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The cost of car insurance is Minnesota is less than the average cost in the rest of the United States. The average yearly premium is $1,497.79 in MN. The rest of the country can expect to pay almost $200 according to www.carinsurance.com. Your cost can vary based on the type of car and your driving record.

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