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Why is Georgia auto insurance so high? 

The average annual cost of car insurance in Georgia is $1,884, which is less than the U.S. national average rate of $2,049 per year. There are a few reasons why the cost of car insurance in Georgia is higher than in some other states. For instance, Georgia has a very high population density and it has some unique weather risks, like hurricanes. Additionally, Georgia is ranked 10th in the U.S. for states with the highest number of vehicle thefts.

What credit score do you need for car insurance? 

There is no specific credit score that is needed to get car insurance. However, your credit score can impact how expensive your car insurance premium is in Georgia (and in most other states). Drivers with good credit usually pay the lowest rates for insurance because they are less risky to insure. People with bad credit are often assigned higher rates. If you improve your credit score, you can usually secure a lower monthly car insurance premium.