Updated June, 2019
As the largest city in California, Los Angeles residents have a lot of insurance companies to choose from. With over 3,971,000 people living in Los Angeles, auto accidents are bound to happen. With a highly educated population, a lot of residents in Los Angeles can enjoy college degree discounts offered by many insurance companies. Major corporations (e.g. Occidental Petroleum, Farmers Insurance Exchange, Reliance Steel & Aluminum, CBRE Group, AECOM) are headquartered here, enabling a lot of residents to save money on insurance with professional discounts. Due to prop 103, California is one of the few states where credit scores cannot be used as an insurance rating factor. So residents in Los Angeles won't have to worry about poor credit history when shopping for insurance.
For a male driver living in Los Angeles, if he has 5 years of driving experience with a clean driving record, and drives a Honda Accord for about 13,000 miles per year, you can scroll down to see the auto insurance premiums charged by the insurance companies before any discount is applied. As you can see, the range is pretty wide.
As you can see, the prices vary quite a lot in Los Angeles. If you're wondering what's the best option for you, click here to get free insurance quotes today.
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