Do you need to move to a big city shortly due to work relocation. Are you considering two options; either move near work in the city center or live in the suburbs and commute every day. Do you want to know how your rates be affected by moving to a large city from a small town?
A lot would be a simple. Auto insurance rates are much higher in the city centers. The traffic congestion, auto theft and vandalism are much higher in city centers. Some areas in the cities can be a nightmare for insurers and the rates would reflect that. Your premium would go up even further if you have a garage where you currently live and you were to park on the street in the city center location. So, try to find a property with private parking in the city if you can manage.
Living in the suburb and commuting is a good alternative as well. This can be a favorite choice for families when there are better schools, and more recreational facilities in the suburbs. Car insurance rates would be much cheaper in a safe suburb neighborhood. However, you need to consider the time and cost of commute. Many people live in city centers and use public transport everyday anyway that you may not really be paying much more extra for transportation.
Also, think about how much you would use the car in your new address. If you are going to be mainly relying on public transport the automobile may only be used for leisure that would qualify you for some savings.
In some cases people pay twice more auto insurance premiums for moving into city center from a nice suburb. That is why it is important to look at possible savings you can claim with your new more. Low mileage is one of those options since public transport is more commonplace in cities.