McKayla Girardin, Car Insurance Writer
The cheapest full coverage insurance in Kansas is from Nationwide, which charges $163 per month, on average. In comparison, the average cost of full coverage in Kansas is $320 per month.
In general, the easiest way to make sure you’re getting the cheapest full coverage car insurance possible is to compare quotes from several companies and take advantage of all the discounts you qualify for.
Cheapest Full Coverage Car Insurance in Kansas
- Nationwide – $163 per month
- USAA – $183 per month
- American Family – $190 per month
- State Farm – $196 per month
- Geico – $203 per month
Note: Premiums are for a good driver in Kansas; individual premiums will vary.
Full coverage car insurance in Kansas costs an average of 248% more than minimum coverage policies because full coverage policies typically consist of comprehensive and collision insurance as well as any coverage required by state law.
To learn more, check out WalletHub’s picks for the cheapest full coverage car insurance nationwide.
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