Delaney Simchuk, Car Insurance Writer
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Yes, Geico is cheaper in New Jersey than most other major car insurance companies. In fact, state-minimum coverage from Geico costs about 185% less than the New Jersey average of $107 per month, and full coverage from Geico sells at a similar discount. Geico also offers a variety of discounts that can help New Jersey drivers save even more.
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Note: Rates are an approximation based on a 45-year-old male with minimum coverage. Actual rates will vary.
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