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Florida Statistics Summary Details
State Population 21,299,325
Road Miles Total in State: 122,391
Vehicle Miles Driven: 201.04 Billion
Driving Deaths Speeding: 299 - 10%
Drunk Driving: 839 - 27%
Vehicles Registered: 14,946,691
Total Stolen: 42,579
Most Popular Vehicle Toyota Corolla
Average Premiums (Annual) Liability: $858
Collision: $283
Comprehensive: $117
Full Coverage: $1,257
Percent of Motorists Uninsured 26.7%
State Rank: 1st
Cheapest Provider USAA

Finding unbiased, accurate information about your state can be nearly impossible these days.

As you’ve probably learned the hard way, you can’t always trust what you read online. Which is why we felt it was important that we create this state guide to lay out the cross-checked facts for you.

We do not sell car insurance, but we do have a team of experts who study traffic accident trends, rate changes, vehicle expenses, insurance laws (and much more). Once we confirm and analyze the data, we do our best to keep – YOU – our beloved readers in the know.

This Florida guide will cover all the must-know facts on the topics of traffic, insurance, and the general rules of the road.

Whether you live, work, or vacation in Florida, our comprehensive guide is designed for you. This should be your most-trusted source for comparing insurance providers, monthly rates, coverage options, and more.

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Florida Car Insurance Coverage and Rates

The biggest question in car insurance: “What will it cost!?” Because that’s what is going to affect you directly – accident or not – you’ll be paying. When it hits the wallet it hits close to home.

Have you tried to Google how much the top insurers in your state charge for the coverage you need? Before this guide, you’d be on a frustrating, time-draining wild goose chase with no definitive answers.

If you are looking for EXACT dollar amounts that specific car insurance companies are charging without having to provide all of your personal information . . . then you came to the right place. This is the guide for you.

– Florida Minimum Coverage Requirements

Coverage Type Also Called Minimum Required
Personal Injury Protection PIP $10,000
Property Damage Liability PDL $10,000

Clear as mud!? Don’t worry; you’re not alone. These car insurance terms are confusing for most people.

And, to make matters even more confusing some sources, including Insurance Information Institute (III), list Florida as a 10/20/10 state.

Here’s what 10/20/10 means:

  • 1st number: (10 = $10,000) This is the bodily injury liability (BIL) required. It covers one person who is injured in one accident
  • 2nd number: (20 = $20,000) This is the BIL that covers all of the people who are injured in one accident
  • 3rd number: (10 = $10,000) This is the property damage liability (PDL) required. It covers the damages – you’re responsible for – to other people’s property

Florida is one of only two states (New Hampshire is the other) that does NOT require bodily injury liability.

In stark contrast, 44 states require at least $20,000 in bodily injury liability coverage and some require as much as $50,000.

The reason why III and others still list BIL minimums for Florida is because of the Florida Financial Responsibility Act, which requires that if you’re found to have caused an accident, you’ll be required to cover $10,000 per person and $20,000 per accident.

If you’re found to be at-fault without bodily injury liability coverage, you could quickly go bankrupt trying to pay out-of-pocket for all the expenses you caused.

As stated in the above news report this could change, but as of now Florida is one of 10 states that require drivers to have at least $10,000 of personal injury protection (PIP) coverage.

PIP is also known as “no-fault coverage” because after an accident it will pay for your bills regardless of who was at fault.

Here is the breakdown of what (and how much) PIP will cover:

  • 80% of medical bills: pays for surgeries, prescriptions, ambulance fees, rehabilitation, glasses, hearing aids etc
  • 60% of lost wages: pays you back for your actual lost income and your lost earning capacity
  • 100% of services: pays for services for things you can no longer do such as cleaning or yard work
  • 100% of mileage: pays for the mileage you log going back and forth to the doctors’ offices and rehab centers
  • $5,000 death benefit: if someone on your policy dies; this is in addition to the $10,000 for the above four categories

Important! Personal injury protection claims must be made within 14 days of the accident.

– Forms of Financial Responsibility Required in Florida

Do you already carry the minimum car insurance required by Florida law? If you can answer “yes,” that’s great! But it’s not enough.

Every time you drive on Florida public roads, you must carry tangible proof that you and your vehicle are insured by an agent who works for a company licensed to sell auto insurance in Florida.

If you are involved in an accident or pulled over by a police officer, you MUST be able to show proof of insurance (POI) which includes the following:

  • Insurance company
  • Policy information
  • Effective dates

If you can’t show proof of your insurance, you will be given a ticket and lose your license. You will not receive a temporary or restricted license in the meantime. You will have your driving privileges fully revoked until you pay the penalty and reinstatement fees, provide proof of insurance, and reapply for a new Florida license.

The chart below shows the price you’ll have to pay in order to get your license back:

Driving without Insurance Fine
1st Offense $150
2nd Offense $250
3 or more $500

There’s no excuse to be driving without insurance. Don’t get behind the wheel without it. The below video provides tips for how you can protect yourself from the irresponsible uninsured motorists on the roads around you in Florida:

Don’t live in Florida but own a car that does? You still need Florida insurance for that vehicle. Below is the exact wording of Florida’s state law on this:

“Any person who has a vehicle in Florida for more than 90 days during a 365-day period must purchase personal injury protection and property damage liability insurance coverage. The 90 days do not have to be consecutive.”

– Premiums as a Percentage of Income in Florida

  2012 2013 2014
Disposable Personal Income $37,195 $36,606 $38,350
Full Coverage Premiums $1,197 $1,210 $1,209
Percent of Income 3.22% 3.30% 3.15%

Disposable Personal Income (DPI) = the money you earn before you pay your bills but after you take out what you’re required to pay in taxes.

Check out how quickly an income of $75,000 drops after taxes are deducted in top cities across the country:

A nice income of $75,000 quickly becomes $60,996 after taxes, and then you still have all your bills to pay including $1,209 a year for car insurance.

As a Florida resident, you should anticipate paying over three percent of your income for the state minimum required car insurance.

Curious how Florida’s premiums-to-income ratio compares to nearby states? Check out the graph we made below to show just that:

Florida and 4 states premiums to income ratio 3 year trend

Each state’s percentage didn’t fluctuate much from year-to-year, but Florida’s premiums-to-income percentage was significantly higher all three years.

The nearly one percent difference you see above between Alabama and Florida quickly translates to spending about $400 more of your hard-earned disposable income on car insurance.

Let’s take a closer look at disposable income versus auto insurance premiums in those same neighboring five states for 2014:

Income and Car Insurance Premiums in five states 2014

While the average DPI is higher in Florida, so is the percentage of that income that state residents are required to spend on auto insurance.

Curious what percentage of your precious income you’re spending on car insurance? Take our calculator for a spin:

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Seem high? That’s because it is. Florida has the fourth most expensive car insurance (compared to income) in the entire United States.

– Core Coverage Costs in Florida

Coverage Type 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
Liability $814 $856 $860 $837 $858
Collision $237 $235 $243 $260 $283
Comprehensive $110 $106 $107 $112 $117
Full Coverage $1,160 $1,197 $1,210 $1,209 $1,257

The average full coverage car insurance costs in Florida were almost identical from 2013 to 2014, then 2015 experienced the biggest price increase in five years.

Here’s how those costs compared to the states nearest Florida and the national average:

Auto premiums in five states 2013-2015

See that spike in the above graph? Yep, that’s Florida.

Florida’s car insurance coverage has been consistently more expensive than the states nearby and the national average by $200 to $400 a year.

– Additional Liability Coverage in Florida

Loss Ratio 2012 2013 2014
Medical Payments (Med Pay) 74% 73% 81%
Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist (UM/UIM) 73% 80% 86%
Personal Injury Protection (PIP) 75% 62% 76%

While personal injury protection (PIP) is required in Florida, medical payments (Med Pay), uninsured, and underinsured (UM/UIM) coverage are all optional.

Remember! Just because a coverage isn’t required doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t invest in it.

Florida is ranked first for having the most uninsured motorist in the entire country. An alarming 27 percent of the motorists on Florida roadways were driving without car insurance in 2015.

What does this mean? Uninsured motorists do not have ANY help paying for damages and injuries they cause in an accident. If you sue them, they will likely go bankrupt before they can pay even a small portion of all the bills you will rake in.

That’s when the additional coverage listed above is such a huge help to you, the responsible driver. If you get in an accident with an uninsured motorist, your PIP, Med Pay, and UM/UIM coverage will pay those bills while you focus on getting a working vehicle, your health, and your life back.

With over a quarter of all the motorists on Florida roads driving illegally without car insurance, you better not get behind the wheel without PIP at the VERY least.

Okay let’s talk loss ratio.

On average auto insurance providers paid for claims amounting to 76 percent of the premiums Florida residents paid for the additional liability coverage options: PIP, UM/UIM, and Med Pay.

Loss ratio is a lot more simple then it sounds. Here’s an example of Florida’s 76 percent loss ratio: you pay $1,000 for coverage and your provider pays $760 for damages— not bad at all.

Florida’s loss ratio for additional liability coverage has been right where you want it. Here’s what can happen if they get too high or too low:

  1. If the loss ratio is too high, the insurance provider will soon be raising the rates in order to keep the business running
  2. If the loss ratio is too low, it means that the insurance provider is not paying out all of the claims they should be

Professional advice: be sure to look at the provider’s loss ratio when choosing where to get your car insurance. Don’t just focus on what you’ll be charged, but more importantly, the insurance you will get back for that money you invest.

– Add-ons, Endorsements, and Riders in Florida

– Pay-As-You-Drive or Usage-Based Insurance in Florida

This type of insurance goes by a few names – eight actually if you count the abbreviations too:

  • Pay-as-you-drive (PAYD)
  • Usage-based insurance (UBI)
  • Pay-how-you-drive (PHYD)
  • Pay-per-mile
  • Pay-as-you-go

All of the above terms refer to one thing: car insurance companies using telematics to determine how you drive. Usually your provider will use the driving data provided to adjust your premiums.

The box below lists four of the most popular usage-based programs that are available in Florida. Click on the program name for more details.

Insurance Company Program Name What it Can Save You
Allstate Drivewise - up to 10% at sign up
- up to 30% based on driving
Nationwide SmartRide - 10% at sign up
- up to 40% based on driving
Progressive Snapshot - up to 30% based on driving
- on average: $130
State Farm Drive Safe & Save - about 5% at sign up
- up to 30% based on driving

Currently, most auto insurance providers offer a telematics program that help streamline your coverage and can lower your rates based on your driving and mileage.

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– Car Insurance Rates in Florida by Gender and Age

Company Single Female Age-17 Single Male Age-17 Single Female Age-25 Single Male Age-25 Married Female Age-35 Married Male Age-35 Married Female Age-60 Married Male Age-60
Allstate $15,906 $17,179 $4,593 $4,639 $4,653 $4,423 $4,040 $4,090
GEICO $5,343 $6,713 $3,293 $3,344 $2,987 $3,001 $2,794 $2,794
Liberty Mutual $7,860 $12,117 $3,711 $5,037 $3,711 $3,711 $3,399 $3,399
Nationwide $7,315 $9,014 $3,347 $3,484 $3,040 $3,001 $2,710 $2,806
Progressive $10,513 $11,454 $4,509 $4,303 $3,736 $3,523 $3,201 $3,428
State Farm $6,166 $7,833 $2,399 $2,556 $2,159 $2,159 $1,955 $1,955
USAA $5,638 $6,552 $2,060 $2,226 $1,646 $1,619 $1,536 $1,525

As you can see, your age and gender make a big difference in how much you pay for your car insurance.

On average in Florida, a 17-year-old male can be expected to pay $15,654 more a year than a 60-year-old male.

Essentially this means that a teen boy living in Florida is having to spend more on car insurance than he would on buy his very first car.

In addition to getting older, getting married can grant you lower rates too.

Plus, each provider charges their own rates (within state laws). Take a look at this graph comparing three of the largest car insurance providers in Florida:

Allstate, Geico, and State Farm rates in FL by age and gender

All three providers charge teen drivers thousands more a year, but Allstate clearly puts a drastically high price tag on 17-year-old drivers’ auto premiums.

Speaking from experience as a dad of two teen drivers and insurance agent, Dan Weedin shares helpful tips for how you can lower your teen’s car insurance rates in the eHow video below:

