Adding a teen driver often cause a dramatic spike in annual auto policy premiums.  According to a study conducted by InsuranceQuotes.com on average U.S. families who add a young driver to their auto insurance policy will see an annual increase of 79%.

Here are the 10 U.S. State where adding a teen driver to an auto policy is the most costly:

  1. Tennessee: 92.21% increase
  2. Vermont: 95.06% increase
  3. Connecticut: 96.33% increase
  4. Maine: 99.13% Increase
  5. Oregon: 99.87% increase
  6. Ohio: 100.17% increase
  7. Wyoming: 105.77% increase
  8. Arizona: 109.36% increase
  9. Rhode Island: 119.19% increase
  10. New Hampshire: 125.39% increase

 

Click on the link to see the average increase by State.