The cost of your car insurance premium will depend on a variety of factors such as:

• The make and model of your car
• Your age, gender, and marital status
• Your driving record
• The coverage options you choose
• Your location
• Your credit score
• Your insurance history

Generally, the more coverage you choose, the higher your premium will be. A higher deductible (the amount you pay out of pocket before insurance kicks in) will also lower your premium.

It’s difficult to provide a specific estimate without knowing your personal information and the coverage options you choose. However, you can get a general idea by getting quotes from different insurance companies. Many insurance companies offer a quote tool on their website, or you can contact them directly to get an estimate.

Keep in mind that the cost of car insurance also varies by location, due to factors such as population density and the number of claims filed in a particular area. Some states and cities may have higher or lower car insurance rates than others.