Cheapest Car Insurance Rates in Florida by Zip Code

City Zipcode Average Allstate GEICO Liberty Mutual Nationwide Progressive State Farm USAA
Waldo 32694 $3,481 $5,639 $2,945 $3,903 $3,186 $3,882 $2,685 $2,129
High Springs 32643 $3,486 $5,673 $2,945 $3,903 $3,186 $3,882 $2,685 $2,129
Archer 32618 $3,487 $5,675 $2,945 $3,903 $3,186 $3,882 $2,685 $2,129
Micanopy 32667 $3,487 $5,675 $2,945 $3,903 $3,186 $3,882 $2,685 $2,129
Newberry 32669 $3,487 $5,675 $2,945 $3,903 $3,186 $3,882 $2,685 $2,129
Gainesville 32601 $3,489 $5,639 $2,982 $3,903 $3,206 $3,882 $2,685 $2,129
Gainesville 32609 $3,489 $5,639 $2,982 $3,903 $3,206 $3,882 $2,685 $2,129
Gainesville 32641 $3,489 $5,639 $2,982 $3,903 $3,206 $3,882 $2,685 $2,129
Alachua 32615 $3,491 $5,703 $2,945 $3,903 $3,186 $3,882 $2,685 $2,129
La Crosse 32658 $3,491 $5,703 $2,945 $3,903 $3,186 $3,882 $2,685 $2,129
Gainesville 32612 $3,493 $5,675 $2,982 $3,903 $3,206 $3,867 $2,685 $2,129
Gainesville 32603 $3,495 $5,675 $2,982 $3,903 $3,206 $3,882 $2,685 $2,129
Gainesville 32605 $3,495 $5,675 $2,982 $3,903 $3,206 $3,882 $2,685 $2,129
Gainesville 32606 $3,495 $5,675 $2,982 $3,903 $3,206 $3,882 $2,685 $2,129
Gainesville 32607 $3,495 $5,675 $2,982 $3,903 $3,206 $3,882 $2,685 $2,129
Gainesville 32608 $3,495 $5,675 $2,982 $3,903 $3,206 $3,882 $2,685 $2,129
Gainesville 32611 $3,495 $5,675 $2,982 $3,903 $3,206 $3,882 $2,685 $2,129
Gainesville 32653 $3,495 $5,675 $2,982 $3,903 $3,206 $3,882 $2,685 $2,129
Gainesville 32610 $3,505 $5,675 $2,982 $3,903 $3,206 $3,952 $2,685 $2,129
Earleton 32631 $3,523 $5,931 $2,945 $3,903 $3,186 $3,882 $2,685 $2,129
Miramar Beach 32550 $3,597 $5,997 $2,902 $4,256 $3,220 $4,268 $2,556 $1,984
McIntosh 32664 $3,611 $5,675 $3,098 $3,954 $3,552 $3,882 $2,657 $2,457
Orange Lake 32681 $3,611 $5,675 $3,098 $3,954 $3,552 $3,882 $2,657 $2,457
Evinston 32633 $3,646 $5,639 $2,945 $3,903 $3,186 $5,036 $2,685 $2,129
Hawthorne 32640 $3,646 $5,639 $2,945 $3,903 $3,186 $5,036 $2,685 $2,129
Island Grove 32654 $3,646 $5,639 $2,945 $3,903 $3,186 $5,036 $2,685 $2,129
Lochloosa 32662 $3,646 $5,639 $2,945 $3,903 $3,186 $5,036 $2,685 $2,129
Greenville 32331 $3,646 $5,558 $3,015 $3,992 $3,279 $4,603 $2,707 $2,371
Eglin AFB 32542 $3,653 $5,988 $3,206 $4,256 $3,332 $4,247 $2,556 $1,984
Fort Walton Beach 32547 $3,653 $5,988 $3,206 $4,256 $3,332 $4,247 $2,556 $1,984
Fort Walton Beach 32548 $3,653 $5,988 $3,206 $4,256 $3,332 $4,247 $2,556 $1,984
Hurlburt Field 32544 $3,653 $5,988 $3,206 $4,256 $3,332 $4,247 $2,556 $1,984
Mary Esther 32569 $3,653 $5,988 $3,206 $4,256 $3,332 $4,247 $2,556 $1,984
Niceville 32578 $3,653 $5,988 $3,206 $4,256 $3,332 $4,247 $2,556 $1,984
Shalimar 32579 $3,653 $5,988 $3,206 $4,256 $3,332 $4,247 $2,556 $1,984
Valparaiso 32580 $3,653 $5,988 $3,206 $4,256 $3,332 $4,247 $2,556 $1,984
Destin 32541 $3,654 $5,997 $3,206 $4,256 $3,332 $4,247 $2,556 $1,984
Horseshoe Beach 32648 $3,663 $5,558 $3,142 $4,266 $3,279 $4,526 $2,499 $2,371
Gulf Hammock 32639 $3,664 $5,609 $3,051 $4,377 $3,279 $4,463 $2,499 $2,371
Inglis 34449 $3,664 $5,609 $3,051 $4,377 $3,279 $4,463 $2,499 $2,371
Otter Creek 32683 $3,664 $5,609 $3,051 $4,377 $3,279 $4,463 $2,499 $2,371
Yankeetown 34498 $3,664 $5,609 $3,051 $4,377 $3,279 $4,463 $2,499 $2,371
Trenton 32693 $3,665 $5,609 $3,051 $4,377 $3,279 $4,468 $2,499 $2,371
Bell 32619 $3,666 $5,673 $3,080 $4,289 $3,279 $4,468 $2,499 $2,371
Bronson 32621 $3,674 $5,675 $3,051 $4,377 $3,279 $4,463 $2,499 $2,371
Morriston 32668 $3,674 $5,675 $3,051 $4,377 $3,279 $4,463 $2,499 $2,371
Williston 32696 $3,674 $5,675 $3,051 $4,377 $3,279 $4,463 $2,499 $2,371
Santa Rosa Beach 32459 $3,675 $5,997 $2,902 $4,584 $3,220 $3,963 $2,556 $2,507
Cedar Key 32625 $3,678 $5,609 $3,051 $4,377 $3,279 $4,560 $2,499 $2,371
Chiefland 32626 $3,678 $5,609 $3,051 $4,377 $3,279 $4,560 $2,499 $2,371
Freeport 32439 $3,679 $5,988 $2,902 $4,584 $3,220 $3,995 $2,556 $2,507
Cross City 32628 $3,680 $5,673 $3,142 $4,266 $3,279 $4,526 $2,499 $2,371
Old Town 32680 $3,680 $5,673 $3,142 $4,266 $3,279 $4,526 $2,499 $2,371
Suwannee 32692 $3,680 $5,673 $3,142 $4,266 $3,279 $4,526 $2,499 $2,371
Argyle 32422 $3,684 $5,988 $2,902 $4,584 $3,220 $4,033 $2,556 $2,507
Defuniak Springs 32433 $3,684 $5,988 $2,902 $4,584 $3,220 $4,033 $2,556 $2,507
Defuniak Springs 32435 $3,684 $5,988 $2,902 $4,584 $3,220 $4,033 $2,556 $2,507
Mossy Head 32434 $3,684 $5,988 $2,902 $4,584 $3,220 $4,033 $2,556 $2,507
The Villages 32162 $3,699 $5,768 $3,098 $3,874 $3,128 $5,068 $2,499 $2,457
Steinhatchee 32359 $3,701 $5,558 $3,173 $4,223 $3,279 $4,593 $2,707 $2,371
Perry 32347 $3,702 $5,558 $3,173 $4,223 $3,279 $4,603 $2,707 $2,371
Perry 32348 $3,702 $5,558 $3,173 $4,223 $3,279 $4,603 $2,707 $2,371
Shady Grove 32357 $3,702 $5,558 $3,173 $4,223 $3,279 $4,603 $2,707 $2,371
Ebro 32437 $3,708 $5,997 $2,967 $4,255 $3,412 $3,963 $2,707 $2,653
Lady Lake 32159 $3,711 $5,768 $3,296 $3,874 $3,128 $5,068 $2,499 $2,342
Vernon 32462 $3,711 $5,952 $2,967 $4,255 $3,412 $4,033 $2,707 $2,653
Branford 32008 $3,713 $5,673 $3,060 $4,369 $3,279 $4,535 $2,707 $2,371
O'Brien 32071 $3,713 $5,673 $3,060 $4,369 $3,279 $4,535 $2,707 $2,371
Silver Springs 34488 $3,717 $5,639 $3,098 $3,954 $3,475 $4,923 $2,657 $2,270
Salem 32356 $3,717 $5,673 $3,173 $4,223 $3,279 $4,593 $2,707 $2,371
McAlpin 32062 $3,718 $5,673 $3,060 $4,369 $3,279 $4,565 $2,707 $2,371
Caryville 32427 $3,720 $5,952 $2,967 $4,255 $3,412 $4,094 $2,707 $2,653
Live Oak 32060 $3,723 $5,673 $3,060 $4,369 $3,279 $4,603 $2,707 $2,371
Live Oak 32064 $3,723 $5,673 $3,060 $4,369 $3,279 $4,603 $2,707 $2,371
Crestview 32536 $3,726 $5,988 $3,206 $4,256 $3,332 $4,327 $2,556 $2,417
Crestview 32539 $3,726 $5,988 $3,206 $4,256 $3,332 $4,327 $2,556 $2,417
Laurel Hill 32567 $3,726 $5,988 $3,206 $4,256 $3,332 $4,327 $2,556 $2,417
Milligan 32537 $3,726 $5,988 $3,206 $4,256 $3,332 $4,327 $2,556 $2,417
Jennings 32053 $3,726 $5,558 $3,130 $4,435 $3,279 $4,603 $2,707 $2,371
Paxton 32538 $3,726 $5,988 $2,902 $4,584 $3,220 $4,327 $2,556 $2,507
Chipley 32428 $3,726 $5,997 $2,967 $4,255 $3,412 $4,094 $2,707 $2,653
Wausau 32463 $3,726 $5,997 $2,967 $4,255 $3,412 $4,094 $2,707 $2,653
Lee 32059 $3,728 $5,558 $3,015 $4,560 $3,279 $4,603 $2,707 $2,371
Madison 32340 $3,728 $5,558 $3,015 $4,560 $3,279 $4,603 $2,707 $2,371
Pinetta 32350 $3,728 $5,558 $3,015 $4,560 $3,279 $4,603 $2,707 $2,371
Alford 32420 $3,733 $5,997 $3,056 $4,265 $3,412 $4,041 $2,707 $2,653
Bascom 32423 $3,740 $5,997 $3,056 $4,265 $3,412 $4,094 $2,707 $2,653
Campbellton 32426 $3,740 $5,997 $3,056 $4,265 $3,412 $4,094 $2,707 $2,653
Cottondale 32431 $3,740 $5,997 $3,056 $4,265 $3,412 $4,094 $2,707 $2,653
Grand Ridge 32442 $3,740 $5,997 $3,056 $4,265 $3,412 $4,094 $2,707 $2,653
Greenwood 32443 $3,740 $5,997 $3,056 $4,265 $3,412 $4,094 $2,707 $2,653
Malone 32445 $3,740 $5,997 $3,056 $4,265 $3,412 $4,094 $2,707 $2,653
Marianna 32446 $3,740 $5,997 $3,056 $4,265 $3,412 $4,094 $2,707 $2,653
Marianna 32448 $3,740 $5,997 $3,056 $4,265 $3,412 $4,094 $2,707 $2,653
Sneads 32460 $3,740 $5,997 $3,056 $4,265 $3,412 $4,094 $2,707 $2,653
Rosemary Beach 32461 $3,743 $5,997 $2,902 $4,584 $3,220 $4,438 $2,556 $2,507
Mayo 32066 $3,747 $5,673 $3,142 $4,525 $3,279 $4,535 $2,707 $2,371
Wellborn 32094 $3,750 $5,901 $3,060 $4,369 $3,279 $4,565 $2,707 $2,371
Ponce De Leon 32455 $3,752 $5,952 $3,056 $4,454 $3,412 $4,033 $2,707 $2,653
Westville 32464 $3,752 $5,952 $3,056 $4,454 $3,412 $4,033 $2,707 $2,653
Anthony 32617 $3,753 $5,639 $3,098 $3,954 $3,552 $4,914 $2,657 $2,457
Citra 32113 $3,753 $5,639 $3,098 $3,954 $3,552 $4,914 $2,657 $2,457
Eastlake Weir 32133 $3,753 $5,639 $3,098 $3,954 $3,552 $4,914 $2,657 $2,457
Ocklawaha 32179 $3,753 $5,639 $3,098 $3,954 $3,552 $4,914 $2,657 $2,457
Orange Springs 32182 $3,753 $5,639 $3,098 $3,954 $3,552 $4,914 $2,657 $2,457
Sparr 32192 $3,753 $5,639 $3,098 $3,954 $3,552 $4,914 $2,657 $2,457
Ocala 34482 $3,754 $5,675 $3,457 $3,954 $3,340 $4,923 $2,657 $2,270
Fairfield 32634 $3,758 $5,675 $3,098 $3,954 $3,552 $4,914 $2,657 $2,457
Lowell 32663 $3,758 $5,675 $3,098 $3,954 $3,552 $4,914 $2,657 $2,457
Reddick 32686 $3,758 $5,675 $3,098 $3,954 $3,552 $4,914 $2,657 $2,457
Bonifay 32425 $3,761 $5,952 $3,056 $4,454 $3,412 $4,094 $2,707 $2,653
Noma 32452 $3,761 $5,952 $3,056 $4,454 $3,412 $4,094 $2,707 $2,653
Baker 32531 $3,763 $6,250 $3,206 $4,256 $3,332 $4,327 $2,556 $2,417
Holt 32564 $3,763 $6,250 $3,206 $4,256 $3,332 $4,327 $2,556 $2,417
Ocala 34475 $3,764 $5,639 $3,457 $3,954 $3,340 $5,034 $2,657 $2,270
Graceville 32440 $3,767 $5,997 $3,056 $4,454 $3,412 $4,094 $2,707 $2,653
White Springs 32096 $3,770 $5,901 $3,130 $4,435 $3,279 $4,565 $2,707 $2,371
Lynn Haven 32444 $3,773 $5,997 $3,324 $4,350 $3,380 $4,438 $2,775 $2,147
Mexico Beach 32410 $3,773 $5,997 $3,324 $4,350 $3,380 $4,438 $2,775 $2,147
Panama City 32401 $3,773 $5,997 $3,324 $4,350 $3,380 $4,438 $2,775 $2,147
Panama City 32404 $3,773 $5,997 $3,324 $4,350 $3,380 $4,438 $2,775 $2,147
Panama City 32405 $3,773 $5,997 $3,324 $4,350 $3,380 $4,438 $2,775 $2,147
Panama City 32408 $3,773 $5,997 $3,324 $4,350 $3,380 $4,438 $2,775 $2,147
Panama City 32409 $3,773 $5,997 $3,324 $4,350 $3,380 $4,438 $2,775 $2,147
Panama City Beach 32407 $3,773 $5,997 $3,324 $4,350 $3,380 $4,438 $2,775 $2,147
Panama City Beach 32413 $3,773 $5,997 $3,324 $4,350 $3,380 $4,438 $2,775 $2,147
Greensboro 32330 $3,774 $5,997 $2,951 $4,631 $3,216 $4,544 $2,707 $2,371
Havana 32333 $3,774 $5,997 $2,951 $4,631 $3,216 $4,544 $2,707 $2,371
