How to Choose an Auto Insurance Company (Simple, Fast Steps)

When choosing a company, (1) Determine your coverage needs, (2) know the state minimums, and (3) compare different coverage options.

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Daniel Walker
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UPDATED: Apr 3, 2020

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Things to remember...

  • Before you choose a car insurance company, you need to figure out what kind of coverage you need
  • Comparing car insurance companies can help you narrow thousands of potential insurers to the top three or four
  • You can buy your insurance through different channels, such as captive agents, independent agents, or brokers
  • It’s important to research your potential car insurance providers to make sure you choose a reputable and reliable auto insurance company

Choosing a car insurance company can be overwhelming when there are so many options to choose from.

Finding the quality car insurance company that’s right for you doesn’t have to be as hard as you think. In fact, it can be quite simple.

We’ll take you step-by-step through the process and show you how to confidently choose the right car insurance company for your situation.

You can compare car insurance quotes right here using our free quote tool!

Here’s what we cover:

Step #1 – Figure Out Your Insurance Needs

Knowing what you’re looking for is the place to start. Each state requires car insurance coverage at a different level, but what the mandatory coverage has in common between states is that it covers your liability and not your own vehicle damage costs.

The minimum you’re required to carry is known as “basic coverage” or “state minimum.”

Considering that most states require significantly less coverage than necessary to pay for the total loss of a new vehicle, you should consider purchasing higher limits even if you decide to only purchase liability coverage.

Without increased liability limits, you’ll have to make up the difference out of pocket between your coverage limit and that cost of the damage you cause.

If your car is financed, you’ll probably be required to carry full coverage. Full coverage includes comprehensive and collision which will offer financial protection for a wide variety of damage to your own vehicle.

If you own your vehicle you can decide if you want to purchase full coverage. If your vehicle is valuable and you wouldn’t be able to recover from its loss out of pocket, you should probably carry full coverage.

There are several coverage types some of which are required depending on where you live, and some of which are optional.

Type of CoverageRequired or Optional
Liability
Required
Collision
Owned Vehicle: Optional
Leased or Financed Vehicle: Required
Comprehensive
Owned Vehicle: Optional
Leased or Financed Vehicle: Required
Personal Injury Protection (PIP)
Required in some states with "no-fault" laws
Medical Payments (MedPay)
Required in some states with "no-fault" laws
Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Coverage
Required in many states
Guaranteed Auto Protection (GAP)
Optional
Personal Umbrella Policy (PUP)
Optional
Rental Reimbursement
Optional
Emergency Roadside Assistance
Optional
Mechanical Breakdown Insurance
Optional
Non-owner Car Insurance
Optional
Modified Car Insurance Coverage
Optional
Windshield CoverageOptional

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Step #2 – Compare Car Insurance Companies to Save the Most

After you know what you’re looking for, you’re ready to try to find it for less money. Keep reading for tips on how to save as much money as possible!

Ask About Discounts

Discounts can make a significant difference in your car insurance premiums. Below we’ve charted which providers offer the most discounts as well as the which discounts you may want to ask about when applicable:

Number of Discounts by Provider

Vehicle DiscountsDriver/Customer DiscountsPersonal Discounts
Active Disabling DeviceClaim FreeEmergency Deployment
Adaptive Cruise ControlContinuous CoverageFamily Legacy
Adaptive HeadlightsDefensive DriverFamily Plan
Anti-lock BrakesDriver's EducationFederal Employee
Audible AlarmDriving Device/AppFurther Education
Automatic BrakingEarly SigningGood Student
Blind Spot WarningFull PaymentHomeowner
Daytime Running LightsGood CreditLife Insurance
Economy VehicleLoyaltyMarried
Electronic Stability ControlMultiple PoliciesMembership/Group
Farm/Ranch VehicleMultiple VehiclesMilitary
Forward Collision WarningNew Customer/New PlanNew Address
Garaging/StoringOccasional OperatorNew Graduate
Green/Hyrbid VehicleOnline ShopperNon-smoker/Non-drinker
Lane Departure WarningOn-time PaymentsOccupation
Newer VehiclePaperless/Auto BillingRecent Retirees
Passive RestraintPaperless DocumentsStable Residence
Utility VehicleRoadside AssistanceStudent Away
Vehicle RecoverySafe DriverStudent or Alumni
VIN EtchingSeat Belt UseVolunteer

Ask About Special Programs

Many insurance providers have special programs. The programs offer perks for their customers.

