Looking for something to cheer you up on this gloomy Wednesday?

Consider this: it costs less to drive in Ohio than almost every the other state in the county. In fact, Ohio auto insurance is second only to Maine in its affordability.

As of 2016, drivers in Ohio will spend, on average, $899/year on car insurance. The national average is $1,325.

Why is Ohio so much lower than the rest of the country? It has to do with the number of insurance carriers in the state, as well as Ohio's "stable" marketplace. In fact, there are currently over 650 carriers vying for your business in Ohio, the Ohio Insurance Institute reports.

Translation? Lots of choices for consumers means more competitive prices from insurers.

(In case you're curious, Michigan takes the #1 spot for most expensive insurance in the country! Another reason to love the Buckeye State.)

Take advantage of Ohio's rates and consider a little comparison shopping this spring. And if you're looking for more ways to save, we've got you covered.

Sources: Insure.com, Car insurance rates by state, 2016 | Ohio Department of Insurance, Ohio's Home and Auto Inurance Rates Remain Among Nation's Lowest

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