Midway 32343 $3,774 $5,997 $2,951 $4,631 $3,216 $4,544 $2,707 $2,371
Quincy 32351 $3,774 $5,997 $2,951 $4,631 $3,216 $4,544 $2,707 $2,371
Jasper 32052 $3,775 $5,901 $3,130 $4,435 $3,279 $4,603 $2,707 $2,371
Fruitland Park 34731 $3,779 $5,768 $3,296 $3,874 $3,607 $5,068 $2,499 $2,342
Leesburg 34748 $3,779 $5,768 $3,296 $3,874 $3,607 $5,068 $2,499 $2,342
Okahumpka 34762 $3,779 $5,768 $3,296 $3,874 $3,607 $5,068 $2,499 $2,342
Yalaha 34797 $3,779 $5,768 $3,296 $3,874 $3,607 $5,068 $2,499 $2,342
Panama City 32403 $3,779 $5,997 $3,324 $4,350 $3,380 $4,482 $2,775 $2,147
Belleview 34420 $3,780 $6,082 $3,098 $3,954 $3,475 $4,923 $2,657 $2,270
Marco Island 34145 $3,783 $6,043 $3,076 $3,908 $3,723 $4,787 $2,793 $2,153
Naples 34102 $3,783 $6,043 $3,076 $3,908 $3,723 $4,787 $2,793 $2,153
Naples 34103 $3,783 $6,043 $3,076 $3,908 $3,723 $4,787 $2,793 $2,153
Naples 34108 $3,783 $6,043 $3,076 $3,908 $3,723 $4,787 $2,793 $2,153
Naples 34112 $3,783 $6,043 $3,076 $3,908 $3,723 $4,787 $2,793 $2,153
Naples 34113 $3,783 $6,043 $3,076 $3,908 $3,723 $4,787 $2,793 $2,153
Fountain 32438 $3,784 $5,997 $3,324 $4,350 $3,380 $4,515 $2,775 $2,147
Youngstown 32466 $3,784 $5,997 $3,324 $4,350 $3,380 $4,515 $2,775 $2,147
Ocala 34480 $3,784 $5,675 $3,457 $3,954 $3,552 $4,923 $2,657 $2,270
Ocala 34481 $3,784 $5,675 $3,457 $3,954 $3,552 $4,923 $2,657 $2,270
Chattahoochee 32324 $3,787 $5,997 $2,951 $4,631 $3,216 $4,639 $2,707 $2,371
Gretna 32332 $3,787 $5,997 $2,951 $4,631 $3,216 $4,639 $2,707 $2,371
Quincy 32352 $3,787 $5,997 $2,951 $4,631 $3,216 $4,639 $2,707 $2,371
Ocala 34476 $3,789 $5,675 $3,457 $3,954 $3,475 $5,034 $2,657 $2,270
Summerfield 34491 $3,791 $6,082 $3,098 $3,954 $3,552 $4,923 $2,657 $2,270
Jay 32565 $3,794 $6,224 $3,076 $4,370 $3,588 $4,327 $2,556 $2,417
Bonita Springs 34134 $3,797 $6,043 $3,076 $3,908 $3,723 $4,885 $2,793 $2,153
Copeland 34137 $3,797 $6,043 $3,076 $3,908 $3,723 $4,885 $2,793 $2,153
Goodland 34140 $3,797 $6,043 $3,076 $3,908 $3,723 $4,885 $2,793 $2,153
Naples 34104 $3,797 $6,043 $3,076 $3,908 $3,723 $4,885 $2,793 $2,153
Naples 34105 $3,797 $6,043 $3,076 $3,908 $3,723 $4,885 $2,793 $2,153
Naples 34109 $3,797 $6,043 $3,076 $3,908 $3,723 $4,885 $2,793 $2,153
Naples 34110 $3,797 $6,043 $3,076 $3,908 $3,723 $4,885 $2,793 $2,153
Naples 34114 $3,797 $6,043 $3,076 $3,908 $3,723 $4,885 $2,793 $2,153
Naples 34116 $3,797 $6,043 $3,076 $3,908 $3,723 $4,885 $2,793 $2,153
Naples 34117 $3,797 $6,043 $3,076 $3,908 $3,723 $4,885 $2,793 $2,153
Naples 34119 $3,797 $6,043 $3,076 $3,908 $3,723 $4,885 $2,793 $2,153
Crawfordville 32327 $3,799 $5,997 $3,195 $4,561 $3,216 $4,550 $2,707 $2,371
Panacea 32346 $3,799 $5,997 $3,195 $4,561 $3,216 $4,550 $2,707 $2,371
Saint Marks 32355 $3,799 $5,997 $3,195 $4,561 $3,216 $4,550 $2,707 $2,371
Sopchoppy 32358 $3,799 $5,997 $3,195 $4,561 $3,216 $4,550 $2,707 $2,371
Ocala 34479 $3,800 $5,675 $3,457 $3,954 $3,552 $5,034 $2,657 $2,270
Fort White 32038 $3,803 $5,673 $3,057 $4,489 $3,363 $4,964 $2,707 $2,371
Fort Mc Coy 32134 $3,809 $5,639 $3,098 $4,344 $3,552 $4,914 $2,657 $2,457
Dunnellon 34431 $3,816 $6,082 $3,098 $3,954 $3,552 $4,914 $2,657 $2,457
Dunnellon 34432 $3,816 $6,082 $3,098 $3,954 $3,552 $4,914 $2,657 $2,457
Altoona 32702 $3,817 $6,173 $3,098 $3,874 $3,552 $5,068 $2,499 $2,457
Weirsdale 32195 $3,818 $6,173 $3,098 $3,874 $3,552 $4,914 $2,657 $2,457
Port Saint Joe 32456 $3,822 $5,997 $3,223 $4,254 $3,412 $4,506 $2,707 $2,653
Wewahitchka 32465 $3,822 $5,997 $3,223 $4,254 $3,412 $4,506 $2,707 $2,653
Lake City 32024 $3,826 $5,673 $3,217 $4,489 $3,363 $4,964 $2,707 $2,371
Candler 32111 $3,828 $6,045 $3,098 $3,954 $3,552 $5,034 $2,657 $2,457
Elkton 32033 $3,837 $6,401 $3,249 $3,825 $3,473 $4,839 $2,648 $2,423
Astor 32102 $3,837 $6,173 $3,296 $3,874 $3,607 $5,068 $2,499 $2,342
Grand Island 32735 $3,837 $6,173 $3,296 $3,874 $3,607 $5,068 $2,499 $2,342
Leesburg 34788 $3,837 $6,173 $3,296 $3,874 $3,607 $5,068 $2,499 $2,342
Naples 34120 $3,840 $6,043 $3,076 $3,908 $3,723 $5,182 $2,793 $2,153
Lake City 32055 $3,840 $5,931 $3,057 $4,489 $3,363 $4,964 $2,707 $2,371
Saint Augustine 32086 $3,840 $6,401 $3,275 $3,825 $3,473 $4,839 $2,648 $2,423
Ocala 34472 $3,842 $6,045 $3,457 $3,954 $3,475 $5,034 $2,657 $2,270
Bristol 32321 $3,842 $5,997 $3,509 $4,449 $3,279 $4,583 $2,707 $2,371
Hosford 32334 $3,842 $5,997 $3,509 $4,449 $3,279 $4,583 $2,707 $2,371
Gulf Breeze 32561 $3,842 $5,988 $3,076 $4,370 $3,588 $4,814 $2,687 $2,371
Gulf Breeze 32563 $3,842 $5,988 $3,076 $4,370 $3,588 $4,814 $2,687 $2,371
Navarre 32566 $3,842 $5,988 $3,076 $4,370 $3,588 $4,814 $2,687 $2,371
Ocala 34470 $3,842 $6,082 $3,457 $3,954 $3,552 $4,923 $2,657 $2,270
Eustis 32726 $3,843 $6,215 $3,296 $3,874 $3,607 $5,068 $2,499 $2,342
Tavares 32778 $3,843 $6,215 $3,296 $3,874 $3,607 $5,068 $2,499 $2,342
Port Charlotte 33952 $3,844 $5,957 $3,170 $4,385 $3,544 $4,974 $2,652 $2,228
Punta Gorda 33950 $3,844 $5,957 $3,170 $4,385 $3,544 $4,974 $2,652 $2,228
Punta Gorda 33980 $3,844 $5,957 $3,170 $4,385 $3,544 $4,974 $2,652 $2,228
Punta Gorda 33983 $3,844 $5,957 $3,170 $4,385 $3,544 $4,974 $2,652 $2,228
Lamont 32336 $3,846 $5,997 $3,329 $4,661 $3,279 $4,576 $2,707 $2,371
Monticello 32344 $3,846 $5,997 $3,329 $4,661 $3,279 $4,576 $2,707 $2,371
Englewood 34224 $3,846 $6,003 $3,170 $4,385 $3,544 $4,942 $2,652 $2,228
Port Charlotte 33981 $3,846 $6,003 $3,170 $4,385 $3,544 $4,942 $2,652 $2,228
Ocala 34473 $3,847 $6,082 $3,457 $3,954 $3,475 $5,034 $2,657 $2,270
Placida 33946 $3,851 $6,003 $3,170 $4,385 $3,544 $4,974 $2,652 $2,228
Rotonda West 33947 $3,851 $6,003 $3,170 $4,385 $3,544 $4,974 $2,652 $2,228
Umatilla 32784 $3,851 $6,173 $3,098 $3,954 $3,552 $5,068 $2,657 $2,457
El Jobean 33927 $3,852 $6,009 $3,170 $4,385 $3,544 $4,974 $2,652 $2,228
Port Charlotte 33948 $3,852 $6,009 $3,170 $4,385 $3,544 $4,974 $2,652 $2,228
Port Charlotte 33953 $3,852 $6,009 $3,170 $4,385 $3,544 $4,974 $2,652 $2,228
Port Charlotte 33954 $3,853 $6,018 $3,170 $4,385 $3,544 $4,974 $2,652 $2,228
Saint Augustine 32080 $3,855 $6,529 $3,249 $3,825 $3,473 $4,839 $2,648 $2,423
Apalachicola 32320 $3,855 $5,997 $3,291 $4,835 $3,279 $4,506 $2,707 $2,371
Saint Johns 32259 $3,857 $6,529 $3,249 $3,825 $3,473 $4,867 $2,648 $2,411
Carrabelle 32322 $3,858 $5,997 $3,291 $4,835 $3,279 $4,526 $2,707 $2,371
Eastpoint 32328 $3,858 $5,997 $3,291 $4,835 $3,279 $4,526 $2,707 $2,371
Lanark Village 32323 $3,858 $5,997 $3,291 $4,835 $3,279 $4,526 $2,707 $2,371
Ocala 34471 $3,858 $6,082 $3,457 $3,954 $3,552 $5,034 $2,657 $2,270
Ocala 34474 $3,858 $6,082 $3,457 $3,954 $3,552 $5,034 $2,657 $2,270
Oxford 34484 $3,858 $5,768 $3,053 $4,667 $3,609 $5,068 $2,499 $2,342
The Villages 32163 $3,858 $5,768 $3,053 $4,667 $3,609 $5,068 $2,499 $2,342
Wildwood 34785 $3,858 $5,768 $3,053 $4,667 $3,609 $5,068 $2,499 $2,342
Saint Augustine 32084 $3,859 $6,529 $3,275 $3,825 $3,473 $4,839 $2,648 $2,423
Saint Augustine 32092 $3,859 $6,529 $3,275 $3,825 $3,473 $4,839 $2,648 $2,423
Saint Augustine 32095 $3,859 $6,529 $3,275 $3,825 $3,473 $4,839 $2,648 $2,423
Dunnellon 34433 $3,861 $6,015 $3,310 $3,960 $3,609 $5,367 $2,499 $2,269
Beverly Hills 34465 $3,863 $6,015 $3,310 $3,960 $3,609 $5,379 $2,499 $2,269
Crystal River 34428 $3,863 $6,015 $3,310 $3,960 $3,609 $5,379 $2,499 $2,269
Venice 34292 $3,865 $6,013 $3,167 $4,610 $3,466 $4,791 $2,652 $2,353
North Port 34286 $3,865 $6,018 $3,167 $4,610 $3,466 $4,791 $2,652 $2,353
Hastings 32145 $3,866 $6,401 $3,249 $3,825 $3,473 $5,041 $2,648 $2,423
Punta Gorda 33955 $3,866 $6,108 $3,170 $4,385 $3,544 $4,974 $2,652 $2,228
Lloyd 32337 $3,868 $5,997 $3,329 $4,661 $3,279 $4,734 $2,707 $2,371
Lake City 32025 $3,868 $5,967 $3,217 $4,489 $3,363 $4,964 $2,707 $2,371
Punta Gorda 33982 $3,870 $6,135 $3,170 $4,385 $3,544 $4,974 $2,652 $2,228
Paisley 32767 $3,870 $6,401 $3,296 $3,874 $3,607 $5,068 $2,499 $2,342
Dunnellon 34434 $3,871 $6,082 $3,310 $3,960 $3,609 $5,367 $2,499 $2,269
Lulu 32061 $3,871 $5,931 $3,057 $4,489 $3,363 $5,183 $2,707 $2,371
Venice 34285 $3,872 $6,062 $3,167 $4,610 $3,466 $4,791 $2,652 $2,353
Venice 34293 $3,872 $6,062 $3,167 $4,610 $3,466 $4,791 $2,652 $2,353
Murdock 33938 $3,872 $6,126 $3,170 $4,385 $3,544 $4,997 $2,652 $2,228
Hernando 34442 $3,873 $6,082 $3,310 $3,960 $3,609 $5,379 $2,499 $2,269
Holder 34445 $3,873 $6,082 $3,310 $3,960 $3,609 $5,379 $2,499 $2,269
Inverness 34453 $3,873 $6,082 $3,310 $3,960 $3,609 $5,379 $2,499 $2,269
Ponte Vedra 32081 $3,873 $6,629 $3,249 $3,825 $3,473 $4,867 $2,648 $2,423
Melrose 32666 $3,874 $5,639 $3,572 $4,344 $3,646 $5,080 $2,707 $2,129
Clarksville 32430 $3,875 $5,997 $3,430 $4,386 $3,412 $4,540 $2,707 $2,653
Eustis 32736 $3,876 $6,443 $3,296 $3,874 $3,607 $5,068 $2,499 $2,342
Sorrento 32776 $3,876 $6,443 $3,296 $3,874 $3,607 $5,068 $2,499 $2,342
Bonita Springs 34135 $3,881 $6,043 $3,152 $4,604 $3,676 $4,885 $2,370 $2,438
Wewahitchka 32449 $3,882 $5,997 $3,430 $4,386 $3,412 $4,594 $2,707 $2,653
Altha 32421 $3,882 $5,997 $3,430 $4,386 $3,412 $4,594 $2,707 $2,653
Ochopee 34141 $3,886 $6,660 $3,076 $3,908 $3,723 $4,885 $2,793 $2,153
Keystone Heights 32656 $3,889 $6,187 $3,014 $3,903 $3,646 $5,080 $2,707 $2,689
Blountstown 32424 $3,890 $5,997 $3,430 $4,386 $3,412 $4,647 $2,707 $2,653
North Port 34287 $3,890 $5,954 $3,167 $4,610 $3,466 $5,029 $2,652 $2,353
Howey In The Hills 34737 $3,893 $6,560 $3,296 $3,874 $3,607 $5,068 $2,499 $2,342
North Port 34288 $3,893 $6,018 $3,167 $4,610 $3,662 $4,791 $2,652 $2,353