Some companies offer accident forgiveness as an option. If you choose this option, you can have an accident and not experience rate hikes.

Some companies offer new car replacement if your current vehicle is totaled.

Consider a Low-income Program

Low-income car insurance programs are offered in some states:

  • California’s Low-cost Auto Insurance Program (CLCA)
  • New Jersey’s Special Automobile Insurance Policy (SAIP)
  • Hawaii’s Low-cost Disability Auto Insurance Program

Plus there are a few non-government run programs like Citizens United Reciprocal Exchange (CURE).

Compare Car Insurance Quotes

Every six months to a year, you should do a car insurance review. Make sure your current levels of protection are what you still want, and if they’re not, make the changes in your search. Review the following aspects of your coverage:

  • Deductible level – if you think you could afford a higher deductible amount out of pocket, you could raise your deductible and pay lower monthly premiums.
  • Coverage level – If your car is paid in full and is not valuable, consider just purchasing liability coverage as opposed to full coverage.

You could get individual quotes from companies one at a time, but it will save you time to do a search with a comparison tool. We have one here that will give you multiple quotes after you enter your information just one time.

You could save a significant amount of money by finding a company that offers lower rates and switching to them.

The importance of comparing rates can be understood by reviewing the data we collected from Maryland’s Insurance Department site (see below). Look at the wide span of rates — over a $4,000 difference from most to least expensive.

If you go with the first company you get a quote from you may be costing yourself a lot of money. Check out the car insurance company rates (average annual):

Step #3 – Decide Which Type of Service Provider You Want

You might be overwhelmed by the different choices of providers. We’ll break down some of the common options so you have an understanding of what you’d prefer.

  • Captive Agents – Individuals who offer insurance from one company. If you go to a State Farm or Progressive office, for example, you’re going to interact with a captive agent. You can’t go into a State Farm office and purchase a Liberty Mutual policy. The majority of consumers go through captive agents.
  • Independent Agents – An independent agent works for a variety of providers and can work with you to find an auto insurance company that offers what you’re looking for at a good price.
  • Brokers – These are similar to independent agents, but while independent agents represent several insurance companies, brokers represent the customer and help find coverage from many providers.
  • Direct Providers – As the name sounds, direct providers offer insurance directly to the customer. What a direct provider offers is what a captive agent offers.
  • Online Only – Some companies are online only and don’t have brick and mortar offices throughout the country. If you use an online-only company, you won’t have a specific agent you work with and call with questions or to make a claim. Instead, you will correspond electronically and through phone calls.
  • National Providers – These are the larger car insurance companies that offer policies to all or most states throughout the country.
  • Local Providers – These companies may offer policies just in one state or one region.

Now that you understand some of the different types of agents and providers you can choose from, and you’ve compared quotes and found the companies that look best to you, take the next step and research the providers.

We’ll show you where to look below.

Step #4 – Research the Provider

When you narrow down the vast list of potential car insurance providers to the top three or four, you’ll need to make sure they’re reputable. Researching to ensure a company’s reputation could save you a headache down the road when you make a claim.

A company that’s not financially stable may be unable to pay your claim. And if a company has poor customer satisfaction results, you may have a negative experience when you have to deal with them over a claim.

#1 – Make Sure They’re Licensed in Your State

If they’re not licensed in your state, it’s an automatic “no” for going with them. If a company isn’t licensed in your state, their coverage won’t be valid.

Check the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) search page to see if the companies you’re considering are licensed in your state.

Below, we have listed the websites and phone numbers for each state. You can find accurate information and answers to your questions by contacting your state insurance regulating division.

