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AUTO INSURANCEA COMPARISON GUIDE TO RATESAs of August 2022

Table of ContentsA Comparison Guideto Automobile Insurance Ratesin MarylandHow to Shop for Auto Insurance2What Factors Impact Rates2How to Use This Guide3About Financing Insurance3Notes to Rate Tables3Scenario Descriptions4Comparison Worksheet9Rate TablesWestern Maryland, Washington D.C.Suburbs, and Southern Maryland113Greater Baltimore Suburban101Eastern Shore (w/o Cecil)189Insurer Phone Numbers and Websites233Coverages Offered by Insurers235How to File a Complaint243Rapid Response Program243

How to Shop for Auto InsuranceWhat Factors Impact Rates?Comparison shopping is the key to getting the most for your insurancedollar. The best time to shop for insurance is before you purchase a car,trade in a vehicle, add drivers or when your policy is up for renewal. Hereare some basic tips to follow when shopping for insurance:When applying for auto insurance, insurers evaluate your risk and thelikelihood you will file a claim. This is referred to as underwriting a risk.Once your level of risk has been determined, the insurer will group you withpolicyholders who have similar risk characteristics. Then, the insurer willassign a rate based on the claims history for your risk group. The mostcommon factors that impact rates are:Before buying a new car, determine your insurance costs. Highperformance vehicles usually come with higher insurance costs.Driving record. If your driving record is less than perfect, you will beconsidered a higher risk and will pay a higher premium.Know what insurance coverage you are buying. Before you begincalling to request price quotes, familiarize yourself with the insurancecoverage you are buying. It is important to know which coverages Marylandlaw requires you to purchase and what optional coverages you may purchase.Geographic area. The number of claims filed by policyholders in yourarea will also affect the rates charged by insurers.Seek unbiased information. In addition to referring to this auto insurancerate guide, you also may seek information from consumer groups, consumerpublications (i.e. Consumer Reports) and the Internet.Gender and age. Statistics show that males and young adults have a higherincidence of accidents and claims. Therefore, your gender and age willdetermine your rate.Do comparison-shopping. Contact several insurers or insuranceproducers (also known as agents or brokers). Also, ask your relatives andfriends for recommendations. In addition, some banks, employers andspecial interest groups offer insurance directly to their members.Marital status. Married individuals have a lower incidence of accidents andclaims so they generally pay lower premiums than single people.Prior insurance coverage. Any time period(s) that you did not carry autoinsurance will affect your premium.Ask for price quotes. In order to make an “apples-to-apples” pricecomparison, you must provide the same information to each insurer orinsurance producer. The following information is normally requested:make/model/year of vehicle, number of average annual miles, region inwhich you live, coverages and limits desired and driving record (accidents orviolations).Annual mileage. Insurers will calculate your premium based on theaverage distance you drive on an annual basis.Make and model of car. Premiums are also based on your car’smake/model and value.Ask about deductibles. A deductible is the amount you agree to beresponsible for in the event of damage to your vehicle (i.e. accident, fire orvandalism). If you select a high deductible, you pay more out of your ownpocket for any damage or loss; however, your premium should be lower.Credit history. Some, but not all, insurers use your credit history (good orbad) as a factor in determining your premium.Ask for discounts. Again, to help keep rates down, ask what discounts theinsurer offers (i.e. security devices, safety devices, good-driving record,defensive-driving courses, good student, etc.).Protect yourself from insurance fraud. Once you have selected theinsurer, contact the Maryland Insurance Administration at,www.insurance.maryland.gov, or via phone to verify that the insurer/insuranceproducer is licensed to sell insurance in Maryland. It is illegal for unlicensedinsurers and insurance producers to sell insurance in Maryland.For more detailed information about shopping for auto insurance,please refer to the Maryland Insurance Administration’s A ConsumerGuide to Auto Insurance. It is available on our website,www.insurance.maryland.gov or it may be requested by calling410-468-2000 or 800-492-6116.2

