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Uninsured Motorist Statistics

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Uninsured Motorist StatisticsData
Percent of drivers who are uninsured12.6 %
Percent of car accidents caused by uninsured motorists12.5 %
Annual auto damage that goes unpaid for due to uninsured motorists$28,000,000,000
Percent of uninsured motorists who said they can’t afford insurance21 %
Total annual revenue collected from uninsured motorist tickets$947,500,000
Percent of vehicles 15 years or older that are uninsured38 %
States with the Highest Percent of Uninsured Motorists 
Oklahoma25.9 %
Florida23.8 %
Mississippi22.9 %
New Mexico21.6 %
Michigan21 %
Tennessee20.1 %
Alabama19.6 %
Rhode Island17 %
Colorado16.2 %
Washington16.1 %
Arkansas15.9 %
States with the Lowest Percent of Uninsured MotoristsPercentage
Massachusetts3.9 %
Maine4.7 %
New York5.3 %
Utah5.8 %
North Dakota5.9 %
Pennsylvania6.5 %
Nebraska6.7 %
Idaho6.7 %
South Carolina7.7 %
South Dakota7.8 %
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Reasons Cited for Not Having Insurance 
Vehicle not in operating condition24 %
Can't afford to buy insurance21 %
Premiums are too high20 %
Vehicle runs but is not being used17 %
Demographics of Uninsured Motorists (Highest Group Percentage Listed) 
Male62 %
High school or less45 %
Age 18 - 2422 %
Hispanic or Black35 %
Renter48 %
Income less than $20,00032 %
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Statistic Sources & References
Sources: NAIC, Insurance Research Council, California Department of Insurance
Content Author: Statistic Brain

Date research was conducted: August 9, 2016

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