StateWebsitePhone Number
Alabamawww.aldoi.gov(334) 269-3550
Alaskawww.commerce.alaska.gov1-800-INSURAK (in-state outside Anchorage)
(907) 269-7900 (Anchorage office)
(907) 465-2515 (Juneau office)
Arizonahttps://insurance.az.gov(602) 364-2499
(800) 325-2548 (In Arizona but outside the Phoenix area)
Arkansasinsurance.arkansas.gov(800) 282-9134 or (501) 371-2600
Californiawww.insurance.ca.gov(800) 927-4357 (HELP)
(800) 482-4833 (TTY)
Coloradowww.colorado.gov/pacific(303) 894-7855 or (800) 886-7675
Connecticutwww.ct.gov/cid(860) 297-3800 or (800) 203-3447
Delawareinsurance.delaware.gov(302) 674-7300
Floridawww.floir.com(850) 413-3140
Georgiawww.oci.ga.gov(404) 656-2070 or (800) 656-2298
Hawaiicca.hawaii.gov/ins(808) 586-2790 or
(808) 586-2799
Idahodoi.idaho.gov(208) 334-4250
Illinoisinsurance.illinois.gov(312) 814-2420 (Chicago office) or
(217) 782-4515 (Springfield office)
Indianawww.in.gov/idoi(800) 622-4461
Iowaiid.iowa.gov(515) 281-5705 or
(877) 955-1212
Kansaswww.ksinsurance.org(785) 296-3071 or
(800) 432-2484
Kentuckyinsurance.ky.gov(800) 595-6053 or
(502) 564-3630
Louisianawww.ldi.la.gov(800) 259-5300
Mainewww.maine.gov/pfr/insurance(207) 624-8475
Marylandhttp://www.mdinsurance.state.md.us(410) 468-2090
Massachusettswww.mass.gov/orgs/division-of-insurance(617) 521-7794 or
(877) 563-4467
Michiganwww.michigan.gov/difs(517) 284-8800 or
(877) 999-6442
Minnesotamn.gov/commerce(651) 539-1500 or
(800) 657-3602
Mississippiwww.mid.ms.gov(601) 359-3569 or
(800) 562-2957
Missouriinsurance.mo.gov(573) 751-4126
Montanahttps://csimt.gov(800) 332-6148 or
(406) 444-2040
Nebraskadoi.nebraska.gov(402) 471-2201
Nevadadoi.nv.gov(888) 872-3234
New Hampshirewww.nh.gov/insurance(603) 271-2261 or
(800) 852-3416
New Jerseywww.state.nj.us/dobi(609) 292-7272 or (800) 446-7467
New Mexicowww.osi.state.nm.us(855) 4ASK-OSI (855-427-5674)
New Yorkwww.dfs.ny.gov(800) 342-3736
North Carolinawww.ncdoi.com(855) 408-1212
North Dakotawww.nd.gov/ndins(701) 328-2440 or
(800) 247-0560
Ohiowww.insurance.ohio.gov(800) 686-1526
Oklahomawww.ok.gov/oid(800) 522-0071 or
(405) 5210-2828
Oregondfr.oregon.gov(888) 877-4894
Pennsylvaniawww.insurance.pa.gov(877) 881-6388
Rhode Islandwww.dbr.state.ri.us/divisions/insurance(401) 462-9520
South Carolinadoi.sc.gov(803) 737-6160
South Dakotadlr.sd.gov/insurance(605) 773-3563
Tennesseewww.tn.gov/commerce(615) 741-2241
Texaswww.tdi.texas.gov(512) 676-6000 or
(800) 578-4677
Utahinsurance.utah.gov(801) 538-3800
Vermontwww.dfr.vermont.gov(802) 828-3301
Virginiawww.scc.virginia.gov/boi(804) 371-9741 or
(800) 552-7945
Washingtonwww.insurance.wa.gov(800) 562-6900
Washington D.C.disb.dc.gov(202) 727-8000
West Virginiawww.wvinsurance.gov(304) 558-3386
Wisconsinoci.wi.gov(608) 266-3585 (Madison) or
(800) 236-8517 (statewide)
Wyomingdoi.wyo.gov(307) 777-7401 or
(800) 438-5768

#2 – Check Their Complaint Ratio

Some states’ insurance websites make this information readily accessible, such as California’s which displays all the complaint ratio information for the past three years for the top 50 insurance companies. Their ratios are based on the number of justified complaints to 100,000 earned exposures.

Other states’ insurance websites don’t offer the information so easily. The table below lists each state and whether its insurance website offers complaint data (see websites above to access information).

