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Driving in Connecticut

In upscale communities all over the state, residents are unhappy about recent luxury car taxes! While that sounds to us like a great problem to have, for the rest of us, the best way to save money is to get comparison quotes. Thankfully it’s easy to find the best options for cheap insurance Connecticut has available. You can get rate comparisons over the phone or online in a matter of minutes.

Because companies are constantly revising their rates, most insurance professionals recommend re-shopping your auto policy at least twice a year. This will ensure that, as rates change, you know you are always getting the lowest price.


Insurance Facts

  • Connecticut has over 2 million registered cars, with an average car insurance premium for a 12-month policy of $1,432 in December of 2011.​
  • Connecticut has a graduated license requirement for teen drivers including restrictions on passengers, night-time driving curfews and a mandatory 6-month learner’s permit.
  • Car registration is subject to revocation for failure to pay municipal car property taxes. Vehicle property taxes are based on the car’s assessed value and vary from town to town based on the local tax rate.

State Car Insurance Requirements

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Helpful Resources

DMV website and vehicle registration information

The Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles handles all driver license application and vehicle registration renewals. They also have a full listing of local field offices.

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Average Annual Premiums in Connecticut = $1,665 | via Insure.com