Overview of Auto Insurance in Santa Clara
With over 126,000 people living in Santa Clara, auto accidents are bound to happen. With a highly educated population, a lot of residents in Santa Clara can enjoy college degree discounts offered by many insurance companies. Major corporations (e.g. Intel, Applied Materials, Agilent Technologies) 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 Santa Clara won't have to worry about poor credit history when shopping for insurance.
For a male driver living in Santa Clara, 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, here are the auto insurance premiums charged by the insurance companies before any discount is applied. As you can see, the range is pretty wide. This premium info is updated on Feb, 2019.
Average Auto Insurance Premiums in Santa Clara
Here is the raw data of each insurance company's average premium. Click on each insurance company to see the discounts offered.
|CSAA Insurance Exchange||$2,856|
|Federal Ins (CHUBB)||$4,021|
|Horace Mann Prop and Cas||$1,898|
|Nations Ins. Co.||$3,277|
|Pacific Property & Casualty||$3,290|
As you can see, the prices vary quite a lot in Santa Clara. If you're wondering what's the best option for you, click here to get free insurance quotes today.
Santa Clara Local Agents
If you would like to call agents for insurance quotes, below is a list of local agents in Santa Clara.
Factors used to determine Auto insurance premium
- Driving records
- Annual mileage
- Education background
- Bundling of multi cars
- Bundling of auto and home policies
- Features of the car (e.g. anti-theft devices)
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