StateComplaint Info?StateComplaint Info?StateComplaint Info?
AlabamanoKentuckyyesNorth Dakotano
AlaskanoLouisiananoOhioyes
ArizonayesMaineyesOklahomano
ArkansasyesMarylandyesOregonyes
CaliforniayesMassachusettsyesPennsylvaniayes
ColoradoyesMichiganyesRhode Islandno
ConnecticutyesMinnesotanoSouth Carolinayes
DelawarenoMississippinoSouth Dakotano
District of ColumbianoMissouriyesTennesseeno
FloridayesMontananoTexasyes
GeorgianoNebraskanoUtahyes
HawaiiyesNevadanoVermontno
IdahoyesNew HampshirenoVirginiano
IllinoisyesNew JerseyyesWashingtonyes
IndianayesNew MexiconoWest Virginiayes
IowanoNew YorkyesWisconsinno
KansasyesNorth CarolinanoWyomingyes

If your state insurance website doesn’t offer complaint information, you can still go to the NAIC’s complaint search and enter the company of your choice to find the number of complaints.

#3 – Check Financial Ratings

This step is easy. A.M. Best is an independent rating agency. Once you set up your free profile at AMBest.com, you simply enter the company name you’re researching into the search bar to view its grade and outlook.

But, we’ve streamlined the search even more. We’ve compiled the data from A.M. Best for the companies with the best and worst ratings:

RatingOutlookBest Rated CompaniesRatingOutlookWorst Rated Companies
A++StableACE American Insurance CompanyC-StableAmerican Heartland Insurance Company
A++StableAgri General Insurance CompanyCNegativeAmerican Service Insurance Company, Inc.
A++StableAuto-Owners Insurance CompanyC+StableCountry-Wide Insurance Company
A++StableAutomobile Ins Co of Hartford, CTC++NegativeFirst Acceptance Insurance Company
A++StableChubb Insurance CompanyC++PositiveFirst Chicago Insurance Company
A++StableColumbia Insurance CompanyEUnion Mutual Insurance Company
A++StableContinental Divide Insurance Company
A++StableGeico
A++StableGreat Northern Insurance Company
A++StableOwners Insurance Company
A++StableSelect Insurance Company
A++StableState Farm Mutual Automobile Ins Co
A++StableTravCo Insurance Company
A++StableThe Travelers Companies
A++StableUnited Services Automobile Association

Like the grades you got in school, “A’s” are good and “+’s” are even better. You want a company with a good rating and a stable outlook. Find out more about AM Best’s rating here.

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#4 – Check Car Insurance Company Ratings

The following independent companies compile mountains of data a year to provide consumers with ratings and recommendations:

J.D. Power

This is a valuable resource. Every year they publish an insurance study and rank the insurance companies in various regions. You can search by region and see highest and best rated companies where you live.

They list the top-rated car insurance companies as follows:

Consumer Reports

You may be familiar with the Consumer Reports magazine and website already. One area they address often is car insurance. See what they have to say about the companies you’re interested in.

Here are Consumer Reports’ ratings for car insurance companies (subscription required to view results on their page):

