Cheap Auto Insurance Quotes in Kansas City, KS (2021)

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As we work together to slow the spread of COVID-19, state insurance commissions and insurance providers are constantly changing regulations and practices surrounding monthly payments, claim payouts, and more. To stay up to date with the latest on auto insurance reimbursements in your area, be sure to check with your state’s insurance commission and your current auto insurance provider.

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Car Insurance in Kansas City, KS

The average cost of Kansas car insurance will vary from city to city and between insurance companies. Insurify analyzed the latest insurance rates in Kansas City, KS to find you the cheapest quotes in the area.

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Cheapest Car Insurance in Kansas City, KS

Here are the cheapest carriers in Kansas City 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.

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Kansas City, KS Driving Facts

Minimum Car Insurance Requirements in KS

Each state has at least a few differences in how it manages and enforces car insurance laws, so it’s important to understand the quirks and nuances of your state like this one: Is car insurance required in Kansas? Well, yes and no.

It may seem rare, but several states, including Kansas, offer alternatives to carrying insurance. This alternative is called Financial Responsibility in Kansas. Essentially, instead of going through an insurance company to cover damages drivers cause, drivers pay for damages out of their own pockets. Before they can legally drive without a policy, they must file proof of financial responsibility with the state.

For some drivers, this may seem like a great option. But for most everyone, driving without insurance is like walking a tightrope with no safety net—over the Grand Canyon in a windstorm. 

If you (hopefully) decide to purchase coverage, then you’ll need to purchase at least the required minimum coverage. These are:

  • $25,000/$50,000 bodily injury liability per person/accident
  • $25,000 property damage liability
  • $25,000/$50,000 uninsured and underinsured motorist protection 
  • $4,500 personal injury protection coverage per person

These are called minimum requirements for a reason. Drivers can certainly purchase higher liability coverage limits for themselves and their families, and many drivers should. Once the limits are reached in the event of an accident, the driver at fault will be required to cover damages.

For drivers who often cart around several passengers at a time, it’s easy to see how quickly minimums will be exceeded. The same logic also applies to underinsured/uninsured motorist coverage limits.

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Insurify Rankings

Using a proprietary dataset of over 1.6 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.

Here's how Kansas City stacks up for the state of Kansas:

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