Notes to Rate Tables:How to Use This GuideThis guide lists those companies writing the greatest number of insurance policies inMaryland. Individuals may not qualify for coverage in all insurers. Affiliated insurershave different underwriting standards. Within a group of insurers (i.e. State Farm orAllstate), consumers are placed in the affiliated insurer based on their risk level.RATES AND AVAILABILITY ARE SUBJECTTO CHANGE BY THE INSURERS.* Indicates those insurers which consider credit scores in determining premiums.To obtain a sample premium in your area, use the included charts as follows: N/A Insurers that do not have rates available based on criteria in the scenario, such asan at-fault accident.Refer to the region you wish to compare (i.e. Western Maryland,Washington D.C. Suburbs, Southern Maryland, Greater Baltimore SuburbanArea, or Eastern Shore (w/o Cecil)Choose a scenario that most closely reflects your household makeup.Determine which zip code is closest to where you live.Compare the insurers and rates provided for that scenario in thatzip code Maryland Automobile Insurance Fund:MAIF generally offers the state mandatory minimum liability limits of 30,000/ 60,000/ 15,000. MAIF does offer limits of 100,000/ 300,000/ 100,000,for which rates are provided. However, MAIF does not provide the limits in Scenarios16, 18 and 22.Rates shown in this guide are total annual premiums for 22 scenarios and do notaccount for other variables such as discounts you may qualify for or other vehicles andage brackets. This data is provided by the insurers and is subject to change.DefinitionsAbout Financing InsuranceFull PIP covers you and members of your family residing with you whomay be injured in a motor vehicle accident, anyone else injured while in yourvehicle, and pedestrians injured by your vehicle.Not everyone can afford to pay their insurance premiums upfront. Therefore, manyinsurers offer installment plans. In addition, your premium may also be financed by apremium finance company, which finances premiums in exchange for a consumer’sagreement to pay interest and service fees.Limited PIP eliminates coverage for you, your family members 16 years ofage or older that reside with you, and any listed drivers on the policy.Anyone else injured while in your vehicle and pedestrians injured by yourvehicle will continue to be covered. Limited PIP premiums are typically40% of Full PIP premiums. You must sign a waiver form to obtain Limited PIP.The minimum coverages and coverage limits requiredby Maryland law are: Liability coverages of 30,000 for bodily injury per person or 60,000per accident, and 15,000 for property damage (a.k.a. 30/60/15); Personal Injury Protection (PIP*) coverage of 2,500; and Uninsured Motorist (UM) coverages of 30,000 bodily injury perperson or 60,000 per accident, and 15,000 for property damage(a.k.a. 30/60/15).Comprehensive and Collision coverages are optional.*PIP may be limited (See Definitions), which will result in a lowerpremium. If you meet certain conditions, the Maryland Auto InsuranceFund and some insurers will allow you to fully reject PIP. Ask your insureror insurance producer to learn more.Rejection of PIP - If you meet certain conditions, the Maryland AutomobileInsurance Fund and some insurance companies will allow you to reject PIP.Uninsured Motorist (UM) protects you if a hit-and-run driver or someonewithout insurance causes damage to your property or injures you or yourpassenger(s).Comprehensive coverage pays for damage to your car resulting fromcauses other than an accident, such as vandalism or theft.Collision coverage pays to repair your vehicle or what your vehicle wasworth right before an accident occurred (if your insurer determines the car istotaled), regardless of who caused the accident.3

