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The cheapest car insurance for a 19-year-old is from Travelers, Grange, and USAA. These companies charge 19-year-old drivers an average of $1,111 per year, which is 53% less than the average premium for a 19-year-old overall.
Cheapest Car Insurance for a 19-Year-Old
- Travelers: $1,073 per year
- Grange: $1,085 per year (not available in every state)
- USAA: $1,176 per year
- AAA: $1,202 per year
- Mercury: $1,264 per year (not available in every state)
Individual rates vary by driver and company, so the best way to find cheap coverage for a 19-year-old is to compare quotes from multiple insurers. You can also take advantage of discounts, such as a good student or a driver's education discount.
To learn more, check out WalletHub’s complete guide to cheap car insurance.
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