Norman, OK has ranked high in lists of the “best small cities” in the U.S. Part of this is the low cost of living, the economic climate, and education opportunities. Residents also enjoy the high amount of options for cheap insurance Norman can offer.
For tourists and residents both, there are a number of great museums, including the Moore-Lindsay House which has a collection of over 5,000 rare books. The Oklahoma Sooners have a rabid following all over the nation, and their games bring a ton of money to the city every year, as well as a lot of traffic! There are at least three great music festivals (including “Jazz in June”), a medieval festival, holiday parades, and outdoor festivals of all kinds. Norman residents are never bored, that’s for sure!
Here are some facts about Norman that can influence the price of your car insurance:
- Because the city lies in “Tornado Alley,” weather conditions can affect the price of physical damage coverage (as well as your homeowners insurance rates).
- The neighborhoods just to the east of I-35 have the highest population density and will probably have higher rates for liability coverage.
- Depending on where you live in the city, you’ll pay different rates for some coverages. Residents of the Chautauqua and Crestwood neighborhoods might pay more for liability for instance, while living in Gatewood or Cleveland might mean higher rates for property damage coverage.
- CART provides bus service throughout the city which is utilized by many of OU’s students, as well as commuters who want to lower their annual insurance premiums.