Scenario 4:Young Single Female, Age 23. Rents an apartment.Drives a 2012 Jeep LibertyDrives 15 miles each day total for work. Drives 15,000 miles annually.Speeding ticket 19 months ago for driving 10 miles over the speed limit.No credit history (where applicable). No companion policy discount.Liability 30,000/ 60,000/ 15,000Full PIP 2,500UM 30,000/ 60,000/ 15,000Comprehensive 250 deductibleCollision 500 deductibleSCENARIO DESCRIPTIONSScenario 1:Young Single Male, Age 19. Rents an apartment.Drives a 2014 Honda Accord EX-L 6 CYL 4DRDrives 20 miles each day total for work. Drives 15,000 miles annually.No accidents or violations in past three years. No credit history (whereapplicable). No companion policy discount.Liability 30,000/ 60,000/ 15,000Full PIP 2,500UM 30,000/ 60,000/ 15,000Comprehensive 250 deductibleCollision 500 deductibleScenario 5:Single Male, Age 30. Homeowner.Drives a 2015 Toyota RAV4 Limited AWDDrives 25 miles each day total for work. Drives 25,000 miles annually.No accidents or violations in past 3 years. No credit history (whereapplicable). Receives companion policy discount.Liability 100,000/ 300,000/ 100,000Full PIP 2,500UM 100,000/ 300,000/ 100,000Comprehensive 250 deductibleCollision 500 deductibleScenario 2:Young Single Female, Age 19. Rents an apartment.Drives a 2008 Toyota Camry SE Sedan 4DRDrives 20 miles each day total for work. Drives 15,000 miles annually.No accidents or violations in past three years. No credit history (whereapplicable).No companion policy discount.Liability 30,000/ 60,000/ 15,000Full PIP 2,500UM 30,000/ 60,000/ 15,000Comprehensive 250 deductibleCollision 500 deductibleScenario 6:Single Female, Age 30. Homeowner.Drives a 2016 Nissan Altima 6 CYL 3.5LDrives 15 miles each day total for work. Drives 15,000 miles annually.No accidents or violations in past 3 years. Best credit history (whereapplicable). Receives companion policy discount.Liability 100,000/ 300,000/ 100,000Full PIP 2,500UM 100,000/ 300,000/ 100,000Comprehensive 250 deductibleCollision 500 deductibleScenario 3:Young Single Male, Age 23. Rents an apartment.Drives a 2012 Honda CR-V EX AWDDrives 15 miles each day total for work. Drives 15,000 miles annually.No accidents or violations in past three years. No credit history (whereapplicable). No companion policy discount.Liability 30,000/ 60,000/ 15,000Full PIP 2,500UM 30,000/ 60,000/ 15,000Comprehensive 250 deductibleCollision 500 deductible4

Scenario 7:Single Male, Age 40. Homeowner.Drives a 2015 Nissan Sentra SLDrives 50 miles each day total for work. Drives 25,000 miles annually.No accidents or violations in past 3 years. No credit history (whereapplicable). Receives companion policy discount.Liability 100,000/ 300,000/ 100,000Full PIP 2,500UM 100,000/ 300,000/ 100,000Comprehensive 250 deductibleCollision 500 deductibleScenario 10:Single Male, Age 50. Renter.Drives 2016 Ford F-150 XLT 4x4 4DR Crew Cab Gas 145 WBDrives 60 miles each day total for work. Drives 25,000 miles annually.No accidents or violations in past 3 years. Best credit history (whereapplicable). Receives companion policy discount.Liability 100,000/ 300,000/ 100,000Full PIP 2,500UM 100,000/ 300,000/ 100,000Comprehensive 250 deductibleCollision 500 deductibleScenario 8:Single Female, Age 40. Homeowner.Drives a 2016 Toyota Prius C Hatchback 4DRDrives 40 miles each day total for work. Drives 15,000 miles annually.No accidents or violations in past 3 years. Best credit history (whereapplicable). Receives companion policy discount.Liability 100,000/ 300,000/ 100,000Full PIP 2,500UM 100,000/ 300,000/ 100,000Comprehensive 250 deductibleCollision 500 deductibleScenario 11:Single Female, Age 50. Renter.Drives 2014 Hyundai Elantra 4DR SE WBDrives 60 miles each day total for work. Drives 20,000 miles annually.No accidents or violations in past 3 years. No credit history (whereapplicable). No companion policy discount.Liability 100,000/ 300,000/ 100,000Full PIP 2,500UM 100,000/ 300,000/ 100,000Comprehensive 250 deductibleCollision 500 deductibleScenario 9:Single Male, Age 50. Homeowner.Drives 2017 Ford F-250 XLT 4x4 4DR Crew Cab Gas 164 WBDrives 60 miles each day total for work. Drives 25,000 miles annually.Second vehicle – 2012 Honda CR-V EX AWDFor pleasure use only – Drives 3,000 miles annually. Garage kept.No accidents or violations in past 3 years. Best credit history (whereapplicable). Receives companion policy discount.Liability 100,000/ 300,000/ 100,000Full PIP 2,500UM 100,000/ 300,000/ 100,000Comprehensive 250 deductibleCollision 500 deductibleScenario 12:Single Male, Age 65. Homeowner (retired).Drives a 2012 Ford Escape XLS UTL 4x2 4DRDrives 5,000 miles annually – pleasure use.No accidents or violations in past 3 years. Best credit history (whereapplicable). Receives companion policy discount.Liability 100,000/ 300,000/ 100,000Full PIP 2,500UM 100,000/ 300,000/ 100,000Comprehensive 250 deductibleCollision 500 deductible5

