At $926 per year, Raeford ranks third on our most expensive local cities list for car insurance with an average cost 15% higher than the state average. Fortunately, drivers have opportunities to save on car insurance by considering insuring with Auto Owners, Allied, North Carolina Farm Bureau, Penn National, and Erie. As our top five most affordable insurers, we found rates at these companies to average $754, a value that is 19% less than the citywide rate for car insurance. North Carolina Farm Bureau has a $25 membership fee and is open to all Raeford residents - regardless of profession. The city is located in Hoke County with a square footage of 4 miles and a population of over 4,000. This small city was named after John McRae and A.A. Williford, two of the earlier settlers at the time. Car racing enthusiasts will find the the Rockfish Speedway in Raeford, where go-karts races are held.
There isn’t a definitive answer to the question, “which company is the cheapest?” Some companies are cheaper than others, plain and simple, but individual details of your driving profile can affect which companies offer you the cheapest rates. For example, while Liberty Mutual wasn’t the cheapest for a driver with a clean record, it was the cheapest for a driver following a DUI. The best way to find cheap car insurance is to compare as many companies as possible using your driving profile.
For instance, a moving violation affects your driving record for three years in most states. Once you know it has been three years since your ticket, there’s no need to wait for your current auto policy to expire. You can immediately quote a new policy that will no longer charge you for that violation. The same goes for an at-fault accident, which will typically affect your rate for three to five years (but can vary by state and carrier). In addition, Progressive offers discounts for being ticket- and accident-free.
Companies do not have a standard rule as to what is considered high risk. If you have had an accident or moving violation the variance in premium will differ from company to company. You may have to get several quotes before finding the company that will work with a poor driving record. If you are diligent, then you should be able to find a rate you can live with.
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