The cost of car insurance is also rising steadily, both in Georgia and across the country. According to Nerd Wallet, you may be able to access car insurance coverage through the Georgia Auto Insurance Plan if you can't find affordable private insurance due to your level of risk. According to a study published by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, drivers who live in Atlanta, Decatur, Duluth, Lithonia and Stone Mountain pay the most for car insurance. According to the report published in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, you'll pay one of the lowest auto insurance rates in the state if you live in Albany, Athens, Gainesville, Newnan, or Valdosta.
According to ValuePenguin, some of the largest auto insurance companies offering policies in Georgia are Farmers Insurance, Georgia Farm Bureau, Travelers Insurance, Auto-Owners, Liberty Mutual, USAA, Allstate, GEICO, Progressive and State Farm. Comparing quotes from local and regional insurance companies, such as Alfa Insurance and Erie Insurance, with those of large U insurance companies.