Scenario 13:Single Male, Age 65. Renter (retired).Drives a 2014 Honda Accord EX-L 6CYL 4DRDrives 5,000 miles annually – pleasure use.No accidents or violations in past 3 years. Best credit history (whereapplicable). Receives companion policy discount.Liability 100,000/ 300,000/ 100,000Full PIP 2,500UM 100,000/ 300,000/ 100,000Comprehensive 250 deductibleCollision 500 deductible Married Male, Age 26.Drives a 2008 Toyota Tundra Double Cab 4X2Drives 20 miles each day total for work. Drives 20,000 milesannually.No accidents or violations in past 3 years. Best credit history (whereapplicable).Liability 250,000/ 500,000 / 100,000Full PIP 2,500UM 250,000/ 500,000 / 100,000Comprehensive 250 deductibleCollision 500 deductibleScenario 14:Single Female, Age 65. Homeowner (retired).Drives a 2017 Toyota Camry Hybrid LEDrives 5,000 miles annually – pleasure use.No accidents or violations in past 3 years. Best credit history (whereapplicable). No companion policy discount.Liability 100,000/ 300,000/ 100,000Full PIP 2,500UM 100,000/ 300,000/ 100,000Comprehensive 250 deductibleCollision 500 deductible Married Female, Age 24.Drives a 2014 Dodge Grand Caravan SEDoes not work. Drives 5,000 miles annually.No accidents or violations in past 3 years. Best credit history (whereapplicable).Liability 250,000/ 500,000 / 100,000Full PIP 2,500UM 250,000/ 500,000 / 100,000Comprehensive 250 deductibleCollision 500 deductibleScenario 17:Family Rate -- Premiums include coverage for two vehicles and twodrivers, with a multi-car discount and a companion renters discount(where available).Scenario 15:Single Female, Age 65. Renter (retired).Drives a 2015 Honda Accord Coupe LX 2.4L/4CYLDrives 5,000 miles annually – pleasure use.No accidents or violations in past 3 years. Best credit history (whereapplicable). No companion policy discount.Liability 100,000/ 300,000/ 100,000Full PIP 2,500UM 100,000/ 300,000/ 100,000Comprehensive 250 deductibleCollision 500 deductible Scenario 16:Family Rate -- Premiums include coverage for two vehicles and twodrivers, with a multi-car discount and a companion homeownersdiscount (where available).6Married Male, Age 29.Drives a 2011 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 PKP 4x2 2DR Regular CabDrives 40 miles each day total for work. Drives 15,000 milesannually.No accidents or violations in past 3 years. No credit history (whereapplicable).Liability 30,000/ 60,000 / 15,000Full PIP 2,500UM 30,000/ 60,000 / 15,000Comprehensive 250 deductibleCollision 500 deductible

