Cheapest Car Insurance in Kansas

Here are the cheapest carriers in Kansas for the following user profile: a single, 30 year old male with a clean driving record who drives a 2012 Honda Accord and pays a $1,000 deductible for the state’s minimum liability insurance. We averaged rates for the twenty most populous cities in Kansas.

Companies Quotes
Progressive

Progressive

$29 /mo
State Farm

State Farm

$48 /mo
Allstate

Allstate

$49 /mo
GEICO

GEICO

$75 /mo
Nationwide

Nationwide

$77 /mo

Best Car Insurance in Kansas

The Insurify Composite Score is calculated by analyzing multiple factors that indicate the quality, reliability, and health of an insurance company. Inputs to the score include financial strength ratings from A.M. Best, Standard & Poor’s, Moody’s, and Fitch; J.D. Power ratings, Consumer Reports customer satisfaction surveys, mobile app reviews, and user-generated carrier reviews. The following are the top rated carriers that offer car insurance in Kansas.

Companies Insurify
Composite Score
Quotes

American Family

92
$130 /mo

GEICO

89
$75 /mo

Allstate

88
$49 /mo

Nationwide

85
$77 /mo

State Farm

84
$48 /mo

Liberty Mutual

84
$203 /mo

Travelers

83
$108 /mo

Progressive

82
$29 /mo

Car Insurance in Kansas

Auto insurance costs will vary between locations and insurance carriers. Insurify analyzed the latest data for the five most populous cities in Kansas to find you the cheapest quotes in each of these metropolitan areas.

Wichita, Kansas' most populated city, is well documented for its subpar drivers. In early 2018, an influx of state troopers hired to combat driving offenses took the city by storm.

Kansas Driving Facts

Kansas' minimum liability car insurance limits are as follows:

  • $25,000 bodily injury liability per person
  • $50,000 bodily injury liability per accident
  • $25,000 property damage liability per accident

State Rankings

Using a proprietary dataset of over 1.5 million car insurance shopper applications, the data scientists at Insurify have run various studies on driver behavior across geographical locations, age ranges, motor vehicle registration, and other variables all related to auto insurance coverage.

We’ve been able to determine the speediest cities in the nation, the most popular cars among age groups, and the occupations with the worst drivers, among other insightful reports. We’ve also launched annual awards campaigns to congratulate the communities across the country who have excelled in environmentally friendly initiatives, educational attainment, and other areas.

dui
States with Most
DUIs Rank
#15
moving violations
States with Most
Moving Violations Rank
#21
popular car
State's
Most Popular Car
Ford F-Series Pickup
speeding violations
States with Most
Speeding Tickets Rank
#12
suspended licenses
States with Most
Suspended Licenses Rank
#5

Greenest Cities in Kansas

The EPA reports that the United States' transportation sector accounts for 27% of national greenhouse gas emissions. In a country of over 263 million registered vehicles, many communities are taking action to reduce their environmental impact and vehicular carbon footprint. This city has been named the "greenest" in the state by Insurify.

Kansas was recently awarded a $2.9 million National Science Foundation grant to allow an interdisciplinary team of graduate students at Kansas State University to improve the agricultural economy and protect rural communities. The state of Kansas offers many green driver incentives, including federal tax credits and discounts through some car insurance carriers.

green city award

Olathe


most patriotic
% of Hybrids/Electrics 2%

Most Patriotic City

Topeka

Beginning in 2018, Insurify launched the Most Patriotic Cities Awards, which salute the community in each state with the highest percentage of individuals who currently serve in the military or identify as armed service veterans.

Topeka won Insurify's Most Patriotic Cities Award for the state of Kansas. Topeka’s Monroe School, which was at the center of the landmark Supreme Court case Brown v. Board of Education (1954), is now a national park.

Road Statistics

Insurify used a recent report from TripNet to rank twenty-five states by roads in poor condition, structurally deficient bridges, and fatality rate per 100 million vehicle miles traveled (VMT) on rural roads. Knowledge of infrastructure in Kansas is vital for all car insurance shoppers hitting the road in The Sunflower State.

Road Rankings

9% Rural Roads in
Poor Condition

#19 Ranked

9% Structurally Deficient
Rural Bridges

#10 Ranked

1% Fatality Rate per 100M VMT
on Rural Roads

#23 Ranked