Recent survey results reveal a significant disparity in auto insurance rates across the country.

Insure.com, an online resource targeting consumers, conducted a national survey of car insurance rates by state based on rates for 40-year-old single male driver who commutes 12 miles to work. But, the company points out that a consumer’s driving record is not always the biggest factor in determining prices and found that a number of non-driver-related factors have a significant effect on the average cost of car insurance for consumers in different states.

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