Yes, Erie insurance rates are competitive for certain drivers, including college students, and drivers with a teenage driver in the family. Erie car insurance customers pay an average of $1,123 per year, which is more than the national average of $671 per year.
Erie's car insurance rates are based on your driving record and experience, along with factors like the type of car you drive, your ZIP code, your insurance history, and more. Your coverage and deductible choices also impact your final quote, as does your eligibility for discounts.
Erie Car Insurance Rates vs. Popular Competitors
Note: Rates are an approximation based on a 45-year-old driver in New York. Actual rates will vary. For more information, check out the methodology section of our Erie car insurance review.
Other Factors That Make Erie Insurance Competitive
- Erie offers 9 auto insurance discounts.
- Erie offers 22 different types of insurance.
- Erie customer service representatives are available Monday-Friday 8 am - 11 pm, and Saturday 9 am - 4:30 pm EST.
To learn more, read WalletHub's complete review of Erie.
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