In a 2008 independent survey, Minnesota car insurance rates ranked the third lowest in the country. Although, drivers in Minnesota have been rewarded for their good driving with lower rates, the price of car insurance in Minnesota has gone up by 62% since 2005. Experts point out that the reason for this is that consumers are not shopping around for the best rate. By comparing car insurance rates from many companies you can save hundreds on your insurance needs. Learn more about how insurance works in Minnesota and when you are done do a quote to compare rates.
Minnesota Car Insurance Coverage Requirements
The Minnesota state government requires all drivers to purchase valid car insurance up to a specified limit. The coverages required by all drivers is bodily injury liability and property damage liability. The minimum for bodily injury per person is $20,000, while the minimum for bodily injury per accident is $40,000. For property damage liability the minimum coverage required is $10,000. To get a better understanding of these coverages read Types of Coverages from our Insurance Center.
Need to File a Complaint Against a Minnesota Car Insurance Company?
It’s best to get in touch with the Minnesota Department of Insurance to get an understanding of how to proceed with a complaint against your insurance provider.
Michigan Department of Auto Insurance
P.O. Box 30220
Lansing, MI 48909