Astatula 34705 $3,894 $6,569 $3,296 $3,874 $3,607 $5,068 $2,499 $2,342
Crystal River 34429 $3,896 $6,243 $3,310 $3,960 $3,609 $5,379 $2,499 $2,269
Lake Panasoffkee 33538 $3,898 $6,045 $3,053 $4,667 $3,609 $5,068 $2,499 $2,342
Englewood 34223 $3,900 $6,062 $3,167 $4,610 $3,662 $4,791 $2,652 $2,353
Homosassa 34446 $3,900 $6,273 $3,310 $3,960 $3,609 $5,379 $2,499 $2,269
Homosassa 34448 $3,900 $6,273 $3,310 $3,960 $3,609 $5,379 $2,499 $2,269
Inverness 34450 $3,900 $6,273 $3,310 $3,960 $3,609 $5,379 $2,499 $2,269
Inverness 34452 $3,900 $6,273 $3,310 $3,960 $3,609 $5,379 $2,499 $2,269
Immokalee 34142 $3,902 $6,660 $3,076 $3,908 $3,723 $4,997 $2,793 $2,153
Lecanto 34461 $3,905 $6,310 $3,310 $3,960 $3,609 $5,379 $2,499 $2,269
North Port 34289 $3,908 $6,119 $3,167 $4,610 $3,662 $4,791 $2,652 $2,353
North Port 34291 $3,908 $6,119 $3,167 $4,610 $3,662 $4,791 $2,652 $2,353
Lake Butler 32054 $3,910 $5,931 $2,995 $4,232 $3,646 $5,172 $2,707 $2,689
Nokomis 34275 $3,912 $6,145 $3,170 $4,610 $3,662 $4,791 $2,652 $2,353
Cocoa 32927 $3,914 $6,443 $3,364 $4,407 $3,456 $4,980 $2,503 $2,243
Mims 32754 $3,914 $6,443 $3,364 $4,407 $3,456 $4,980 $2,503 $2,243
Titusville 32780 $3,914 $6,443 $3,364 $4,407 $3,456 $4,980 $2,503 $2,243
Titusville 32796 $3,914 $6,443 $3,364 $4,407 $3,456 $4,980 $2,503 $2,243
Captiva 33924 $3,916 $6,013 $3,152 $4,604 $3,676 $5,159 $2,370 $2,438
Sanibel 33957 $3,916 $6,013 $3,152 $4,604 $3,676 $5,159 $2,370 $2,438
Coleman 33521 $3,916 $6,173 $3,053 $4,667 $3,609 $5,068 $2,499 $2,342
Ponte Vedra Beach 32082 $3,916 $6,529 $3,249 $4,239 $3,473 $4,867 $2,648 $2,411
Floral City 34436 $3,918 $6,401 $3,310 $3,960 $3,609 $5,379 $2,499 $2,269
Fort Myers Beach 33931 $3,919 $6,013 $3,152 $4,604 $3,676 $5,182 $2,370 $2,438
Bunnell 32110 $3,920 $6,173 $3,300 $4,401 $3,473 $5,102 $2,712 $2,278
Flagler Beach 32136 $3,920 $6,173 $3,300 $4,401 $3,473 $5,102 $2,712 $2,278
Palm Coast 32137 $3,920 $6,173 $3,300 $4,401 $3,473 $5,102 $2,712 $2,278
Palm Coast 32164 $3,920 $6,173 $3,300 $4,401 $3,473 $5,102 $2,712 $2,278
Ferndale 34729 $3,920 $6,752 $3,296 $3,874 $3,607 $5,068 $2,499 $2,342
Groveland 34736 $3,920 $6,752 $3,296 $3,874 $3,607 $5,068 $2,499 $2,342
Mascotte 34753 $3,920 $6,752 $3,296 $3,874 $3,607 $5,068 $2,499 $2,342
Clermont 34715 $3,921 $6,761 $3,296 $3,874 $3,607 $5,068 $2,499 $2,342
Clermont 34711 $3,923 $6,752 $3,296 $3,874 $3,607 $5,090 $2,499 $2,342
Montverde 34756 $3,923 $6,752 $3,296 $3,874 $3,607 $5,090 $2,499 $2,342
Merritt Island 32953 $3,923 $6,447 $3,364 $4,407 $3,456 $4,986 $2,559 $2,243
Estero 33928 $3,924 $6,043 $3,152 $4,604 $3,676 $5,182 $2,370 $2,438
Fort Myers 33919 $3,926 $6,043 $3,152 $4,604 $3,676 $5,197 $2,370 $2,438
Pineland 33945 $3,927 $6,101 $3,152 $4,604 $3,676 $5,150 $2,370 $2,438
Florahome 32140 $3,930 $5,703 $3,572 $4,344 $3,646 $5,080 $2,707 $2,457
Tallahassee 32301 $3,930 $5,997 $3,654 $3,992 $3,610 $4,734 $2,961 $2,564
Tallahassee 32303 $3,930 $5,997 $3,654 $3,992 $3,610 $4,734 $2,961 $2,564
Tallahassee 32304 $3,930 $5,997 $3,654 $3,992 $3,610 $4,734 $2,961 $2,564
Tallahassee 32306 $3,930 $5,997 $3,654 $3,992 $3,610 $4,734 $2,961 $2,564
Tallahassee 32307 $3,930 $5,997 $3,654 $3,992 $3,610 $4,734 $2,961 $2,564
Tallahassee 32308 $3,930 $5,997 $3,654 $3,992 $3,610 $4,734 $2,961 $2,564
Tallahassee 32309 $3,930 $5,997 $3,654 $3,992 $3,610 $4,734 $2,961 $2,564
Tallahassee 32310 $3,930 $5,997 $3,654 $3,992 $3,610 $4,734 $2,961 $2,564
Tallahassee 32311 $3,930 $5,997 $3,654 $3,992 $3,610 $4,734 $2,961 $2,564
Tallahassee 32312 $3,930 $5,997 $3,654 $3,992 $3,610 $4,734 $2,961 $2,564
Tallahassee 32313 $3,930 $5,997 $3,654 $3,992 $3,610 $4,734 $2,961 $2,564
Tallahassee 32317 $3,930 $5,997 $3,654 $3,992 $3,610 $4,734 $2,961 $2,564
Cape Canaveral 32920 $3,931 $6,447 $3,364 $4,407 $3,456 $4,986 $2,559 $2,296
Cocoa Beach 32931 $3,931 $6,447 $3,364 $4,407 $3,456 $4,986 $2,559 $2,296
Melbourne Beach 32951 $3,931 $6,447 $3,364 $4,407 $3,456 $4,986 $2,559 $2,296
Merritt Island 32952 $3,931 $6,447 $3,364 $4,407 $3,456 $4,986 $2,559 $2,296
Patrick AFB 32925 $3,931 $6,447 $3,364 $4,407 $3,456 $4,986 $2,559 $2,296
Satellite Beach 32937 $3,931 $6,447 $3,364 $4,407 $3,456 $4,986 $2,559 $2,296
Brooker 32622 $3,933 $6,398 $3,014 $3,903 $3,646 $5,172 $2,707 $2,689
Chokoloskee 34138 $3,943 $7,059 $3,076 $3,908 $3,723 $4,885 $2,793 $2,153
Everglades City 34139 $3,943 $7,059 $3,076 $3,908 $3,723 $4,885 $2,793 $2,153
Edgewater 32132 $3,943 $6,447 $3,234 $4,711 $3,475 $4,749 $2,547 $2,438
New Smyrna Beach 32169 $3,943 $6,447 $3,234 $4,711 $3,475 $4,749 $2,547 $2,438
Daytona Beach 32119 $3,944 $6,401 $3,285 $4,711 $3,475 $4,749 $2,547 $2,438
Indialantic 32903 $3,948 $6,447 $3,488 $4,407 $3,456 $4,986 $2,559 $2,296
Bushnell 33513 $3,949 $6,401 $3,053 $4,667 $3,609 $5,068 $2,499 $2,342
Center Hill 33514 $3,949 $6,401 $3,053 $4,667 $3,609 $5,068 $2,499 $2,342
Boca Grande 33921 $3,955 $6,003 $3,152 $4,604 $3,676 $5,159 $2,652 $2,438
Port Orange 32128 $3,956 $6,401 $3,371 $4,711 $3,475 $4,749 $2,547 $2,438
Port Orange 32129 $3,956 $6,401 $3,371 $4,711 $3,475 $4,749 $2,547 $2,438
Palm Coast 32143 $3,959 $6,447 $3,300 $4,401 $3,473 $5,102 $2,712 $2,278
Seville 32190 $3,959 $6,045 $3,371 $4,711 $3,475 $4,749 $2,928 $2,438
Lake Geneva 32160 $3,960 $5,639 $3,104 $4,328 $3,646 $5,080 $3,233 $2,689
Milton 32571 $3,962 $6,224 $3,076 $4,370 $3,588 $4,825 $3,190 $2,459
New Smyrna Beach 32168 $3,962 $6,447 $3,371 $4,711 $3,475 $4,749 $2,547 $2,438
Port Orange 32127 $3,962 $6,447 $3,371 $4,711 $3,475 $4,749 $2,547 $2,438
Century 32535 $3,965 $6,224 $3,499 $4,993 $3,742 $4,327 $2,556 $2,417
McDavid 32568 $3,965 $6,224 $3,499 $4,993 $3,742 $4,327 $2,556 $2,417
Hampton 32044 $3,966 $6,187 $3,014 $4,345 $3,646 $5,172 $2,707 $2,689
Milton 32570 $3,966 $6,224 $3,076 $4,370 $3,588 $4,896 $3,190 $2,417
Melbourne 32940 $3,969 $6,644 $3,488 $4,407 $3,456 $4,986 $2,559 $2,243
Osprey 34229 $3,970 $6,145 $3,170 $4,610 $3,662 $4,791 $2,652 $2,756
Daytona Beach 32124 $3,971 $6,401 $3,285 $4,711 $3,475 $4,749 $2,736 $2,438
Ormond Beach 32174 $3,971 $6,401 $3,285 $4,711 $3,475 $4,749 $2,736 $2,438
Deland 32720 $3,971 $6,443 $3,728 $3,874 $3,726 $5,090 $2,499 $2,438
Sumterville 33585 $3,972 $6,563 $3,053 $4,667 $3,609 $5,068 $2,499 $2,342
Milton 32583 $3,972 $6,224 $3,076 $4,370 $3,588 $4,896 $3,190 $2,459
Pierson 32180 $3,978 $6,173 $3,371 $4,711 $3,475 $4,749 $2,928 $2,438
Tallahassee 32305 $3,978 $5,997 $3,654 $4,561 $3,610 $4,501 $2,961 $2,564
Crescent City 32112 $3,979 $6,045 $3,572 $4,344 $3,646 $5,080 $2,707 $2,457
Georgetown 32139 $3,979 $6,045 $3,572 $4,344 $3,646 $5,080 $2,707 $2,457
Grandin 32138 $3,979 $6,045 $3,572 $4,344 $3,646 $5,080 $2,707 $2,457
Hollister 32147 $3,979 $6,045 $3,572 $4,344 $3,646 $5,080 $2,707 $2,457
Interlachen 32148 $3,979 $6,045 $3,572 $4,344 $3,646 $5,080 $2,707 $2,457
Lake Como 32157 $3,979 $6,045 $3,572 $4,344 $3,646 $5,080 $2,707 $2,457
Pomona Park 32181 $3,979 $6,045 $3,572 $4,344 $3,646 $5,080 $2,707 $2,457
Putnam Hall 32185 $3,979 $6,045 $3,572 $4,344 $3,646 $5,080 $2,707 $2,457
Satsuma 32189 $3,979 $6,045 $3,572 $4,344 $3,646 $5,080 $2,707 $2,457
Welaka 32193 $3,979 $6,045 $3,572 $4,344 $3,646 $5,080 $2,707 $2,457
Fort Myers 33907 $3,981 $6,043 $3,542 $4,604 $3,676 $5,197 $2,370 $2,438
Fort Myers 33908 $3,981 $6,043 $3,542 $4,604 $3,676 $5,197 $2,370 $2,438
Cocoa 32926 $3,990 $6,636 $3,364 $4,407 $3,456 $4,980 $2,841 $2,243
Rockledge 32955 $3,990 $6,630 $3,364 $4,407 $3,456 $4,986 $2,841 $2,243
Cocoa 32922 $3,990 $6,636 $3,364 $4,407 $3,456 $4,986 $2,841 $2,243
Scottsmoor 32775 $3,991 $6,443 $3,364 $4,407 $3,456 $4,980 $3,040 $2,243
Raiford 32083 $3,993 $6,398 $2,995 $4,345 $3,646 $5,172 $2,707 $2,689
Fort Myers 33965 $3,993 $6,126 $3,542 $4,604 $3,676 $5,197 $2,370 $2,438
Fort Myers 33967 $3,993 $6,126 $3,542 $4,604 $3,676 $5,197 $2,370 $2,438
Lawtey 32058 $3,996 $6,398 $3,014 $4,345 $3,646 $5,172 $2,707 $2,689
Starke 32091 $3,996 $6,398 $3,014 $4,345 $3,646 $5,172 $2,707 $2,689
East Palatka 32131 $3,997 $6,173 $3,572 $4,344 $3,646 $5,080 $2,707 $2,457
San Mateo 32187 $3,997 $6,173 $3,572 $4,344 $3,646 $5,080 $2,707 $2,457
Edgewater 32141 $3,997 $6,447 $3,234 $4,711 $3,475 $4,749 $2,928 $2,438
Melbourne 32904 $3,999 $6,644 $3,364 $4,407 $3,456 $4,986 $2,841 $2,296
Clermont 34714 $4,000 $7,314 $3,296 $3,874 $3,607 $5,068 $2,499 $2,342
Alva 33920 $4,001 $6,202 $3,152 $4,604 $3,676 $5,012 $2,922 $2,438
Arcadia 34269 $4,001 $6,089 $3,404 $4,614 $3,566 $5,013 $2,668 $2,655
Sarasota 34241 $4,005 $6,084 $3,482 $4,610 $3,662 $4,791 $2,652 $2,756
Arcadia 34266 $4,013 $6,119 $3,404 $4,614 $3,566 $5,066 $2,668 $2,655
Barberville 32105 $4,014 $6,173 $3,371 $4,711 $3,726 $4,749 $2,928 $2,438
North Fort Myers 33917 $4,016 $6,130 $3,152 $4,604 $3,676 $5,188 $2,922 $2,438
Melbourne 32934 $4,017 $6,644 $3,488 $4,407 $3,456 $4,986 $2,841 $2,296
Sarasota 34231 $4,028 $6,179 $3,170 $4,610 $3,662 $5,029 $2,791 $2,756
Sarasota 34233 $4,029 $6,186 $3,170 $4,610 $3,662 $5,029 $2,791 $2,756
Daytona Beach 32114 $4,031 $6,401 $3,285 $4,711 $3,475 $4,857 $3,051 $2,438
Daytona Beach 32117 $4,031 $6,401 $3,285 $4,711 $3,475 $4,857 $3,051 $2,438
Ormond Beach 32176 $4,031 $6,401 $3,285 $4,711 $3,475 $4,857 $3,051 $2,438
Daytona Beach 32118 $4,038 $6,447 $3,285 $4,711 $3,475 $4,857 $3,051 $2,438
Sarasota 34242 $4,039 $6,179 $3,482 $4,610 $3,662 $4,791 $2,791 $2,756
Bokeelia 33922 $4,042 $6,101 $3,152 $4,604 $3,676 $5,150 $3,177 $2,438
