RAM 2500 Insurance Cost

Auto insurance for a RAM 2500 will cost about $1,736 per year.

This beats the national average for popular heavy-duty models by $331. Our car insurance comparison study assumes a 40 year old good driver with full coverage and good credit that drives around 13,000 miles per year.

Auto insurance premiums vary a great deal by age, state, insurance company and mileage. Factors such as recent accidents, traffic violations, credit history also impact these rates. The following chart illustrates how some of these scenarios affect the cost of car insurance for a RAM 2500. Visit our Competitive Quote Tool to see if you can find lower rates for a 2500.

Good Driver and Credit
Recent At-Fault Accident
Poor Credit Rating

These RAM 2500 insurance cost estimates are a result of our ongoing nationwide research and analysis, but they are only averages. We recommend that you let our trusted insurance partners do the shopping for you using our Competitive Quote Tool. While it's free to use, we do receive a small commission if you find a better deal.

RAM 2500 insurance Cost

Age Good Driver Recent Accident Poor Credit
17 $5,879 $8,756 $10,351
18 $5,479 $8,160 $9,646
19 $4,842 $7,212 $8,525
20 $4,222 $6,288 $7,433
21 $3,540 $5,273 $6,234
22 $3,448 $5,136 $6,071
23 $3,017 $4,494 $5,312
24 $2,866 $4,269 $5,046
25 $2,474 $3,684 $4,355
30 $1,927 $2,870 $3,393
35 $1,805 $2,688 $3,177
40 $1,736 $2,585 $3,056
45 $1,689 $2,516 $2,974
55 $1,549 $2,307 $2,727
65 $1,616 $2,406 $2,845
75 $2,039 $3,037 $3,591

RAM 2500 car insurance premiums can cost a lot more or less depending on where you live. Rates are more expensive in Michigan because they mandate much higher coverage levels. California, Hawaii and Massachusetts don't allow providers to adjust rates based on credit. These figures also do not include the potential discounts on a multi-vehicle policy. Those can provide significant savings to a household full of drivers. The table below is a breakdown of how these factors can affect RAM 2500 by state.

RAM 2500 Insurance Rates by State

State Good Driver Recent Accident Poor Credit
Alabama $1,839 $2,576 $3,224
Alaska $1,521 $2,215 $2,321
Arizona $1,720 $2,668 $3,803
Arkansas $1,885 $2,856 $3,195
California $2,099 $3,671 $2,099
Colorado $1,959 $2,712 $3,383
Connecticut $2,503 $3,869 $4,956
Delaware $2,072 $2,853 $3,787
Florida $2,467 $3,351 $4,368
Georgia $2,011 $3,100 $3,180
Hawaii $803 $1,109 $803
Idaho $1,396 $1,878 $2,338
Illinois $1,461 $2,159 $2,504
Indiana $1,501 $2,346 $2,737
Iowa $1,189 $1,783 $2,078
Kansas $1,582 $2,329 $2,758
Kentucky $2,286 $3,439 $4,045
Louisiana $2,935 $4,486 $4,829
Maine $1,110 $1,489 $2,172
Maryland $1,796 $2,633 $3,110
Massachusetts $1,440 $2,436 $1,440
Michigan $3,476 $5,225 $8,034
Minnesota $1,431 $1,922 $2,845
Mississippi $1,727 $2,609 $2,756
Missouri $1,627 $2,241 $2,899
Montana $1,655 $2,589 $2,856
Nebraska $1,399 $1,980 $2,253
Nevada $2,307 $3,482 $3,820
New Hampshire $1,605 $2,586 $3,294
New Jersey $1,768 $2,788 $3,596
New Mexico $1,806 $2,598 $2,918
New York $1,673 $2,178 $3,516
North Carolina $1,037 $1,674 $1,290
North Dakota $1,419 $2,184 $2,772
Ohio $1,265 $2,069 $2,143
Oklahoma $2,020 $3,033 $3,440
Oregon $1,838 $2,776 $3,185
Pennsylvania $1,548 $2,342 $2,687
Rhode Island $2,585 $3,967 $4,537
South Carolina $1,756 $2,541 $3,625
South Dakota $1,575 $2,167 $2,600
Tennessee $1,852 $2,771 $3,496
Texas $1,866 $2,746 $3,447
Utah $1,587 $2,295 $3,165
Vermont $1,222 $1,953 $2,135
Virginia $1,151 $1,733 $1,841
Washington $1,523 $2,289 $2,699
West Virginia $1,533 $2,232 $2,757
Wisconsin $1,528 $2,231 $2,709
Wyoming $1,427 $2,096 $2,344

Other Important Costs of Owning a RAM 2500

Insurance is a major vehicle related expense. There are also some others to be aware of. See our cost analyses on RAM 2500 depreciation, maintenance and financing. These will provide you with even more knowledge before making such an important financial decision.

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