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How to get the best deal on car insurance in San Francisco
San Francisco drivers can expect to pay higher car insurance premiums than drivers in many other parts of the state, with an average yearly premium of $2,502. Compare that to California's state average of $1,968 and the national average of around $1,300, and it's easy to see that the cost of car ownership is pricier in San Fran. Filter car insurance companies by roadside assistance, discounts and more to get a quote.
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