Saint James City 33956 $4,042 $6,101 $3,152 $4,604 $3,676 $5,150 $3,177 $2,438
Melbourne 32935 $4,045 $6,644 $3,488 $4,407 $3,456 $4,986 $3,040 $2,296
Cape Coral 33904 $4,047 $6,096 $3,152 $4,604 $3,676 $5,188 $3,177 $2,438
Cape Coral 33914 $4,047 $6,096 $3,152 $4,604 $3,676 $5,188 $3,177 $2,438
Cape Coral 33991 $4,048 $6,101 $3,152 $4,604 $3,676 $5,188 $3,177 $2,438
Cape Coral 33993 $4,049 $6,108 $3,152 $4,604 $3,676 $5,188 $3,177 $2,438
Cape Coral 33909 $4,052 $6,130 $3,152 $4,604 $3,676 $5,188 $3,177 $2,438
Cape Coral 33990 $4,052 $6,130 $3,152 $4,604 $3,676 $5,188 $3,177 $2,438
North Fort Myers 33903 $4,052 $6,130 $3,152 $4,604 $3,676 $5,188 $3,177 $2,438
Sarasota 34232 $4,055 $6,186 $3,170 $4,610 $3,662 $5,029 $2,912 $2,814
Sanderson 32087 $4,060 $5,931 $3,305 $4,970 $3,646 $5,172 $2,707 $2,689
Fort Myers 33901 $4,060 $6,043 $3,542 $4,604 $3,676 $5,197 $2,922 $2,438
Fort Myers 33912 $4,060 $6,043 $3,542 $4,604 $3,676 $5,197 $2,922 $2,438
Bryceville 32009 $4,061 $6,398 $3,122 $4,842 $3,623 $5,298 $2,707 $2,437
Hilliard 32046 $4,063 $6,411 $3,122 $4,842 $3,623 $5,298 $2,707 $2,437
Sebastian 32976 $4,064 $6,630 $3,364 $4,407 $3,456 $5,398 $2,559 $2,632
Moore Haven 33471 $4,067 $6,131 $3,433 $4,609 $3,937 $5,037 $2,668 $2,655
Fort Myers 33913 $4,071 $6,126 $3,542 $4,604 $3,676 $5,188 $2,922 $2,438
Fort Myers 33916 $4,071 $6,126 $3,542 $4,604 $3,676 $5,188 $2,922 $2,438
Zolfo Springs 33890 $4,072 $6,170 $3,512 $4,771 $3,566 $5,158 $2,668 $2,655
Fort Myers 33966 $4,072 $6,126 $3,542 $4,604 $3,676 $5,197 $2,922 $2,438
Wauchula 33873 $4,073 $6,179 $3,512 $4,771 $3,566 $5,158 $2,668 $2,655
Sarasota 34236 $4,073 $6,362 $3,482 $4,610 $3,662 $4,791 $2,791 $2,814
Sarasota 34238 $4,074 $6,186 $3,482 $4,610 $3,662 $5,029 $2,791 $2,756
De Leon Springs 32130 $4,074 $6,443 $3,371 $4,711 $3,475 $5,150 $2,928 $2,438
Bostwick 32007 $4,078 $6,740 $3,572 $4,344 $3,646 $5,080 $2,707 $2,457
Palatka 32177 $4,078 $6,740 $3,572 $4,344 $3,646 $5,080 $2,707 $2,457
Venus 33960 $4,080 $6,630 $3,432 $4,512 $3,566 $5,093 $2,668 $2,655
Sarasota 34234 $4,080 $6,362 $3,170 $4,610 $3,662 $5,028 $2,912 $2,814
Sarasota 34239 $4,081 $6,179 $3,482 $4,610 $3,662 $5,029 $2,791 $2,814
Sebring 33870 $4,086 $6,614 $3,432 $4,512 $3,566 $5,155 $2,668 $2,655
Sebring 33872 $4,086 $6,614 $3,432 $4,512 $3,566 $5,155 $2,668 $2,655
Sebring 33875 $4,086 $6,614 $3,432 $4,512 $3,566 $5,155 $2,668 $2,655
Lake Placid 33852 $4,087 $6,614 $3,432 $4,512 $3,566 $5,158 $2,668 $2,655
Lorida 33857 $4,087 $6,614 $3,432 $4,512 $3,566 $5,158 $2,668 $2,655
Sebring 33876 $4,087 $6,614 $3,432 $4,512 $3,566 $5,158 $2,668 $2,655
Sarasota 34235 $4,090 $6,186 $3,170 $4,610 $3,662 $5,242 $2,944 $2,814
Glen Saint Mary 32040 $4,090 $6,142 $3,305 $4,970 $3,646 $5,172 $2,707 $2,689
Bowling Green 33834 $4,095 $6,336 $3,512 $4,771 $3,566 $5,158 $2,668 $2,655
Osteen 32764 $4,099 $6,443 $3,371 $4,711 $3,726 $4,765 $2,928 $2,751
Vero Beach 32966 $4,100 $6,066 $3,424 $4,723 $3,721 $5,272 $2,932 $2,564
Vero Beach 32967 $4,100 $6,066 $3,424 $4,723 $3,721 $5,272 $2,932 $2,564
Oak Hill 32759 $4,100 $6,447 $3,371 $4,711 $3,726 $4,771 $2,928 $2,751
Glenwood 32722 $4,101 $6,443 $3,371 $4,711 $3,726 $5,090 $2,928 $2,438
Ona 33865 $4,104 $6,395 $3,512 $4,771 $3,566 $5,158 $2,668 $2,655
Melbourne 32901 $4,104 $6,644 $3,488 $4,407 $3,456 $5,398 $3,040 $2,296
Sebastian 32958 $4,105 $6,066 $3,460 $4,723 $3,721 $5,272 $2,932 $2,564
Vero Beach 32960 $4,105 $6,066 $3,460 $4,723 $3,721 $5,272 $2,932 $2,564
Wabasso 32970 $4,105 $6,066 $3,460 $4,723 $3,721 $5,272 $2,932 $2,564
Fernandina Beach 32034 $4,109 $6,817 $3,122 $4,842 $3,623 $5,211 $2,707 $2,437
Lehigh Acres 33936 $4,112 $6,126 $3,152 $4,604 $3,676 $5,173 $3,618 $2,438
Lehigh Acres 33972 $4,112 $6,126 $3,152 $4,604 $3,676 $5,173 $3,618 $2,438
Lehigh Acres 33973 $4,112 $6,126 $3,152 $4,604 $3,676 $5,173 $3,618 $2,438
Lehigh Acres 33974 $4,112 $6,126 $3,152 $4,604 $3,676 $5,173 $3,618 $2,438
Lehigh Acres 33976 $4,112 $6,126 $3,152 $4,604 $3,676 $5,173 $3,618 $2,438
Lake Helen 32744 $4,113 $6,443 $3,371 $4,711 $3,726 $5,171 $2,928 $2,438
Yulee 32097 $4,114 $6,817 $3,122 $4,842 $3,623 $5,248 $2,707 $2,437
Pensacola 32501 $4,114 $6,224 $3,499 $4,812 $3,792 $4,823 $3,190 $2,459
Fort Myers 33905 $4,115 $6,126 $3,152 $4,604 $3,676 $5,188 $3,618 $2,438
Vero Beach 32968 $4,115 $6,174 $3,424 $4,723 $3,721 $5,272 $2,932 $2,564
Vero Beach 32962 $4,121 $6,174 $3,460 $4,723 $3,721 $5,272 $2,932 $2,564
Callahan 32011 $4,121 $6,817 $3,122 $4,842 $3,623 $5,298 $2,707 $2,437
Sarasota 34237 $4,124 $6,362 $3,482 $4,610 $3,662 $5,028 $2,912 $2,814
Green Cove Springs 32043 $4,126 $6,804 $3,104 $4,328 $3,646 $5,080 $3,233 $2,689
Macclenny 32063 $4,127 $6,398 $3,305 $4,970 $3,646 $5,172 $2,707 $2,689
Debary 32713 $4,127 $6,447 $3,371 $4,711 $3,726 $4,957 $2,928 $2,751
Pensacola 32502 $4,132 $6,224 $3,622 $4,812 $3,792 $4,823 $3,190 $2,459
Pensacola 32503 $4,132 $6,224 $3,622 $4,812 $3,792 $4,823 $3,190 $2,459
Pensacola 32504 $4,132 $6,224 $3,622 $4,812 $3,792 $4,823 $3,190 $2,459
Pensacola 32505 $4,132 $6,224 $3,622 $4,812 $3,792 $4,823 $3,190 $2,459
Pensacola 32506 $4,132 $6,224 $3,622 $4,812 $3,792 $4,823 $3,190 $2,459
Pensacola 32507 $4,132 $6,224 $3,622 $4,812 $3,792 $4,823 $3,190 $2,459
Pensacola 32508 $4,132 $6,224 $3,622 $4,812 $3,792 $4,823 $3,190 $2,459
Pensacola 32526 $4,132 $6,224 $3,622 $4,812 $3,792 $4,823 $3,190 $2,459
Palm Bay 32908 $4,132 $6,630 $3,364 $4,407 $3,456 $5,398 $3,040 $2,632
Grant 32949 $4,135 $6,644 $3,364 $4,407 $3,456 $5,398 $3,040 $2,632
Malabar 32950 $4,135 $6,644 $3,364 $4,407 $3,456 $5,398 $3,040 $2,632
Palm Bay 32905 $4,135 $6,644 $3,364 $4,407 $3,456 $5,398 $3,040 $2,632
Palm Bay 32907 $4,135 $6,644 $3,364 $4,407 $3,456 $5,398 $3,040 $2,632
Palm Bay 32909 $4,135 $6,644 $3,364 $4,407 $3,456 $5,398 $3,040 $2,632
Molino 32577 $4,137 $6,224 $3,499 $4,993 $3,742 $4,896 $3,190 $2,417
Cassadaga 32706 $4,157 $6,443 $3,371 $4,711 $3,726 $5,171 $2,928 $2,751
Orange City 32763 $4,158 $6,447 $3,371 $4,711 $3,726 $5,171 $2,928 $2,751
Lake Monroe 32747 $4,162 $6,636 $3,518 $4,512 $3,726 $4,952 $3,090 $2,698
Sanford 32771 $4,162 $6,636 $3,518 $4,512 $3,726 $4,952 $3,090 $2,698
Deland 32723 $4,164 $6,447 $3,728 $4,711 $3,726 $5,171 $2,928 $2,438
Deland 32724 $4,164 $6,447 $3,728 $4,711 $3,726 $5,171 $2,928 $2,438
Mid Florida 32799 $4,164 $6,711 $3,518 $4,512 $3,726 $5,010 $3,090 $2,583
Pensacola 32534 $4,166 $6,224 $3,499 $4,812 $3,742 $4,825 $3,190 $2,873
Lehigh Acres 33971 $4,168 $6,126 $3,542 $4,604 $3,676 $5,173 $3,618 $2,438
Sanford 32773 $4,168 $6,761 $3,439 $4,512 $3,726 $4,952 $3,090 $2,698
Mid Florida 32745 $4,173 $6,711 $3,518 $4,512 $3,726 $4,952 $3,090 $2,698
Oviedo 32765 $4,173 $6,715 $3,518 $4,512 $3,726 $4,952 $3,090 $2,698
Longboat Key 34228 $4,173 $6,362 $3,572 $4,610 $4,253 $4,811 $2,791 $2,814
Sarasota 34240 $4,175 $6,077 $3,482 $4,610 $3,662 $5,634 $2,944 $2,814
Fellsmere 32948 $4,177 $6,570 $3,460 $4,723 $3,721 $5,272 $2,932 $2,564
Geneva 32732 $4,180 $6,761 $3,518 $4,512 $3,726 $4,952 $3,090 $2,698
Lake Mary 32746 $4,180 $6,761 $3,518 $4,512 $3,726 $4,952 $3,090 $2,698
Oviedo 32766 $4,180 $6,761 $3,518 $4,512 $3,726 $4,952 $3,090 $2,698
Pensacola 32514 $4,184 $6,224 $3,622 $4,812 $3,742 $4,825 $3,190 $2,873
Sarasota 34243 $4,191 $6,616 $3,482 $4,610 $3,662 $5,242 $2,912 $2,814
Fleming Island 32003 $4,196 $6,804 $3,104 $4,328 $3,646 $5,566 $3,233 $2,689
Middleburg 32068 $4,196 $6,804 $3,104 $4,328 $3,646 $5,566 $3,233 $2,689
Orange Park 32065 $4,196 $6,804 $3,104 $4,328 $3,646 $5,566 $3,233 $2,689
Cantonment 32533 $4,203 $6,224 $3,499 $4,993 $3,742 $4,896 $3,190 $2,873
Doctors Inlet 32030 $4,207 $6,804 $3,104 $4,328 $3,646 $5,648 $3,233 $2,689
Longwood 32750 $4,212 $6,761 $3,518 $4,512 $3,934 $5,085 $3,090 $2,583
Longwood 32779 $4,215 $6,761 $3,518 $4,512 $3,934 $5,109 $3,090 $2,583
Winter Springs 32708 $4,217 $6,715 $3,599 $4,512 $3,934 $5,085 $3,090 $2,583
Felda 33930 $4,224 $6,126 $3,942 $5,242 $3,937 $4,997 $2,668 $2,655
Labelle 33935 $4,224 $6,126 $3,942 $5,242 $3,937 $4,997 $2,668 $2,655
Palmdale 33944 $4,227 $6,131 $3,433 $5,730 $3,937 $5,037 $2,668 $2,655
Deltona 32725 $4,236 $6,636 $3,728 $4,711 $3,726 $5,171 $2,928 $2,751
Deltona 32738 $4,236 $6,636 $3,728 $4,711 $3,726 $5,171 $2,928 $2,751
Altamonte Springs 32701 $4,248 $6,936 $3,599 $4,512 $3,934 $5,085 $3,090 $2,583
Avon Park 33825 $4,249 $6,614 $3,451 $4,908 $4,088 $5,158 $2,668 $2,852
Orange Park 32073 $4,249 $6,804 $3,104 $4,328 $4,207 $5,192 $3,233 $2,872
Tallevast 34270 $4,250 $6,089 $3,572 $5,123 $4,253 $5,242 $2,652 $2,818
Altamonte Springs 32714 $4,282 $7,173 $3,599 $4,512 $3,934 $5,085 $3,090 $2,583
Casselberry 32707 $4,282 $7,173 $3,599 $4,512 $3,934 $5,085 $3,090 $2,583
Webster 33597 $4,294 $6,752 $3,053 $6,733 $3,609 $5,068 $2,499 $2,342
Vero Beach 32963 $4,296 $7,399 $3,460 $4,723 $3,721 $5,272 $2,932 $2,564
Neptune Beach 32266 $4,296 $6,981 $3,482 $4,898 $4,021 $5,090 $3,187 $2,411
Atlantic Beach 32233 $4,298 $6,981 $3,498 $4,898 $4,021 $5,090 $3,187 $2,411
Jacksonville 32223 $4,298 $6,981 $3,498 $4,898 $4,021 $5,090 $3,187 $2,411
Jacksonville 32224 $4,298 $6,981 $3,498 $4,898 $4,021 $5,090 $3,187 $2,411
Jacksonville 32227 $4,298 $6,981 $3,498 $4,898 $4,021 $5,090 $3,187 $2,411
Jacksonville 32256 $4,298 $6,981 $3,498 $4,898 $4,021 $5,090 $3,187 $2,411
Jacksonville 32258 $4,298 $6,981 $3,498 $4,898 $4,021 $5,090 $3,187 $2,411