Car Insurance CompanyReader ScoreExcellentase of Reaching an AgentSimplicity of the ProcessPromptness of ResponseDamage AmountAgent CourtesyTimely PaymentFreedom to Select Repair ShopBeing Kept Informed of Claim Status
Allstate Insurance Goodroup88ExcellentVery GoodVery GoodVery GoodExcellentExcellentVery GoodVery Good
American Family Insurance Goodroup89ExcellentVery GoodVery GoodVery GoodExcellentVery GoodVery GoodExcellent
Ameriprise P&C Companies89Very GoodVery GoodVery GoodVery GoodVery GoodVery GoodVery GoodGood
Amica Mutual Insurance Company96ExcellentExcellentExcellentExcellentExcellentExcellentExcellentExcellent
Auto Club Excellentnterprises Insurance Goodroup92ExcellentExcellentExcellentExcellentExcellentExcellentExcellentVery Good
Auto Club Goodroup94ExcellentExcellentExcellentVery GoodExcellentExcellentVery GoodVery Good
Auto-Owners Insurance Goodroup93ExcellentExcellentExcellentExcellentExcellentExcellentExcellentVery Good
Berkshire Hathaway Insurance Goodroup89ExcellentVery GoodExcellentVery GoodExcellentExcellentVery GoodVery Good
California State Auto Goodroup (CSAA)90Very GoodVery GoodVery GoodVery GoodExcellentExcellentExcellentVery Good
Excellentrie Insurance Goodroup94ExcellentExcellentExcellentExcellentExcellentExcellentExcellentVery Good
Farm Bureau Property & Casualty Insurance Company90Very GoodVery GoodVery GoodVery GoodExcellentVery GoodExcellentVery Good
Farmers Insurance Goodroup89ExcellentVery GoodVery GoodVery GoodVery GoodVery GoodVery GoodVery Good
Hanover Insurance Goodroup Property & Casualty Companies90ExcellentVery GoodExcellentVery GoodExcellentExcellentExcellentVery Good
Hartford Insurance Goodroup90ExcellentVery GoodExcellentVery GoodExcellentExcellentExcellentVery Good
Liberty Mutual Insurance Companies88Very GoodVery GoodVery GoodVery GoodVery GoodVery GoodVery GoodVery Good
MAPFRE North America Group86Very GoodVery GoodVery GoodGoodVery GoodVery GoodVery GoodGood
Mercury Goodeneral Goodroup86Very GoodVery GoodVery GoodVery GoodVery GoodVery GoodVery GoodGood
MetLife Auto & Home Goodroup86Very GoodVery GoodVery GoodGoodVery GoodVery GoodVery GoodGood
Nationwide Goodroup88Very GoodVery GoodVery GoodVery GoodExcellentVery GoodVery GoodVery Good
NJM Insurance Goodroup95ExcellentExcellentExcellentExcellentExcellentExcellentExcellentVery Good
PExcellentMCO Mutual Insurance Company93ExcellentExcellentExcellent-Excellent---
Progressive Insurance Goodroup87Very GoodVery GoodVery GoodVery GoodVery GoodExcellentVery GoodVery Good
State Auto Insurance Companies89Very GoodVery GoodVery GoodVery GoodVery GoodExcellentVery GoodVery Good
State Farm Goodroup89ExcellentVery GoodVery GoodVery GoodExcellentVery GoodVery GoodExcellent
The Cincinnati Insurance Company93ExcellentExcellentExcellent-Excellent---
Travelers Goodroup90ExcellentVery GoodExcellentVery GoodExcellentExcellentExcellentVery Good
USAA Goodroup95ExcellentExcellentExcellentExcellentExcellentExcellentExcellentExcellent

The Better Business Bureau (BBB)

While J.D. Power and Consumer Reports will give you general information about car insurance companies as a whole, the BBB grades individual offices. You’ll get the most specific rating for the local office you’re considering from the BBB as opposed to the other rating companies.

Making sure you choose the right car insurance company is well worth the effort. If you need to file a claim, you’ll be glad you chose a company that is financially stable and consumer-friendly.

Now that you know how to choose a car insurance company, you can purchase your coverage from the right car insurance company. Now, it’s time to let them help you understand your policy.

Read on for suggestions of questions to ask:

Step #5 – Questions to Ask Car Insurance Companies

The NAIC suggests asking these questions of your insurer:

  • Will minimum liability limits be high enough to cover me if I am at fault in an accident?
  • How much more would it cost to buy more than the minimum amount of liability insurance coverage?
  • Will this policy cover me if I let someone else drive my car?
  • Will this policy cover me if I have an accident in a rental car?
  • Will this policy cover me if I have an accident while traveling for work?
  • If my car is disabled, will this policy pay for a rental car while it is being repaired?
  • Is there any cap or limit?
  • If my car is disabled due to an accident, will the parts used to repair the car be new or aftermarket?
  • How much can I save with a higher deductible?
  • What discounts are available?
  • What other types of property do you insure? Can I qualify for a discount if I buy both policies from your company?
  • What are my payment options? Can I pay monthly or quarterly? If I do, is there an extra charge or discount?

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I file a complaint against a car insurance company?

Find your state on the NAIC consumer complaint map to be directed to your state’s website with directions for making a complaint.

How much coverage do I have to have?

Each state makes their own requirements for car insurance. Find your state insurance website on the NAIC map to find out the requirements where you live.

If your vehicle is leased or financed, your lender will likely require full coverage.

How often can I switch insurance companies?

As often as you want. But be careful you don’t allow your policy to lapse.

