I think I pay too much for insurance, but I still live in the city that supposedly has the cheapest car insurance in the state. According to an online study, Fort Collins has the least expensive car insurance in Colorado. Loveland was second and Laporte was third on the list. Windsor, Johnstown and Greeley were also in the top 10.

According to the Greeley Tribune, a study was conducted by ValuePenguin.com of auto insurance rates in Colorado. They figured the average cost of car insurance in each city and identified the least and most expensive cities.

Fort Collins ranked the cheapest at $1,002 per year. Loveland averaged $1,026 per year and Laporte $1,046. Windsor ranked fourth cheapest in the state with an average annual cost of $1,059, Johnstown was sixth at $1,070 and Greeley eighth with $1,075.

[Greeley Tribune]