How much does American Family car insurance cost?
Car insurance rates vary by person because they're determined based on a number of factors including your age, marital status, driving history, credit score and where you live.
They also vary based on the company you choose because each company has their own underwriting process for determining rates and your risk. In the graph below, you can see the average cost of American Family car insurance compared to the national average cost of car insurance.
The graph is split into four categories: teen driver, single adult, married couple and senior driver.
The average American Family car insurance rates for these profiles are all slightly lower than the national average cost of car insurance except for rates for the married couple profile.
Please note that these are average car insurance rates based on specific profiles and your rate could be higher or lower based on your unique characteristics that affect car insurance rates.
Often, the best way to tell is by going through an online quote calculator or talking to an agent to get customized coverage quotes.
How much does American Family homeowners insurance cost?
Homeowners insurance rates vary based on the person and home because rates are determined based on a number of factors specific to you including the location of your home, your home's condition and age, the size and type of home, the crime rate in your area, your claim history and your credit score.
In the graph below, you can see the average cost of American Family homeowners insurance compared to the national average of homeowners insurance. The graph is split into two categories: a home worth $200,000 and a home worth $400,000.
The average American Family homeowners insurance rates for both home profiles are both higher than the national average of homeowners insurance.
Please note that these are average homeowners insurance rates based on specific profiles and your rate could be higher or lower based on your unique characteristics that affect homeowners insurance rates. keep in mind, the sales price of your home is not the same as the insured dwelling value.
Homeowners insurance is based on replacement cost value, which is often significantly lower than the market value.
If you take advantage of certain discounts and other benefits, you may get a lower rate with AmFam, especially if you're bundling policies.