Scenario 19:Family Rate -- Premiums include coverage for two vehicles and threedrivers, with a multi-car discount and a companion homeownersdiscount (where available).Scenario 17 (Cont.):Married Female, Age 29.Drives a 2014 Dodge Grand Caravan SRTWorks part-time. Drives 5,000 miles annually.No accidents or violations in past 3 years. No credit history (whereapplicable).Liability 30,000/ 60,000 / 15,000Full PIP 2,500UM 30,000/ 60,000 / 15,000Comprehensive 250 deductibleCollision 500 deductible Married Male, Age 44.Drives a 2016 Mercedes E350Drives 60 miles each day total for work. Drives 35,000 milesannually.No accidents or violations in past 3 years. Best credit history (whereapplicable).Liability 100,000/ 300,000/ 100,000Full PIP 2,500UM 100,000/ 300,000/ 100,000Comprehensive 250 deductibleCollision 500 deductible Married Female, Age 44.Drives a 2016 Honda Accord EX-L 6 CYL 4DR Honda SensingDrives 15,000 miles annually.No accidents or violations in past 3 years. Best credit history (whereapplicable).Liability 100,000/ 300,000/ 100,000Full PIP 2,500UM 100,000/ 300,000/ 100,000Comprehensive 250 deductibleCollision 500 deductible Young Single Male, Age 17.Does not have his own vehicle – he is an occasional driver of thevehicles. Speeding ticket 6 months ago – 10 miles over the speedlimit.Scenario 18:Family Rate -- Premiums include coverage for two vehicles and twodrivers, with a multi-car discount and a companion homeownersdiscount (where available). Married Male, Age 35.Drives a 2010 Dodge Dakota Crew Cab PKP 4x4 4DRDrives 45 miles each day total for work. Drives 35,000 milesannually.No accidents or violations in past 3 years. Best credit history (whereapplicable).Liability 250,000/ 500,000 / 100,000Full PIP 2,500UM 250,000/ 500,000 / 100,000Comprehensive 250 deductibleCollision 500 deductibleMarried Female, Age 32.Drives a 2017 Nissan Rogue SL 4DR SUV AWD 2.5L 4CYLDrives 20 miles each day total for work. Drives 15,000 milesannually.No accidents or violations in past 3 years. Best credit history (whereapplicable).Liability 250,000/ 500,000 / 100,000Full PIP 2,500UM 250,000/ 500,000 / 100,000Comprehensive 250 deductibleCollision 500 deductibleScenario 20:Family Rate -- Premiums include coverage for two vehicles and threedrivers, with a multi-car discount and a companion homeownersdiscount (where available). 7Married Male, Age 44.Drives a 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee 4WD

ComprehensiveCollisionScenario 20 (Cont.):Drives 60 miles each day total for work. Drives 35,000 milesannually.No accidents or violations in past 3 years. Worst credit history(where applicable).Liability 100,000/ 300,000/ 100,000Full PIP 2,500UM 100,000/ 300,000/ 100,000Comprehensive 250 deductibleCollision 500 deductible Married Female, Age 44.Drives a 2015 Toyotoa CamryDoes not work. Drives 5,000 miles annually.No accidents or violations in past 3 years. Best credit history (whereapplicable).Liability 100,000/ 300,000/ 100,000Full PIP 2,500UM 100,000/ 300,000/ 100,000Comprehensive 250 deductibleCollision 500 deductibleMarried Female, Age 50.Drives a 2008 Toyota Camry SE Sedan 4DRDoes not work. Drives 5,000 miles annually.No accidents or violations in past 3 years. Best credit history (whereapplicable).Liability 100,000/ 300,000/ 100,000Full PIP 2,500UM 100,000/ 300,000/ 100,000Comprehensive 250 deductibleCollision 500 deductibleScenario 22:Family Rate -- Premiums include coverage for two vehicles andtwo drivers, with a multi-car discount and a companionhomeowners discount (where available). Married Male, Age 65.Drives a 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee Altitude 4x4Drives 20 miles each day total for work. Drives 20,000 milesannually.No accidents or violations in past 3 years. Best credit history (whereapplicable).Liability 250,000/ 500,000/ 100,000Full PIP 2,500UM 250,000/ 500,000/ 100,000Comprehensive 250 deductibleCollision 500 deductible Married Female, Age 65.Drives a 2016 LexusDoes not work. Drives 5,000 miles annually.No accidents or violations in past 3 years. Best credit history (whereapplicable).Liability 250,000/ 500,000/ 100,000Full PIP 2,500UM 250,000/ 500,000/ 100,000Comprehensive 250 deductibleCollision 500 deductibleYoung Single Male, Age 17.Does not have his own vehicle – he is an occasional driver of thevehicles. Speeding ticket 6 months ago – 10 miles over the speedlimit.Scenario 21:Family Rate -- Premiums include coverage for two vehicles and twodrivers, with a multi-car discount and a companion renters discount(where available). 250 deductible 500 deductibleMarried Male, Age 50.Drives a 2017 Toyota Avalon Hybrid XLEDrives 60 miles each day total for work. Drives 35,000 milesannually.One at fault accident 15 months ago with claim paid in excess of 10,000. Best credit history (where applicable).Liability 100,000/ 300,000/ 100,000Full PIP 2,500UM 100,000/ 300,000/ 100,0008

