How Much Is Auto Insurance in Maryland?
Car insurance costs vary from person to person based on a number of factors, such as your driving history and your vehicle’s age, make/model, and usage. Of course, the coverage you choose will also impact how much you pay. We’ll work with you to create a policy that meets your needs.
Who Needs Auto Insurance?
If you own a car in Maryland, auto insurance is legally required. Aside from that, having coverage you can count on is worth the peace of mind. Our team of representatives will work with you to ensure that you can drive with confidence.
What Can Auto Insurance Cover in Maryland?
Maryland drivers deserve insurance they can trust. Wherever you drive, NJM has your back. We understand that providing insurance takes empathy, compassion, and good old-fashioned hard work. Whether you’re traveling to a weekend vacation at Ocean City or cruising I-95, you can rest assured that we’ll be there for you when you need us most.
Save with Discounts
You deserve some bonuses for joining the NJM family, too. Check out some of our available discounts.
Have two or more vehicles in your household? We'll apply a discount to each car that's insured under the same policy.
We think you deserve some savings for doing well in school. If you're a high school or college student who's made the honor roll or Dean's List, or has at least a B average or 3.0 GPA, you may qualify for a discount.
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Customize Your Policy
If you think you need additional coverage, we can offer that, too. Endorsements allow you to add increased limits and extra coverages to your policy. Personalize your coverage for your unique needs.
Know Your Policy
Car insurance helps reimburse you for vehicle repairs after a covered accident. NJM policies with physical damage (comprehensive and collision) coverage also include:
If an Incident Occurs
All drivers should know what to do if they are involved in a car crash.
Move out of the flow of traffic.
File a police incident report.
If it is safe to do so, collect details for when you report your claim.
* Figure reflects average annual personal auto insurance premium savings on a countrywide basis for applicants who reported their prior premiums and switched to NJM between 7/1/22 and 6/30/23. Individual savings may vary.
‡ The discount does not apply on New Jersey Re-Insurance Company auto policies.
J.D. Power 2023 Auto Claims Certification Program℠ recognition is based on successful completion of an audit, exceeding a customer experience benchmark through a survey of recent claims servicing interactions, and a Financial Strength rating. For more information, visit jdpower.com/awards.
§ Applies to New Jersey policies issued or renewed after 6/1/19, Pennsylvania policies issued 1/1/18 and later, and Connecticut, Maryland, and Ohio policies.
The information contained on this page should not be construed as legal, financial or insurance advice. The coverage afforded for a particular loss depends on the specific facts and the terms, exclusions, and limits of the actual policy. Nothing on this site alters the terms or conditions of any policy; the policy controls coverage. Coverage options, limits, discounts, deductibles, and other features are subject to underwriting criteria, state availability, and effective dates. Coverage provided and underwritten by NJM Insurance Company and its subsidiaries, 301 Sullivan Way, W. Trenton, NJ 08628.