Tesla Insurance Rates
What to expect when insuring a Tesla
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The average insurance cost of a Tesla across all models is $227 a month, or $2,724 a year. There are several factors that contribute to the high price tag: Teslas are electric vehicles, for example, and they come with higher MSRPs than the average car.
For more insight into insurance costs, click on a specific Tesla model in the list below. You’ll find average monthly costs, base costs and where certain models rank in our list of most expensive cars to insure.
Insurance companies look at several car-related factors when determining the cost of insurance, including the car’s safety ratings, its likelihood of being stolen, and replacement costs and overall damage susceptibility.
Tesla’s high price tag and the fact that it’s an electric car increase the cost of insuring this vehicle. However, great safety ratings help to temper costs just a bit.
Other factors that affect the cost of insurance include the model, mileage and trim package. Personal factors like your driving history, credit score and age also play roles.
Today, Tesla is most closely associated with the billionaire visionary Elon Musk. Musk wasn’t involved in the company when it was created in 2003 by Martin Eberhard and Marc Tarpenning. However, he’s perhaps the biggest force in bringing Tesla to prominence.
Tesla manufactures the Model S and Model X, a stylish sedan and head-turning SUV, respectively. It also sells the Model 3, a mid-priced sedan that is aimed at the mass market.
You’re going to need somewhere to plug in your high-end electric car. And now Tesla offers charging installation services in select states.
A Tesla’s high price tag means that it can be expensive to insure. So be sure to shop around to find the best car insurance for you.
Most major insurers will cover your Tesla. However, prices may vary widely. Compare multiple providers to find the best price.
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