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AVERAGE AUTO INSURANCE RATES BY PROVINCE
The following table represents a comparison of the average car insurance rates across the Canadian provinces. Ontarians pay a disproportionate amount more than other provinces for their car insurance.
This annual summary provides a comparison of the cost of having to insure your vehicle, depending on where you live. Leading the way, as you may expect is Ontario, thanks largely due to the number of drivers in the province and its heavily populated cities. Next on the list of high car insurance costs, are British Columbia and Alberta respectively.
|Prince Edward Island||$816|
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Source: Jd Power, Auto Insurance Satisfaction Study 2019
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