After our analysis of 2,700 cities and 128 companies, we found that Erie was the most affordable major insurer in the country with an average yearly rate of $1,052 based on our sample driver - about 31% cheaper than the national average across every insurer. The very largest of the five is GEICO, the second largest auto insurer in the U.S. by market share.
Asheville takes the top spot on our list of the cheapest auto insurance rates in North Carolina with an average annual rate of $725, which make it 10% more affordable than the rest of the state. We suggest drivers in Asheville consider obtaining quotes from Auto Owners, North Carolina Farm Bureau, Penn National, Titan, and Erie. As our top five most affordable companies near you, we found their average annual rate to be $622, a 14% reduction from the city wide average. Keep in mind North Carolina Farm Bureau requires a $25 membership fee and is open to people of non-farming professions as well. Numbering over 83,000 in residents, Asheville is home to the largest private residence in America, the Biltmore Estate, as well as the United States National Climatic Data Center, the world’s largest active archive of weather data. It has garnered recognition for an assortment of titles from “Beer City USA” to “Happiest City for Women”, to which we add the "Best City in North Carolina for Auto Insurance"!
Auto Owners, Allied, North Carolina Farm Bureau, Penn National, and Erie had the best rate when it came to insuring our driver's Toyota. These five companies average a premium of $680 for our sample drivers - that's a a 16% difference from the state mean. All these companies are national insurers, with the exception of North Carolina Farm Bureau. The Farm Bureau is an organization that requires membership and annual dues in order to be eligible for their auto insurance products. You don't have to be involved in the farming community to sign up, and member dues are $25 statewide in North Carolina.

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