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Average cost of car insurance in Arizona for 2022

Updated Oct 01, 2022
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The 2022 average cost of full coverage car insurance in Arizona is $1,743 per year, or about $145 per month, according to Bankrate’s analysis of average rate data from Quadrant Information Services for 345 ZIP codes in the Grand Canyon state. The national average cost of full coverage is $1,771 per year, so Arizona drivers pay an average of $28 less per year than drivers in the nation as a whole, or 1.6% less than the national average.

How much is car insurance in Arizona?

Arizona drivers pay an average of $1,743 for full coverage per year. However, there are numerous rating factors that impact how much you’ll pay. The biggest of these include where you live within Arizona and the types and level of coverage you choose. The car insurance company you pick, your age, gender, credit score, driving history and vehicle type will also affect your premium.

Arizona car insurance rates

Average annual minimum coverage premium Average annual full coverage premium
$579 $1,743

Arizona car insurance rates by city

The city you live in plays a large role in how much you pay for car insurance. The cost of medical care in a given city can impact how much bodily injury liability coverage and medical payments coverage costs, and the cost for vehicle repairs can impact the premium for property damage liability, comprehensive and collision coverage. Generally, larger cities have higher costs of living, and thus higher average car insurance rates.

City Average annual full coverage premium % difference from Arizona average
Chandler $1,687 -3%
Gilbert $1,704 -2%
Glendale $2,020 16%
Mesa $1,748 0%
Peoria $1,810 4%
Phoenix $2,064 18%
Scottsdale $1,752 0%
Surprise $1,690 3%
Temple $1,782 2%
Tucson $1,666 -4%


Arizona car insurance rates by company

Every car insurance company in Arizona has its own unique rating algorithm to determine how much you’ll pay for car insurance. Because of this, rates for the same amount of coverage will vary by provider. The providers below are the top 19 car insurance companies by market share in Arizona. As you can see, rates are quite a bit different.

Car insurance company Average annual full coverage premium
AAA $1,768
ACCC Insurance $1,580
Allstate $2,566
American Family $2,876
Country Financial $1,999
Farmers $1,833
Geico $948
Iowa Farm Bureau $1,346
Mercury $1,294
Nationwide $1,520
Progressive $1,636
Safeway $2,378
State Farm $2,108
The Hartford $1,516
Travelers $1,181
USAA $1,301

Arizona car insurance rates by age

Car insurance companies also use age as a rating factor, with younger drivers tending to pay the most for insurance and drivers between the ages of 50 and 60 having the cheapest average rates. Teens pay among the highest rates; their inexperience lends itself to a higher risk for accidents. Elderly drivers may also see their rates begin to rise again, because age-related impairments can affect driving habits.

Age Average annual full coverage premium in Arizona
Age 16* $2,711
Age 18* $4,824
Age 20* $3,388
Age 25 $1,953
Age 30 $1,770
Age 40 $1,547
Age 50 $1,500
Age 60 $1,440
Age 70 $1,601

*16-year-old calculated on parent’s policy disclosure; 18- and 20-year-old are renters

Arizona car insurance rates by gender

Your gender can also impact Arizona auto insurance rates. Generally, men pay for more car insurance than women, because men are statistically more likely to engage in risky driving behaviors. However, the rates below are for male and female drivers in Arizona at age 40, and women pay slightly more than men at that age. At other ages, men tend to pay more than women.

Average annual full coverage premium
Male $1,528
Female $1,566

Arizona car insurance by credit score

Your credit rating can impact your car insurance rates in Arizona as well. Although the cause may not seem immediately apparent, a statistical link exists between credit rating and the likelihood of filing a claim. Drivers with poor credit are more likely to file claims, so insurance companies generally charge higher rates to compensate for the increased risk.

Average annual full coverage rate by credit score

Poor Average Excellent
National average $3,002 $1,907 $1,556
Arizona $3,118 $1,903 $1,527

Arizona car insurance rates by driving record

Having a driving incident like a speeding ticket, at-fault accident or a DUI conviction on your record will likely increase your Arizona auto insurance rates. These incidents could cause insurance companies to view you as a high-risk driver, meaning you are more likely to cause accidents and file claims in the future. However, every car insurance company calculates rates differently, so you may be able to shop around and find a cheaper policy if you have recently seen a rate increase due to your driving record. Understanding the average cost increase associated with various driving incidents might help you know if your policy premium is within a normal range.

Driving incident Average annual full coverage premium in Arizona % increase of average annual premium
Clean driving record $1,743 0%
Speeding ticket $2,216 27%
Accident $2,504 44%
DUI $3,379 94%

Arizona car insurance rates by vehicle type

One of the biggest factors in determining your car insurance rates in Arizona is the type of vehicle you drive. Each vehicle make and model comes with its own statistical crash data, price of parts and labor and safety features.

Vehicle Average annual full coverage premium
Toyota Camry $1,547
Ford F-150 $1,445
Honda Odyssey $1,430

Frequently asked questions


Bankrate utilizes Quadrant Information Services to analyze 2022 rates for all ZIP codes and carriers in all 50 states and Washington, D.C. Quoted rates are based on a 40-year-old male and female driver with a clean driving record, good credit and the following full coverage limits:

  • $100,000 bodily injury liability per person
  • $300,000 bodily injury liability per accident
  • $50,000 property damage liability per accident
  • $100,000 uninsured motorist bodily injury per person
  • $300,000 uninsured motorist bodily injury per accident
  • $500 collision deductible
  • $500 comprehensive deductible

To determine minimum coverage limits, Bankrate used minimum coverage that meets each state’s requirements. Our base profile drivers own a 2020 Toyota Camry, commute five days a week and drive 12,000 miles annually.

These are sample rates and should only be used for comparative purposes.

Age: Rates were calculated by evaluating our base profile with the ages 18-60 (base: 40 years) applied. Depending on age, drivers may be a renter or homeowner. For teens, rates were determined by adding a 16- or 17-year-old teen to a 40-year-old married couple’s policy. The rates displayed reflect the added cost to the parents’ policy. Based on quoted annual premiums, it does not appear Hawaii uses age as a contributing factor.

Gender: The following states do not use gender as a determining factor in calculating premiums: California, Hawaii, Massachusetts, Michigan, Montana, North Carolina, Pennsylvania.

Credit: Rates were calculated based on the following insurance credit tiers assigned to our drivers: “poor, average, good (base), and excellent.” Insurance credit tiers factor in your official credit scores but are not dependent on that variable alone. The following states do not allow credit to be a factor in determining auto insurance rates: California, Hawaii, Massachusetts, Michigan, Washington.

Incident: Rates were calculated by evaluating our base profile with the following incidents applied: clean record (base), at-fault accident, single speeding ticket, single DUI conviction and lapse in coverage.

Written by
Lauren Ward
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Lauren Ward has nearly 10 years of experience in writing for insurance domains such as Bankrate, The Simple Dollar, and She covers auto, homeowners, life insurance, and other topics in the personal finance industry.

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