Nebraska is known for things like the Huskers, Warren Buffet, and lots and lots of corn. But Nebraska drivers are known for one thing, and that's being forced to pay high car insurance rates.

Truthfully, our rates are not that bad when compared to the national average. We pay an average of just under $1,200 a year as compared to $1,300 for the rest of the country. But that doesn't mean our coverage is CHEAP by any stretch of the imagination.

Nebraska drivers can save on car insurance regardless of how much they pay. There are a lot of larger companies that insure vehicles in our state like State Farm, Farm Bureau, Allstate, Farmers, and more. There are also a lot of smaller companies like North Star, Farmers Mutual of Nebraska, and others. Plus, throw in the online companies like GEICO, Progressive, and Esurance and you have a TON to choose from.

So how does the average Nebraskan make sure their not paying too much for car insurance? The answer is simple: SHOP AROUND! There is a recent study that showed that nearly 70% of Americans have been with the same company for four years or more. And nearly 40% have NEVER even compared rates at all. That's pretty sad considering in that four year period drivers could have saved an average of $3,400 if they had shopped around.

Comparing auto insurance rates is easy to do, it just take a little time. You can do it all online and the savings may surprise you. Our site helps you learn a little about your coverages and also helps you find insurance companies and agents to quote your policy with.

So don't delay, compare today! Just think how many juicy corn-fed Nebraska steaks you'll be able to enjoy with the money you save by switching to a cheaper company.

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