N.J. Tops the List of Costliest Auto Insurance in U.S.
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New Jersey Once Again Tops List of Costliest Auto Insurance in U.S.

Drivers in the state paid an average of $1,220 on car insurance policies in 2012.

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According to an annual industry report, New Jersey once again has the costliest auto insurance in the U.S.

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Drivers in the state paid an average of $1,220 on car insurance policies in 2012. It marks the third straight year that New Jersey has topped the list, reported NJ.com.

Coming in at second was Washington D.C. at $1,155, followed by New York with $1,152. And paying the least for auto insurance at $535: Idaho.

To read the full story, visit nj.com. To view the full report by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners, click here.

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