In San Antonio, the cheapest rate we found for a couple was from Nationwide, at $1,259 per year, on average. Nationwide also had the cheapest average rates when a teen driver was added to the policy, at $2,111 per year with a daughter and $2,355 per year with a son. Rates below are ranked in order of the cheapest for a couple without any additional drivers.
The rates in each analysis have different coverage levels and deductibles, and were gathered at different points during the year — all of which affect insurance quotes. For that reason, we’re not comparing the Texas-wide rates with San Antonio-area rates. Use the average rates listed here as a starting point in your car insurance search, and then compare quotes from multiple companies to find the cheapest for you.
The best companies will also have several supplemental coverage options, or endorsements, that you can add to your homeowners policy. Endorsements can vary, as some provide higher coverage limits for certain types of personal property like jewelry or fine furs; or they can provide supplemental coverage for risks — like water backups, floods, or earthquakes — not covered by home insurance.
Deductible: A car insurance deductible is the amount of money you will be required to pay out of pocket to cover a claim. Let’s say a car rear-ends you in traffic, scratching your paint, damaging your bumper and breaking one of your tail lights. The total cost of repairs is $2,500 and your deductible is $500. You will pay the $500 and your insurance will pay out the remaining $2,000 to cover the cost of the repairs. Electing for a higher deductible is one-way drivers can secure cheaper car insurance.