Shopping for Automobile InsuranceInsurer/Policy Comparison WorksheetIf you are shopping for automobile insurance, you may use this worksheet to help gather information about insurers and theautomobile insurance policies they sell. You may call an insurance producer or the insurer for a rate quote.Insurer NameTelephone numberFinancing ratingInsurer licensed (Yes/No)Discounts offeredAnnual premiumList all vehicles and drivers9

COVERAGE AL INJURYPROTECTION (PIP)LIABILITYCOVERAGE LIMITS COMPARISON (Coverages vary by policy. Make sure you get the coverage you need!)Limits (30/60/15 is the minimumrequired by law):Premium:Limits ( 2,500 is the minimum requiredby law, unless waived):Premium — Full Coverage:Premium — Waived Coverage:Premium - Rejected PIP, if eductible:10

COMPREHENSIVE(OTHER THAN COLLISION)MEDICALPAYMENTSTOWING AND Limits:Premium:Limit per disablement:Maximum number of day:Premium:Limits:Maximum number of days:Premium:11

COVERAGE COMPARISONCOVERAGE COMPARISON (Coverages vary by policy. Make sure you get the coverage you need!)LIABILITYDoes the policy cover: Family and other household residents? People who drive my car with mypermission? Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes Yes No No Yes Yes No No Yes Yes No No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes Yes No No Yes Yes No No Yes Yes No NoDoes this policy provide liability coverage if: I drive someone else’s car? I am driving a rental car? I drive out the United States?PHYSICAL DAMAGEDoes the policy cover: Family and other household residentswho drive my car: People who drive my car with mypermission?Does this policy provide physical damagecoverage if: I drive someone else’s car? I am driving a rental car?Does the policy cover damage to: A rental car?Does the policy cover physical damage for: Replacement vehicles? Temporary substitute vehicles?12

August 2022Scenario 1: Young Single Male, Age 19Western Maryland, D.C. suburbs, and Southern MarylandRates Effective as of 8/1/2022Insurer* Agency Insurance Co.* AIG Property Casualty Co.* Allstate Indemnity Co.American Family Connect P & C Ins. Co.American National Property & Casualty Co.American States Preferred Insurance Co.* Amica Mutual Insurance Co.* Amica Property & Casualty Insurance Co.Berkley Insurance Co.* Branch Insurance Exchange* Brethren Mutual Insurance Co.* Chubb National Insurance Co.Cincinnati Casualty Co.Cincinnati Insurance Co.* Clearcover Insurance Co.* CSAA General Insurance Co.Cumberland Insurance Co. Inc.* Dairyland Insurance Co.Elephant Insurance Co.Encompass Home/Auto Insurance Co.Erie Insurance Exchange* Esurance Property and Casualty Ins. Co.Farmers Casualty Insurance Co.Farmers Direct P & C Insurance Co.Farmers Group Property & Casualty Ins. Co.Farmers Insurance Exchange* Foremost Insurance Co.Garrison Property & Casualty Ins. Co.* GEICO Secure Co.* Hartford Casualty Insurance 189498536189557* Indicates those insurers that consider credit scores in determining premiums. Refer to "Notes to Rate Tables"n/a Insurers that do not have rates available based on the criteria in the scenario, such as an at-fault accident.Maryland Insurance nd.gov

