Bodily Injuries Caused In One Crash
- $20,000 For Property Damage