Nine of the 10 largest U.S. auto insurance companies operate in Texas, including State Farm, Progressive, GEICO and Allstate. American Family Insurance is the only major car insurance company that does not cover Texas drivers. When you consider smaller insurers, the list of Texas auto insurance companies grows to 52.
When you’re looking for car insurance, in Texas or any other state, figuring out which companies are eligible to cover you is only a means to an end. Your real goal is finding the best coverage for your needs at the lowest price. And WalletHub’s 2019 study of the best cheap car insurance in Texas provides a helpful starting point.
Cheapest Texas Auto Insurance Companies
- Liberty Mutual
State Farm, the largest insurer in the country, did not make the list of the cheapest car insurance companies in Texas, but they do offer policies there and could be the cheapest provider for some people. Rates differ so widely based on age, gender, location, car model, driving history, credit rating and coverage level, that the only way to really know which company will be best for you is to get multiple quotes and compare.
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