Can I buy home insurance from the same company as car insurance?

Yes, if the company offers both types. Often you’ll be eligible for a significant discount when you combine your auto policy with a home or rental policy. You could also combine car insurance with a motorcycle or RV policy.

Even insuring a second vehicle with the same insurer could get you a discount.

How do I know if I am paying a fair price?

By doing a car insurance quote comparison. Make sure to review your policy and coverage at least once a year.

Also, we’ve collected the average annual premiums for full coverage in each state (that includes liability, comprehensive, and collision):

STATE20152014201320122011
Alabama$868.48$837.09$811.75$788.07$784.38
Alaska$1,027.75$1,050.09$1,058.15$1,053.54$1,053.48
Arizona$972.85$961.88$926.52$899.91$899.33
Arkansas$906.34$900.18$868.13$843.07$829.13
California$986.75$951.75$922.69$891.68$881.07
Colorado$981.64$939.52$887.57$849.74$835.50
Connecticut$1,151.07$1,132.78$1,109.03$1,082.28$1,068.18
Delaware$1,240.57$1,215.69$1,187.18$1,153.59$1,134.60
District of Columbia$1,330.73$1,324.39$1,316.48$1,289.49$1,276.99
Florida$1,257.13$1,208.77$1,209.70$1,196.57$1,160.13
Georgia$1,048.40$991.25$949.33$922.05$912.49
Hawaii$873.28$858.16$844.16$844.12$861.95
Idaho$679.89$673.13$650.57$639.19$641.96
Illinois$884.56$854.10$819.27$806.21$803.04
Indiana$755.03$728.93$704.50$724.44$710.36
Iowa$702.46$683.67$668.09$656.84$648.99
Kansas$862.93$850.79$815.82$785.72$780.43
Kentucky$938.51$917.49$904.99$888.46$872.48
Louisiana$1,405.36$1,364.17$1,307.72$1,275.10$1,281.55
Maine$703.82$689.12$674.94$667.66$662.28
Maryland$1,116.45$1,096.37$1,071.35$1,056.82$1,048.86
Massachusetts$1,129.29$1,107.76$1,080.48$1,048.06$1,011.14
Michigan$1,364.00$1,350.58$1,264.20$1,171.94$1,110.64
Minnesota$875.49$856.62$823.70$800.24$777.17
Mississippi$994.05$957.59$925.13$902.95$895.69
Missouri$872.43$845.39$819.79$799.14$790.27
Montana$863.52$868.55$842.74$821.68$816.21
Nebraska$831.02$805.99$773.64$751.18$732.21
Nevada$1,103.05$1,083.42$1,047.74$1,024.09$1,029.87
New Hampshire$818.75$795.50$773.30$755.76$746.57
New Jersey$1,382.79$1,379.20$1,369.70$1,334.59$1,303.52
New Mexico$937.59$920.42$888.83$866.19$869.85
New York$1,360.66$1,327.82$1,301.49$1,273.70$1,236.77
North Carolina$789.09$768.28$739.91$720.47$708.10
North Dakota$773.30$768.09$743.27$714.75$688.74
Ohio$788.56$766.66$738.68$714.05$697.61
Oklahoma$1,005.32$985.58$931.41$902.90$881.50
Oregon$904.83$894.10$856.26$818.07$804.59
Pennsylvania$970.51$950.42$930.48$915.83$904.47
Rhode Island$1,303.50$1,257.40$1,210.55$1,176.05$1,148.97
South Carolina$973.10$936.69$904.22$880.82$857.70
South Dakota$766.91$744.28$717.30$690.95$669.20
Tennessee$871.43$855.56$829.38$794.53$767.82
Texas$1,109.66$1,066.20$1,017.81$974.68$959.87
Utah$872.93$852.66$820.92$805.32$809.35
Vermont$764.02$746.79$734.82$726.57$716.14
Virginia$842.67$836.14$809.40$781.38$768.95
Washington$968.80$952.10$914.04$891.04$889.82
West Virginia$1,025.78$1,032.45$1,021.37$1,005.68$992.57
Wisconsin$737.18$716.83$689.77$666.79$669.99
Wyoming$847.44$844.33$804.52$796.14$791.14
Total$1,009.38$981.77$950.92$924.45$908.43

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