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Oregon Rates:

Auto insurance premiums averaged $753.38 in Oregon in 2010, representing a change of 2.40 percent from the previous year when rates averaged $735.80. The 2010 figures indicate that liability coverage averaged $492.22, collision averaged $241.66, and comprehensive averaged $112.78. There were 27 states that had higher average premiums and 22 with lower premiums. In 2010 there were 27 states with higher rates than Oregon. Taking a look at a longer trend, premiums for car insurance in 2000 averaged $625.37 and in 2008, $642.52. In the year 2008, 27 states had higher premiums.

Factors Affecting Insurance Costs

Speed Limit in Cities 55
Speed Limit On Highways 55
Blood Alcohol Percentage Limit 0.08
Open Container Law Both the driver and passenger of vehicles are prohibited from posessing open alcohol
Handheld Cell Phones There is no statewide ban on hand held cell phone use while driving.
Cell Usage By Driver There is no state wide ban on all cell phones by drivers.
License Suspension on DUI On a first offense for DUI/DWI drivers license is suspened for 90 days.
Restoration Available After DUI Driving priviliges may be restored under certain circumstances 30 days following suspension.

Auto Insurance Premium Data

2010 Average Premium $753.38
2010 Average Premium $735.80
2009-2010 % Change 2.40%
2010 Collission Cost $241.66
2010 Liability Cost $492.22
2010 Comprehensive Cost $112.78
2010 Premium Rank 28

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