Jacksonville Beach 32250 $4,298 $6,981 $3,498 $4,898 $4,021 $5,090 $3,187 $2,411
Kathleen 33849 $4,302 $6,568 $3,451 $4,908 $3,959 $5,358 $2,974 $2,897
Lakeland 33801 $4,305 $6,591 $3,451 $4,908 $3,959 $5,358 $2,974 $2,897
Clewiston 33440 $4,306 $6,660 $3,942 $5,242 $3,937 $5,037 $2,668 $2,655
Mulberry 33860 $4,316 $6,591 $3,451 $4,908 $4,088 $5,420 $2,904 $2,852
Fort Pierce 34945 $4,317 $6,066 $3,509 $5,231 $4,050 $5,528 $3,132 $2,700
Fort Ogden 34267 $4,320 $6,119 $3,404 $6,763 $3,566 $5,066 $2,668 $2,655
Frostproof 33843 $4,322 $6,614 $3,451 $4,908 $4,088 $5,439 $2,904 $2,852
Fort Meade 33841 $4,324 $6,623 $3,451 $4,908 $4,088 $5,439 $2,904 $2,852
Fort Pierce 34946 $4,332 $6,174 $3,509 $5,231 $4,050 $5,528 $3,132 $2,700
Fort Pierce 34951 $4,332 $6,174 $3,509 $5,231 $4,050 $5,528 $3,132 $2,700
Jacksonville 32225 $4,333 $6,981 $3,498 $4,898 $4,021 $5,090 $3,436 $2,411
Jacksonville 32246 $4,333 $6,981 $3,498 $4,898 $4,021 $5,090 $3,436 $2,411
Jacksonville 32234 $4,336 $6,398 $3,498 $4,898 $4,207 $5,248 $3,233 $2,872
Oneco 34264 $4,339 $6,434 $3,572 $5,123 $4,253 $5,261 $2,912 $2,818
Bradenton 34203 $4,341 $6,434 $3,585 $5,123 $4,253 $5,261 $2,912 $2,818
Lakeland 33809 $4,342 $6,408 $3,893 $4,908 $3,959 $5,358 $2,974 $2,897
Lakeland 33815 $4,345 $6,591 $3,893 $4,908 $3,959 $5,193 $2,974 $2,897
Lakeland 33805 $4,346 $6,591 $3,893 $4,908 $3,959 $5,197 $2,974 $2,897
Lakeland 33810 $4,346 $6,591 $3,893 $4,908 $3,959 $5,197 $2,974 $2,897
Bradenton 34211 $4,347 $6,084 $3,585 $5,123 $4,253 $5,654 $2,912 $2,818
Bradenton 34202 $4,352 $6,084 $3,585 $5,123 $4,253 $5,654 $2,944 $2,818
Myakka City 34251 $4,353 $6,395 $3,572 $5,123 $4,253 $5,654 $2,652 $2,818
Auburndale 33823 $4,353 $6,912 $3,451 $4,908 $3,959 $5,373 $2,974 $2,897
Winter Haven 33884 $4,353 $6,912 $3,451 $4,908 $3,959 $5,373 $2,974 $2,897
Bradenton 34212 $4,358 $6,130 $3,585 $5,123 $4,253 $5,654 $2,944 $2,818
Lakeland 33803 $4,359 $6,591 $3,893 $4,908 $3,959 $5,358 $2,904 $2,897
Lakeland 33811 $4,359 $6,591 $3,893 $4,908 $3,959 $5,358 $2,904 $2,897
Lakeland 33813 $4,359 $6,591 $3,893 $4,908 $3,959 $5,358 $2,904 $2,897
Eaton Park 33840 $4,360 $6,591 $3,451 $4,908 $4,088 $5,358 $3,227 $2,897
Bradenton Beach 34217 $4,362 $6,362 $3,572 $5,123 $4,253 $5,744 $2,652 $2,825
Casselberry 32730 $4,362 $7,814 $3,518 $4,512 $3,934 $5,085 $3,090 $2,583
Bradley 33835 $4,362 $6,591 $3,451 $4,908 $4,088 $5,420 $3,227 $2,852
Nichols 33863 $4,362 $6,591 $3,451 $4,908 $4,088 $5,420 $3,227 $2,852
Bradenton 34201 $4,365 $6,179 $3,585 $5,123 $4,253 $5,654 $2,944 $2,818
Davenport 33897 $4,369 $6,903 $3,451 $4,908 $4,088 $5,405 $2,974 $2,852
Polk City 33868 $4,370 $6,912 $3,451 $4,908 $4,088 $5,405 $2,974 $2,852
Lake Wales 33898 $4,371 $6,903 $3,451 $4,908 $4,088 $5,420 $2,974 $2,852
Bartow 33830 $4,372 $6,912 $3,451 $4,908 $4,088 $5,420 $2,974 $2,852
Lake Wales 33853 $4,372 $6,912 $3,451 $4,908 $4,088 $5,420 $2,974 $2,852
Lake Wales 33859 $4,372 $6,912 $3,451 $4,908 $4,088 $5,420 $2,974 $2,852
Babson Park 33827 $4,374 $6,903 $3,451 $4,908 $4,088 $5,439 $2,974 $2,852
Parrish 34219 $4,379 $6,578 $3,572 $5,123 $4,253 $5,654 $2,652 $2,818
Sumatra 32335 $4,385 $5,997 $3,509 $8,247 $3,279 $4,583 $2,707 $2,371
Telogia 32360 $4,385 $5,997 $3,509 $8,247 $3,279 $4,583 $2,707 $2,371
Eagle Lake 33839 $4,389 $6,912 $3,451 $4,908 $3,959 $5,373 $3,227 $2,897
Winter Haven 33880 $4,389 $6,912 $3,451 $4,908 $3,959 $5,373 $3,227 $2,897
Maitland 32751 $4,398 $7,814 $3,599 $4,512 $3,726 $5,460 $3,090 $2,583
Jacksonville 32216 $4,404 $7,478 $3,498 $4,898 $4,021 $5,090 $3,436 $2,411
River Ranch 33867 $4,407 $6,903 $3,451 $4,908 $4,088 $5,420 $3,227 $2,852
Homeland 33847 $4,408 $6,912 $3,451 $4,908 $4,088 $5,420 $3,227 $2,852
Indian Lake Estates 33855 $4,408 $6,912 $3,451 $4,908 $4,088 $5,420 $3,227 $2,852
Lakeshore 33854 $4,408 $6,912 $3,451 $4,908 $4,088 $5,420 $3,227 $2,852
Nalcrest 33856 $4,408 $6,912 $3,451 $4,908 $4,088 $5,420 $3,227 $2,852
Lakeland 33812 $4,414 $6,912 $3,893 $4,908 $3,959 $5,358 $2,974 $2,897
Ellenton 34222 $4,418 $6,560 $3,572 $5,123 $4,253 $5,651 $2,944 $2,825
Dundee 33838 $4,421 $7,254 $3,451 $4,908 $4,088 $5,420 $2,974 $2,852
Jacksonville 32226 $4,424 $6,817 $3,498 $4,898 $4,207 $5,139 $3,539 $2,872
Bradenton 34209 $4,427 $6,362 $3,585 $5,123 $4,253 $5,744 $3,095 $2,825
Jacksonville 32217 $4,429 $6,981 $3,498 $4,898 $4,021 $5,139 $3,436 $3,029
Jacksonville 32257 $4,429 $6,981 $3,498 $4,898 $4,021 $5,139 $3,436 $3,029
Okeechobee 34974 $4,430 $6,192 $3,573 $5,730 $3,566 $5,971 $2,958 $3,021
Port Saint Lucie 34986 $4,434 $6,414 $4,166 $5,231 $4,050 $5,346 $3,132 $2,700
Port Saint Lucie 34987 $4,434 $6,414 $4,166 $5,231 $4,050 $5,346 $3,132 $2,700
Winter Haven 33881 $4,440 $7,263 $3,451 $4,908 $3,959 $5,373 $3,227 $2,897
Haines City 33844 $4,458 $7,263 $3,451 $4,908 $4,088 $5,420 $3,227 $2,852
Lake Alfred 33850 $4,465 $7,263 $3,451 $4,908 $4,088 $5,420 $3,227 $2,897
Lake Hamilton 33851 $4,465 $7,263 $3,451 $4,908 $4,088 $5,420 $3,227 $2,897
Mount Dora 32757 $4,479 $6,752 $3,849 $5,644 $4,114 $5,068 $3,199 $2,727
Jensen Beach 34957 $4,486 $7,399 $3,809 $4,920 $4,050 $5,818 $2,932 $2,477
Stuart 34996 $4,486 $7,399 $3,809 $4,920 $4,050 $5,818 $2,932 $2,477
Winter Park 32792 $4,489 $7,390 $3,681 $4,512 $4,448 $5,460 $3,199 $2,730
Jacksonville 32212 $4,489 $6,804 $3,498 $4,898 $4,207 $5,605 $3,539 $2,872
Davenport 33837 $4,490 $7,263 $3,451 $4,908 $4,088 $5,638 $3,227 $2,852
Davenport 33896 $4,490 $7,263 $3,451 $4,908 $4,088 $5,638 $3,227 $2,852
Zellwood 32798 $4,490 $6,711 $3,681 $5,644 $4,114 $5,355 $3,199 $2,727
Jacksonville 32222 $4,494 $6,804 $3,498 $4,898 $4,207 $5,638 $3,539 $2,872
Jacksonville 32099 $4,494 $6,804 $3,498 $4,898 $4,207 $5,642 $3,539 $2,872
Jacksonville 32220 $4,494 $6,804 $3,498 $4,898 $4,207 $5,642 $3,539 $2,872
Jacksonville 32221 $4,494 $6,804 $3,498 $4,898 $4,207 $5,642 $3,539 $2,872
Plymouth 32768 $4,497 $6,761 $3,681 $5,644 $4,114 $5,355 $3,199 $2,727
Cortez 34215 $4,498 $6,362 $3,572 $5,123 $4,253 $5,744 $3,607 $2,825
Bradenton 34210 $4,500 $6,362 $3,585 $5,123 $4,253 $5,744 $3,607 $2,825
Okeechobee 34972 $4,501 $6,687 $3,573 $5,730 $3,566 $5,971 $2,958 $3,021
Hobe Sound 33455 $4,504 $7,525 $3,809 $4,920 $4,050 $5,818 $2,932 $2,477
Indiantown 34956 $4,504 $7,525 $3,809 $4,920 $4,050 $5,818 $2,932 $2,477
Palm City 34990 $4,504 $7,525 $3,809 $4,920 $4,050 $5,818 $2,932 $2,477
Stuart 34994 $4,504 $7,525 $3,809 $4,920 $4,050 $5,818 $2,932 $2,477
Stuart 34997 $4,504 $7,525 $3,809 $4,920 $4,050 $5,818 $2,932 $2,477
Fort Pierce 34947 $4,507 $7,399 $3,509 $5,231 $4,050 $5,528 $3,132 $2,700
Fort Pierce 34950 $4,507 $7,399 $3,509 $5,231 $4,050 $5,528 $3,132 $2,700
Fort Pierce 34981 $4,507 $7,399 $3,509 $5,231 $4,050 $5,528 $3,132 $2,700
Fort Pierce 34982 $4,507 $7,399 $3,509 $5,231 $4,050 $5,528 $3,132 $2,700
Jacksonville 32277 $4,509 $7,478 $3,498 $4,898 $4,085 $5,139 $3,436 $3,029
Apopka 32703 $4,514 $6,711 $3,849 $5,644 $4,114 $5,355 $3,199 $2,727
Apopka 32712 $4,521 $6,761 $3,849 $5,644 $4,114 $5,355 $3,199 $2,727
Key Largo 33037 $4,523 $7,184 $3,872 $5,111 $4,200 $5,111 $3,663 $2,521
Graham 32042 $4,523 $6,187 $3,014 $8,247 $3,646 $5,172 $2,707 $2,689
Gotha 34734 $4,524 $6,946 $3,681 $5,644 $4,114 $5,355 $3,199 $2,727
Ocoee 34761 $4,526 $6,952 $3,690 $5,644 $4,114 $5,355 $3,199 $2,727
Big Pine Key 33043 $4,527 $7,184 $3,872 $5,111 $4,200 $5,137 $3,663 $2,521
Key Colony Beach 33051 $4,527 $7,184 $3,872 $5,111 $4,200 $5,137 $3,663 $2,521
Key West 33040 $4,527 $7,184 $3,872 $5,111 $4,200 $5,137 $3,663 $2,521
Long Key 33001 $4,527 $7,184 $3,872 $5,111 $4,200 $5,137 $3,663 $2,521
Marathon 33050 $4,527 $7,184 $3,872 $5,111 $4,200 $5,137 $3,663 $2,521
Marathon Shores 33052 $4,527 $7,184 $3,872 $5,111 $4,200 $5,137 $3,663 $2,521
Summerland Key 33042 $4,527 $7,184 $3,872 $5,111 $4,200 $5,137 $3,663 $2,521
Olustee 32072 $4,528 $5,931 $3,305 $8,247 $3,646 $5,172 $2,707 $2,689
Saint Cloud 34773 $4,528 $6,746 $3,803 $5,481 $4,246 $5,745 $3,432 $2,243
Islamorada 33036 $4,530 $7,184 $3,872 $5,111 $4,200 $5,158 $3,663 $2,521
Tavernier 33070 $4,530 $7,184 $3,872 $5,111 $4,200 $5,158 $3,663 $2,521
Jacksonville 32218 $4,539 $6,817 $3,498 $4,898 $4,207 $5,943 $3,539 $2,872
Jacksonville 32219 $4,539 $6,817 $3,498 $4,898 $4,207 $5,943 $3,539 $2,872
Jacksonville 32202 $4,540 $6,792 $3,498 $4,898 $4,085 $5,939 $3,539 $3,029
Jacksonville 32254 $4,547 $6,817 $3,498 $4,898 $4,207 $5,943 $3,595 $2,872
Jacksonville 32244 $4,548 $7,181 $3,498 $4,898 $4,207 $5,638 $3,539 $2,872
Killarney 34740 $4,548 $7,113 $3,681 $5,644 $4,114 $5,355 $3,199 $2,727
Winter Garden 34787 $4,548 $7,113 $3,681 $5,644 $4,114 $5,355 $3,199 $2,727
Fort Pierce 34949 $4,549 $7,399 $3,509 $5,231 $4,050 $5,818 $3,132 $2,700
Jacksonville 32206 $4,549 $6,851 $3,498 $4,898 $4,085 $5,939 $3,539 $3,029
Jacksonville 32209 $4,549 $6,851 $3,498 $4,898 $4,085 $5,939 $3,539 $3,029
Jacksonville 32204 $4,552 $6,817 $3,498 $4,898 $4,085 $5,939 $3,595 $3,029
Christmas 32709 $4,552 $6,746 $3,681 $5,644 $4,114 $5,754 $3,199 $2,727
Windermere 34786 $4,555 $7,162 $3,681 $5,644 $4,114 $5,355 $3,199 $2,727
Port Saint Lucie 34952 $4,575 $7,399 $4,166 $5,231 $4,050 $5,346 $3,132 $2,700
Port Saint Lucie 34983 $4,575 $7,399 $4,166 $5,231 $4,050 $5,346 $3,132 $2,700
Kissimmee 34759 $4,591 $7,295 $3,803 $4,908 $4,246 $5,638 $3,227 $3,021
Port Saint Lucie 34953 $4,593 $7,525 $4,166 $5,231 $4,050 $5,346 $3,132 $2,700
Port Saint Lucie 34984 $4,593 $7,525 $4,166 $5,231 $4,050 $5,346 $3,132 $2,700