August 2022Scenario 1: Young Single Male, Age 19Western Maryland, D.C. suburbs, and Southern MarylandRates Effective as of 8/1/2022Insurer**************Horace Mann Insurance Co.Horace Mann Property & Casualty Ins. Co.Integon Indemnity Co.Liberty Mutual Insurance Co.Liberty Mutual Personal Insurance Co.Maryland Auto Insurance FundMeridian Security Insurance Co.Mutual Benefit Insurance Co.National General Assurance Co.Nationwide Property & Casualty Co.NJM Insurance Co.Noblr Insurance ExchangeOld Dominion Insurance Co.Penn National Insurance Co.Pharmacists Mutual Insurance Co.Privilege Underwriters Reciprocal Exch.Progressive Select Insurance Co.Progressive Specialty Insurance Co.Root Insurance Co.Selective Ins. Co. of South CarolinaSouthern Insurance Co. of VAState Farm Fire & Casualty Co.State Farm Mutual Ins. Co.Teachers Insurance Co.Travelers Property Casualty Insurance Co.United Services Automobile AssociationUnitrin Safeguard Insurance Co.USAA Casualty Insurance Co.USAA General Indemnity Co.Vault Recipricol 5033596228330344025347* Indicates those insurers that consider credit scores in determining premiums. Refer to "Notes to Rate Tables"n/a Insurers that do not have rates available based on the criteria in the scenario, such as an at-fault accident.Maryland Insurance nd.gov

August 2022Scenario 1: Young Single Male, Age 19Western Maryland, D.C. suburbs, and Southern MarylandRates Effective as of 8/1/2022Insurer* Agency Insurance Co.* AIG Property Casualty Co.* Allstate Indemnity Co.American Family Connect P & C Ins. Co.American National Property & Casualty Co.American States Preferred Insurance Co.* Amica Mutual Insurance Co.* Amica Property & Casualty Insurance Co.Berkley Insurance Co.* Branch Insurance Exchange* Brethren Mutual Insurance Co.* Chubb National Insurance Co.Cincinnati Casualty Co.Cincinnati Insurance Co.* Clearcover Insurance Co.* CSAA General Insurance Co.Cumberland Insurance Co. Inc.* Dairyland Insurance Co.Elephant Insurance Co.Encompass Home/Auto Insurance Co.Erie Insurance Exchange* Esurance Property and Casualty Ins. Co.Farmers Casualty Insurance Co.Farmers Direct P & C Insurance Co.Farmers Group Property & Casualty Ins. Co.Farmers Insurance Exchange* Foremost Insurance Co.Garrison Property & Casualty Ins. Co.* GEICO Secure Co.* Hartford Casualty Insurance Co.20744207832065921740Prince George'sPrince George'sSaint 30217054* Indicates those insurers that consider credit scores in determining premiums. Refer to "Notes to Rate Tables"n/a Insurers that do not have rates available based on the criteria in the scenario, such as an at-fault accident.Maryland Insurance nd.gov

August 2022Scenario 1: Young Single Male, Age 19Western Maryland, D.C. suburbs, and Southern MarylandRates Effective as of 8/1/2022Insurer**************Horace Mann Insurance Co.Horace Mann Property & Casualty Ins. Co.Integon Indemnity Co.Liberty Mutual Insurance Co.Liberty Mutual Personal Insurance Co.Maryland Auto Insurance FundMeridian Security Insurance Co.Mutual Benefit Insurance Co.National General Assurance Co.Nationwide Property & Casualty Co.NJM Insurance Co.Noblr Insurance ExchangeOld Dominion Insurance Co.Penn National Insurance Co.Pharmacists Mutual Insurance Co.Privilege Underwriters Reciprocal Exch.Progressive Select Insurance Co.Progressive Specialty Insurance Co.Root Insurance Co.Selective Ins. Co. of South CarolinaSouthern Insurance Co. of VAState Farm Fire & Casualty Co.State Farm Mutual Ins. Co.Teachers Insurance Co.Travelers Property Casualty Insurance Co.United Services Automobi

For more detailed information about shopping for auto insurance, please refer to the Maryland Insurance Administration's A Consumer Guide to Auto Insurance. It is available on our website, www.insurance.maryland.gov or it may be requested by calling 410-468-2000 or 800-492-6116. 2

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