A report from the National Association of Insurance Commissioners finds that New Jersey remains the most expensive state for auto insurance, with Washington, D.C. edging out New York for the number two spot.

The report–the "2003/2004 Auto Insurance Database Report"–provides average costs for personal automobile insurance nationwide.

The 2004 average price for auto insurance coverage for New Jersey drivers was $1,221. With collision and comprehensive, the average price was $1,386.

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