Orlando 32836 $4,625 $7,194 $3,681 $5,644 $4,352 $5,389 $3,199 $2,915
Terra Ceia 34250 $4,631 $8,347 $3,572 $5,123 $4,253 $5,651 $2,652 $2,818
Palmetto 34221 $4,632 $8,347 $3,572 $5,123 $4,253 $5,651 $2,652 $2,825
Orlando 32820 $4,633 $7,323 $3,681 $5,644 $4,114 $5,745 $3,199 $2,727
Orlando 32832 $4,633 $7,314 $3,681 $5,644 $4,114 $5,754 $3,199 $2,727
Jacksonville 32208 $4,637 $7,471 $3,498 $4,898 $4,085 $5,939 $3,539 $3,029
Kenansville 34739 $4,641 $6,746 $3,803 $5,481 $4,246 $5,760 $3,432 $3,021
Anna Maria 34216 $4,645 $8,347 $3,572 $5,123 $4,253 $5,744 $2,652 $2,825
Jacksonville 32211 $4,646 $7,671 $3,498 $4,898 $4,085 $5,907 $3,436 $3,029
Orlando 32814 $4,651 $7,544 $3,681 $5,644 $4,114 $5,460 $3,199 $2,915
Jacksonville 32210 $4,655 $7,775 $3,498 $4,898 $4,207 $5,638 $3,539 $3,029
Orlando 32819 $4,657 $7,415 $3,681 $5,644 $4,352 $5,389 $3,199 $2,915
Jacksonville 32207 $4,660 $7,671 $3,498 $4,898 $4,021 $5,907 $3,595 $3,029
Orlando 32834 $4,661 $7,544 $3,681 $5,644 $4,114 $5,715 $3,199 $2,727
Orlando 32831 $4,666 $7,544 $3,681 $5,644 $4,114 $5,754 $3,199 $2,727
Orlando 32833 $4,666 $7,544 $3,681 $5,644 $4,114 $5,754 $3,199 $2,727
Orlando 32803 $4,672 $7,544 $3,681 $5,644 $4,448 $5,460 $3,199 $2,730
Kissimmee 34747 $4,673 $7,329 $3,838 $5,481 $4,246 $5,366 $3,432 $3,021
Winter Park 32789 $4,673 $7,550 $3,681 $5,644 $4,448 $5,460 $3,199 $2,730
Saint Cloud 34772 $4,679 $7,106 $3,803 $5,481 $4,246 $5,662 $3,432 $3,021
Orlando 32801 $4,685 $7,600 $3,681 $5,644 $4,448 $5,495 $3,199 $2,730
Orlando 32828 $4,688 $7,544 $3,681 $5,644 $4,114 $5,715 $3,199 $2,915
Jacksonville 32205 $4,689 $7,775 $3,498 $4,898 $4,085 $5,939 $3,595 $3,029
Orlando 32821 $4,691 $8,113 $3,681 $5,644 $4,114 $5,355 $3,199 $2,727
Brooksville 34601 $4,692 $6,594 $3,484 $5,814 $4,460 $5,883 $3,600 $3,011
Nobleton 34661 $4,692 $6,594 $3,484 $5,814 $4,460 $5,883 $3,600 $3,011
Orlando 32816 $4,693 $7,550 $3,681 $5,644 $4,114 $5,745 $3,199 $2,915
Saint Cloud 34771 $4,694 $7,106 $3,803 $5,481 $4,246 $5,771 $3,432 $3,021
Brooksville 34602 $4,715 $6,756 $3,484 $5,814 $4,460 $5,883 $3,600 $3,011
Orlando 32829 $4,726 $7,544 $3,681 $5,644 $4,352 $5,748 $3,199 $2,915
Orlando 32817 $4,727 $7,550 $3,681 $5,644 $4,352 $5,745 $3,199 $2,915
Orlando 32826 $4,727 $7,550 $3,681 $5,644 $4,352 $5,745 $3,199 $2,915
Orlando 32827 $4,732 $8,113 $3,681 $5,644 $4,114 $5,644 $3,199 $2,727
Orlando 32837 $4,767 $8,359 $3,681 $5,644 $4,114 $5,644 $3,199 $2,727
Orlando 32806 $4,778 $8,161 $3,681 $5,644 $4,352 $5,493 $3,199 $2,915
Bradenton 34207 $4,783 $8,347 $3,585 $5,123 $4,253 $5,744 $3,607 $2,818
Bradenton 34205 $4,784 $8,347 $3,585 $5,123 $4,253 $5,744 $3,607 $2,825
Bradenton 34208 $4,784 $8,347 $3,585 $5,123 $4,253 $5,744 $3,607 $2,825
Saint Cloud 34769 $4,792 $7,897 $3,803 $5,481 $4,246 $5,662 $3,432 $3,021
Orlando 32812 $4,802 $8,335 $3,681 $5,644 $4,352 $5,488 $3,199 $2,915
Orlando 32807 $4,803 $7,576 $3,681 $5,644 $4,352 $5,745 $3,709 $2,915
Intercession City 33848 $4,822 $8,113 $3,803 $5,481 $4,246 $5,655 $3,432 $3,021
Kissimmee 34746 $4,827 $8,113 $3,838 $5,481 $4,246 $5,655 $3,432 $3,021
Kissimmee 34758 $4,827 $8,113 $3,838 $5,481 $4,246 $5,655 $3,432 $3,021
Kissimmee 34744 $4,828 $8,113 $3,838 $5,481 $4,246 $5,662 $3,432 $3,021
Kissimmee 34741 $4,830 $8,138 $3,838 $5,481 $4,246 $5,655 $3,432 $3,021
Orlando 32825 $4,834 $8,335 $3,681 $5,644 $4,352 $5,715 $3,199 $2,915
Brooksville 34613 $4,863 $7,786 $3,484 $5,814 $4,460 $5,883 $3,600 $3,011
Brooksville 34614 $4,863 $7,786 $3,484 $5,814 $4,460 $5,883 $3,600 $3,011
Istachatta 34636 $4,863 $7,786 $3,484 $5,814 $4,460 $5,883 $3,600 $3,011
Jupiter 33458 $4,864 $7,780 $3,809 $6,938 $4,050 $5,864 $3,127 $2,477
Orlando 32804 $4,872 $8,909 $3,681 $5,644 $4,448 $5,495 $3,199 $2,730
Orlando 32835 $4,873 $8,934 $3,681 $5,644 $4,352 $5,389 $3,199 $2,915
Spring Hill 34606 $4,875 $7,875 $3,484 $5,814 $4,460 $5,883 $3,600 $3,011
Brooksville 34604 $4,886 $7,948 $3,484 $5,814 $4,460 $5,883 $3,600 $3,011
Spring Hill 34608 $4,898 $8,037 $3,484 $5,814 $4,460 $5,883 $3,600 $3,011
Spring Hill 34609 $4,898 $8,037 $3,484 $5,814 $4,460 $5,883 $3,600 $3,011
Orlando 32822 $4,903 $8,335 $3,681 $5,644 $4,352 $5,683 $3,709 $2,915
Spring Hill 34607 $4,909 $8,111 $3,484 $5,814 $4,460 $5,883 $3,600 $3,011
Orlando 32810 $4,925 $7,846 $3,681 $5,644 $4,352 $5,937 $4,282 $2,730
Kissimmee 34743 $4,983 $8,359 $3,838 $5,481 $4,246 $5,655 $4,282 $3,021
Orlando 32824 $5,014 $9,008 $3,681 $5,644 $4,114 $5,644 $4,282 $2,727
Jupiter 33478 $5,058 $7,780 $4,067 $6,552 $4,951 $5,864 $3,127 $3,067
Jupiter 33469 $5,067 $7,525 $4,032 $6,938 $4,951 $5,829 $3,127 $3,067
Jupiter 33477 $5,099 $7,525 $4,032 $6,938 $4,951 $5,829 $3,127 $3,290
Orlando 32805 $5,104 $9,008 $3,681 $5,644 $4,448 $5,937 $4,282 $2,730
Orlando 32811 $5,104 $9,008 $3,681 $5,644 $4,448 $5,937 $4,282 $2,730
Spring Hill 34610 $5,117 $8,253 $4,115 $6,060 $4,863 $5,914 $3,600 $3,011
Orlando 32809 $5,117 $9,008 $3,681 $5,644 $4,352 $5,935 $4,282 $2,915
Orlando 32839 $5,117 $9,008 $3,681 $5,644 $4,352 $5,935 $4,282 $2,915
Saint Leo 33574 $5,117 $8,170 $4,115 $6,060 $4,863 $5,914 $3,600 $3,098
Trilby 33593 $5,117 $8,170 $4,115 $6,060 $4,863 $5,914 $3,600 $3,098
Wesley Chapel 33545 $5,117 $8,170 $4,115 $6,060 $4,863 $5,914 $3,600 $3,098
Zephyrhills 33542 $5,117 $8,170 $4,115 $6,060 $4,863 $5,914 $3,600 $3,098
Land O Lakes 34637 $5,134 $7,922 $4,115 $6,060 $4,863 $6,038 $3,600 $3,341
Apollo Beach 33572 $5,148 $8,275 $4,892 $5,217 $5,051 $5,921 $3,477 $3,206
Ruskin 33570 $5,148 $8,275 $4,892 $5,217 $5,051 $5,921 $3,477 $3,206
Sun City Center 33573 $5,148 $8,275 $4,892 $5,217 $5,051 $5,921 $3,477 $3,206
Palm Beach Gardens 33418 $5,152 $7,780 $4,032 $6,552 $4,951 $5,864 $3,592 $3,290
Wesley Chapel 33544 $5,161 $8,481 $4,115 $6,060 $4,863 $5,914 $3,600 $3,098
Plant City 33567 $5,173 $8,563 $4,346 $5,642 $5,051 $5,926 $3,477 $3,206
Wimauma 33598 $5,182 $8,508 $4,892 $5,217 $5,051 $5,921 $3,477 $3,206
Plant City 33563 $5,183 $8,635 $4,346 $5,642 $5,051 $5,926 $3,477 $3,206
Plant City 33566 $5,183 $8,635 $4,346 $5,642 $5,051 $5,926 $3,477 $3,206
Plant City 33565 $5,184 $8,635 $4,346 $5,642 $5,051 $5,929 $3,477 $3,206
Orlando 32808 $5,186 $9,008 $3,681 $5,644 $4,448 $5,937 $4,850 $2,730
Dade City 33523 $5,186 $8,170 $4,115 $6,060 $4,863 $5,914 $4,086 $3,098
Dade City 33525 $5,186 $8,170 $4,115 $6,060 $4,863 $5,914 $4,086 $3,098
San Antonio 33576 $5,186 $8,170 $4,115 $6,060 $4,863 $5,914 $4,086 $3,098
Zephyrhills 33540 $5,186 $8,170 $4,115 $6,060 $4,863 $5,914 $4,086 $3,098
Orlando 32818 $5,196 $8,989 $3,681 $5,644 $4,352 $5,937 $4,850 $2,915
Belleair Beach 33786 $5,203 $8,575 $4,411 $5,982 $4,816 $5,931 $3,474 $3,228
Indian Rocks Beach 33785 $5,203 $8,575 $4,411 $5,982 $4,816 $5,931 $3,474 $3,228
Seminole 33772 $5,203 $8,575 $4,411 $5,982 $4,816 $5,931 $3,474 $3,228
Seminole 33776 $5,203 $8,575 $4,411 $5,982 $4,816 $5,931 $3,474 $3,228
Saint Petersburg 33706 $5,205 $8,438 $4,411 $5,939 $5,047 $5,985 $3,474 $3,144
Saint Petersburg 33715 $5,216 $8,438 $4,485 $5,939 $5,047 $5,985 $3,474 $3,144
Tarpon Springs 34688 $5,221 $8,176 $4,411 $5,982 $4,816 $6,079 $3,856 $3,228
Zephyrhills 33541 $5,231 $8,481 $4,115 $6,060 $4,863 $5,914 $4,086 $3,098
Saint Petersburg 33708 $5,231 $8,575 $4,411 $5,982 $5,047 $5,985 $3,474 $3,144
Lake Harbor 33459 $5,237 $8,468 $4,067 $6,938 $5,186 $5,037 $3,898 $3,067
Largo 33774 $5,241 $8,575 $4,411 $5,982 $4,816 $5,931 $3,744 $3,228
Clearwater Beach 33767 $5,246 $8,607 $4,411 $5,982 $4,816 $5,931 $3,744 $3,228
Largo 33778 $5,248 $8,890 $4,411 $5,982 $4,816 $5,931 $3,474 $3,228
Palm Harbor 34685 $5,252 $8,392 $4,411 $5,982 $4,816 $6,079 $3,856 $3,228
North Palm Beach 33408 $5,255 $7,780 $4,032 $6,938 $5,257 $5,893 $3,592 $3,290
Land O Lakes 34638 $5,255 $8,766 $4,115 $6,060 $4,863 $6,038 $3,600 $3,341
Palm Beach Gardens 33410 $5,260 $7,780 $4,067 $6,938 $5,257 $5,893 $3,592 $3,290
Clearwater 33765 $5,260 $8,922 $4,411 $5,982 $4,816 $5,716 $3,744 $3,228
Wesley Chapel 33543 $5,265 $8,718 $4,115 $6,060 $4,863 $5,914 $4,086 $3,098
Largo 33773 $5,269 $8,890 $4,411 $5,982 $4,816 $6,079 $3,474 $3,228
Seminole 33777 $5,269 $8,890 $4,411 $5,982 $4,816 $6,079 $3,474 $3,228
Largo 33770 $5,291 $8,922 $4,411 $5,982 $4,816 $5,931 $3,744 $3,228
Land O' Lakes 34639 $5,295 $8,564 $4,115 $6,060 $4,863 $6,038 $4,086 $3,341
Clearwater 33755 $5,299 $8,922 $4,682 $5,982 $4,816 $5,716 $3,744 $3,228
Hudson 34667 $5,300 $8,037 $4,115 $6,060 $5,060 $6,886 $3,600 $3,341
Hudson 34669 $5,300 $8,037 $4,115 $6,060 $5,060 $6,886 $3,600 $3,341
Clearwater 33761 $5,309 $8,922 $4,411 $5,982 $4,816 $6,079 $3,722 $3,228
Safety Harbor 34695 $5,309 $8,922 $4,411 $5,982 $4,816 $6,079 $3,722 $3,228
Clearwater 33760 $5,312 $8,922 $4,411 $5,982 $4,816 $6,079 $3,744 $3,228
Clearwater 33763 $5,312 $8,922 $4,411 $5,982 $4,816 $6,079 $3,744 $3,228
Clearwater 33764 $5,312 $8,922 $4,411 $5,982 $4,816 $6,079 $3,744 $3,228
Largo 33771 $5,312 $8,922 $4,411 $5,982 $4,816 $6,079 $3,744 $3,228
Dover 33527 $5,315 $8,635 $4,892 $5,642 $5,051 $5,926 $3,856 $3,206
Pinellas Park 33782 $5,322 $8,922 $4,485 $5,982 $4,816 $6,079 $3,744 $3,228
Crystal Beach 34681 $5,328 $8,922 $4,411 $5,982 $4,816 $6,079 $3,856 $3,228
Oldsmar 34677 $5,328 $8,922 $4,411 $5,982 $4,816 $6,079 $3,856 $3,228
Ozona 34660 $5,328 $8,922 $4,411 $5,982 $4,816 $6,079 $3,856 $3,228
Tarpon Springs 34689 $5,329 $8,518 $4,820 $5,982 $4,816 $6,079 $3,856 $3,228
