As you might expect, insurance rates are higher in the states with the highest rates, according to a report by the Insurance Information Institute.

The institute’s data shows that auto insurance rates in the six states that account for nearly half of the nation’s insurance premiums, as well as those in nine other states, are the highest.

For example, New Jersey is the only state in the union that has the lowest average rates among the top six.

It is followed by Connecticut, Pennsylvania, New York, Connecticut and Rhode Island.

Rates are also higher in most of the states that don’t have any auto insurance carriers.

In contrast, the state of New York has the highest average rates of car insurance.

The average price for car and SUV insurance in New York City is $1,945 a year, according the Institute’s study.

The highest average rate in the country is in Montana, at $1.88, followed by Texas, Ohio, Florida, Pennsylvania and Michigan.

All of these states have a high number of uninsured drivers.

The report also found that in addition to the top states, many of the other states with insurance rates the highest are in the Midwest, where the average rate is $719 a year.

That’s a huge difference from the Northeast where the lowest insurance rates were $3.24.

In addition, the study found that some states have the highest rate of auto insurance claims in the United States, including Alabama, Mississippi, North Carolina and Texas.

The Insurance Information, a research group that studies the cost of auto, medical and dental care, says that in states that have no insurers, people often have to pay out-of-pocket expenses for medical care and other services when they’re injured or even killed in a car accident.

For those who don’t pay for medical costs, insurers can charge a deductible, deductibles and co-pays, but that’s not always the case.

“Insurers do not take care of their customers when they are hurt, so people are left with high out- of pocket medical bills,” said the report.

“In some cases, insurers will pay the deductible, co-payments, but if they don’t they will take advantage of the consumers and the public to try to collect their money.”

In some states, insurers are not required to cover all the medical services they provide.

That can be a problem when someone has a serious medical condition and they need to get treatment.

In states that do have insurers, some patients may have to wait longer for medical attention, said the Insurance Institute.

For instance, if someone is in the hospital and has to go home for a week or more, they may be charged more than they would have paid for care.

“We also found evidence that insurers may not pay for certain forms of care that are essential for their business model,” the report said.