Saint Petersburg 33701 $5,329 $8,890 $4,485 $5,939 $5,047 $5,955 $3,842 $3,144
Saint Petersburg 33704 $5,329 $8,890 $4,485 $5,939 $5,047 $5,955 $3,842 $3,144
Clearwater 33756 $5,329 $8,922 $4,682 $5,982 $4,816 $5,931 $3,744 $3,228
Clearwater 33762 $5,333 $8,922 $4,411 $5,982 $5,047 $5,901 $3,842 $3,228
Saint Petersburg 33702 $5,335 $8,890 $4,485 $5,982 $5,047 $5,955 $3,842 $3,144
Saint Petersburg 33703 $5,335 $8,890 $4,485 $5,982 $5,047 $5,955 $3,842 $3,144
Saint Petersburg 33716 $5,335 $8,890 $4,485 $5,982 $5,047 $5,955 $3,842 $3,144
New Port Richey 34655 $5,335 $8,734 $4,632 $6,060 $4,863 $6,118 $3,600 $3,341
Saint Petersburg 33730 $5,339 $8,890 $4,485 $5,939 $4,816 $6,241 $3,856 $3,144
Saint Petersburg 33707 $5,344 $8,890 $4,411 $5,939 $5,047 $6,133 $3,842 $3,144
Saint Petersburg 33709 $5,344 $8,890 $4,411 $5,939 $5,047 $6,133 $3,842 $3,144
Pahokee 33476 $5,346 $7,991 $4,067 $6,552 $5,186 $6,441 $3,898 $3,290
Dunedin 34698 $5,347 $8,922 $4,682 $5,982 $4,816 $6,079 $3,722 $3,228
Clearwater 33759 $5,351 $8,922 $4,682 $5,982 $4,816 $6,079 $3,744 $3,228
Saint Petersburg 33710 $5,354 $8,890 $4,485 $5,939 $5,047 $6,133 $3,842 $3,144
Valrico 33596 $5,355 $8,275 $4,892 $5,642 $5,162 $6,341 $3,856 $3,317
Belle Glade 33430 $5,358 $8,070 $4,067 $6,552 $5,186 $6,441 $3,898 $3,290
South Bay 33493 $5,358 $8,070 $4,067 $6,552 $5,186 $6,441 $3,898 $3,290
Pinellas Park 33781 $5,365 $8,890 $4,485 $5,982 $5,047 $6,079 $3,842 $3,228
Lithia 33547 $5,366 $8,275 $4,892 $6,733 $5,051 $5,926 $3,477 $3,206
Canal Point 33438 $5,366 $8,131 $4,067 $6,552 $5,186 $6,441 $3,898 $3,290
Palm Harbor 34683 $5,367 $8,922 $4,682 $5,982 $4,816 $6,079 $3,856 $3,228
Aripeka 34679 $5,367 $8,706 $4,115 $6,060 $4,863 $6,886 $3,600 $3,341
New Port Richey 34653 $5,367 $8,706 $4,115 $6,060 $4,863 $6,886 $3,600 $3,341
Holiday 34690 $5,369 $8,518 $4,115 $6,060 $5,060 $6,886 $3,600 $3,341
Saint Petersburg 33705 $5,370 $8,890 $4,485 $5,939 $5,047 $6,241 $3,842 $3,144
Saint Petersburg 33711 $5,370 $8,890 $4,485 $5,939 $5,047 $6,241 $3,842 $3,144
Saint Petersburg 33712 $5,370 $8,890 $4,485 $5,939 $5,047 $6,241 $3,842 $3,144
Saint Petersburg 33713 $5,370 $8,890 $4,485 $5,939 $5,047 $6,241 $3,842 $3,144
Saint Petersburg 33714 $5,370 $8,890 $4,485 $5,939 $5,047 $6,241 $3,842 $3,144
Valrico 33594 $5,384 $8,474 $4,892 $5,642 $5,162 $6,341 $3,856 $3,317
Palm Harbor 34684 $5,386 $8,922 $4,820 $5,982 $4,816 $6,079 $3,856 $3,228
Holiday 34691 $5,395 $8,706 $4,115 $6,060 $5,060 $6,886 $3,600 $3,341
New Port Richey 34652 $5,395 $8,706 $4,115 $6,060 $5,060 $6,886 $3,600 $3,341
Port Richey 34668 $5,395 $8,706 $4,115 $6,060 $5,060 $6,886 $3,600 $3,341
New Port Richey 34654 $5,398 $8,922 $4,115 $6,060 $4,863 $6,886 $3,600 $3,341
Lutz 33548 $5,405 $9,008 $4,346 $5,642 $5,680 $6,078 $3,856 $3,228
Loxahatchee 33470 $5,417 $8,131 $4,067 $6,552 $5,186 $6,441 $4,255 $3,290
Riverview 33579 $5,476 $8,275 $4,892 $6,733 $5,051 $6,320 $3,856 $3,206
Lutz 33559 $5,517 $8,718 $4,346 $6,733 $5,680 $6,078 $3,856 $3,206
Thonotosassa 33592 $5,518 $8,960 $4,892 $6,733 $5,051 $5,926 $3,856 $3,206
Riverview 33569 $5,528 $8,635 $4,892 $6,733 $5,051 $6,320 $3,856 $3,206
Lutz 33558 $5,571 $8,530 $4,892 $6,733 $5,680 $6,078 $3,856 $3,228
Seffner 33584 $5,574 $8,960 $4,892 $6,733 $5,051 $6,320 $3,856 $3,206
Tampa 33647 $5,576 $8,718 $4,758 $6,733 $5,680 $6,078 $3,856 $3,206
Odessa 33556 $5,576 $8,376 $4,892 $6,733 $5,781 $6,053 $3,856 $3,341
Gibsonton 33534 $5,602 $9,156 $4,892 $6,733 $5,051 $6,320 $3,856 $3,206
Lutz 33549 $5,602 $9,295 $4,346 $6,733 $5,680 $6,078 $3,856 $3,228
Brandon 33511 $5,609 $8,960 $4,892 $6,733 $5,162 $6,341 $3,856 $3,317
West Palm Beach 33412 $5,616 $8,131 $5,100 $6,552 $5,257 $7,390 $3,592 $3,290
Sun City 33586 $5,636 $8,635 $4,892 $7,893 $5,051 $5,921 $3,856 $3,206
Durant 33530 $5,637 $8,635 $4,892 $7,893 $5,051 $5,926 $3,856 $3,206
Sydney 33587 $5,637 $8,635 $4,892 $7,893 $5,051 $5,926 $3,856 $3,206
Hollywood 33028 $5,639 $8,298 $4,851 $6,763 $5,680 $6,535 $4,022 $3,326
Tampa 33626 $5,652 $8,734 $4,892 $6,733 $5,781 $6,053 $3,856 $3,514
Fort Lauderdale 33327 $5,655 $8,248 $4,794 $6,763 $6,058 $6,453 $3,946 $3,326
Fort Lauderdale 33332 $5,671 $8,298 $4,851 $6,763 $6,058 $6,453 $3,946 $3,326
Hollywood 33029 $5,672 $8,298 $4,851 $6,763 $5,680 $6,535 $4,252 $3,326
Riverview 33578 $5,695 $9,810 $4,892 $6,733 $5,051 $6,320 $3,856 $3,206
Fort Lauderdale 33331 $5,705 $8,865 $4,447 $6,763 $6,058 $6,453 $4,022 $3,326
Hollywood 33027 $5,727 $8,405 $4,851 $6,763 $5,680 $6,535 $4,252 $3,603
Fort Lauderdale 33330 $5,727 $8,865 $4,447 $6,763 $6,058 $6,473 $3,883 $3,603
Fort Lauderdale 33326 $5,750 $8,815 $4,794 $6,763 $6,058 $6,473 $4,022 $3,326
Tampa 33617 $5,760 $8,718 $4,758 $6,733 $5,680 $6,669 $4,276 $3,488
Hollywood 33026 $5,778 $8,973 $4,851 $6,763 $5,680 $6,556 $4,022 $3,603
Fort Lauderdale 33394 $5,783 $9,522 $5,002 $7,246 $6,058 $6,496 $2,499 $3,659
Fort Lauderdale 33328 $5,785 $9,245 $4,447 $6,763 $6,058 $6,494 $3,883 $3,603
Tampa 33621 $5,823 $10,458 $4,758 $6,733 $5,359 $6,044 $4,003 $3,405
Fort Lauderdale 33306 $5,823 $8,570 $5,002 $7,246 $5,611 $6,475 $4,202 $3,659
Fort Lauderdale 33308 $5,823 $8,570 $5,002 $7,246 $5,611 $6,475 $4,202 $3,659
Fort Lauderdale 33305 $5,835 $8,648 $5,002 $7,246 $5,611 $6,475 $4,202 $3,659
Fort Lauderdale 33316 $5,837 $8,642 $5,002 $7,246 $5,611 $6,496 $4,202 $3,659
Fort Lauderdale 33304 $5,842 $8,698 $5,002 $7,246 $5,611 $6,475 $4,202 $3,659
Fort Lauderdale 33301 $5,845 $8,698 $5,002 $7,246 $5,611 $6,496 $4,202 $3,659
Fort Lauderdale 33324 $5,847 $9,195 $4,794 $6,763 $6,058 $6,494 $4,022 $3,603
Fort Lauderdale 33325 $5,847 $9,195 $4,794 $6,763 $6,058 $6,494 $4,022 $3,603
Fort Lauderdale 33317 $5,849 $9,195 $4,794 $6,763 $6,058 $6,452 $4,022 $3,659
Fort Lauderdale 33388 $5,852 $9,195 $4,794 $6,763 $6,058 $6,474 $4,022 $3,659
Hollywood 33024 $5,888 $9,237 $4,794 $6,763 $5,680 $7,121 $4,022 $3,603
Fort Lauderdale 33315 $5,889 $9,011 $5,002 $7,246 $5,611 $6,496 $4,202 $3,659
Tampa 33618 $5,907 $9,579 $4,892 $6,733 $5,680 $6,698 $4,276 $3,488
Boca Raton 33434 $5,911 $9,071 $5,216 $6,552 $5,891 $7,120 $4,130 $3,394
Fort Lauderdale 33334 $5,922 $9,171 $5,002 $7,246 $5,611 $6,567 $4,202 $3,659
Pompano Beach 33073 $5,926 $9,364 $4,794 $6,763 $5,960 $6,567 $4,398 $3,637
Boca Raton 33428 $5,927 $9,347 $5,216 $6,938 $5,891 $6,572 $4,130 $3,394
Pompano Beach 33063 $5,932 $9,442 $4,794 $6,763 $5,792 $6,593 $4,502 $3,637
Pompano Beach 33066 $5,932 $9,442 $4,794 $6,763 $5,792 $6,593 $4,502 $3,637
Brandon 33510 $5,933 $11,232 $4,892 $6,733 $5,162 $6,341 $3,856 $3,317
Fort Lauderdale 33323 $5,939 $9,195 $4,794 $6,763 $6,058 $7,085 $4,022 $3,659
Deerfield Beach 33442 $5,947 $9,009 $4,794 $7,246 $5,960 $6,567 $4,398 $3,659
Boca Raton 33433 $5,954 $8,992 $5,216 $6,938 $5,891 $7,120 $4,130 $3,394
Boca Raton 33431 $5,958 $8,992 $5,216 $6,938 $5,891 $7,144 $4,130 $3,394
Boca Raton 33432 $5,958 $8,992 $5,216 $6,938 $5,891 $7,144 $4,130 $3,394
Boca Raton 33486 $5,958 $8,992 $5,216 $6,938 $5,891 $7,144 $4,130 $3,394
Boca Raton 33487 $5,958 $8,992 $5,216 $6,938 $5,891 $7,144 $4,130 $3,394
Tampa 33620 $5,962 $10,100 $4,758 $6,733 $5,680 $6,698 $4,276 $3,488
Pompano Beach 33062 $5,964 $9,393 $4,794 $7,246 $5,960 $6,496 $4,202 $3,659
Miami Beach 33139 $5,968 $9,496 $4,603 $7,651 $6,399 $6,924 $2,499 $4,202
Hollywood 33025 $5,987 $9,235 $4,794 $6,763 $5,680 $7,095 $4,743 $3,603
Tampa 33616 $5,989 $10,458 $4,758 $7,893 $5,359 $6,044 $4,003 $3,405
Tampa 33611 $5,991 $10,458 $4,758 $7,893 $5,359 $6,059 $4,003 $3,405
Tampa 33629 $5,991 $10,458 $4,758 $7,893 $5,359 $6,059 $4,003 $3,405
Pompano Beach 33067 $5,998 $9,456 $5,398 $6,763 $5,792 $6,544 $4,398 $3,637
Pompano Beach 33076 $5,998 $9,456 $5,398 $6,763 $5,792 $6,544 $4,398 $3,637
Wellington 33414 $6,005 $8,947 $5,316 $6,552 $5,996 $7,390 $4,255 $3,577
West Palm Beach 33411 $6,005 $8,947 $5,316 $6,552 $5,996 $7,390 $4,255 $3,577
Boca Raton 33496 $6,008 $9,071 $5,216 $6,938 $5,891 $7,414 $4,130 $3,394
Boca Raton 33498 $6,008 $9,071 $5,216 $6,938 $5,891 $7,414 $4,130 $3,394
Pompano Beach 33065 $6,022 $9,472 $5,398 $6,763 $5,792 $6,593 $4,502 $3,637
Pompano Beach 33071 $6,022 $9,472 $5,398 $6,763 $5,792 $6,593 $4,502 $3,637
Deerfield Beach 33441 $6,029 $9,364 $4,794 $7,246 $5,960 $6,588 $4,589 $3,659
Pompano Beach 33064 $6,029 $9,364 $4,794 $7,246 $5,960 $6,588 $4,589 $3,659
Fort Lauderdale 33321 $6,041 $9,472 $4,794 $6,763 $6,058 $7,040 $4,502 $3,659
Fort Lauderdale 33351 $6,041 $9,472 $4,794 $6,763 $6,058 $7,040 $4,502 $3,659
West Palm Beach 33403 $6,042 $8,146 $5,100 $6,938 $5,996 $7,736 $5,087 $3,290
West Palm Beach 33404 $6,042 $8,146 $5,100 $6,938 $5,996 $7,736 $5,087 $3,290
Fort Lauderdale 33322 $6,047 $9,472 $4,794 $6,763 $6,058 $7,085 $4,502 $3,659
Boynton Beach 33472 $6,058 $8,992 $5,347 $6,938 $5,889 $7,482 $4,466 $3,290
Boynton Beach 33473 $6,058 $8,992 $5,347 $6,938 $5,889 $7,482 $4,466 $3,290
Hollywood 33023 $6,081 $9,925 $4,794 $6,763 $5,680 $7,059 $4,743 $3,603
Delray Beach 33483 $6,083 $8,992 $5,347 $6,938 $5,889 $7,714 $4,130 $3,571
Pompano Beach 33060 $6,086 $9,787 $4,794 $7,246 $5,960 $6,567 $4,589 $3,659
Lake Worth 33449 $6,095 $8,947 $5,571 $6,938 $5,996 $7,390 $4,255 $3,571
Boynton Beach 33436 $6,096 $8,992 $5,347 $6,938 $5,889 $7,482 $4,466 $3,558
Boynton Beach 33437 $6,096 $8,992 $5,347 $6,938 $5,889 $7,482 $4,466 $3,558
Delray Beach 33484 $6,097 $8,992 $5,347 $6,938 $5,889 $7,120 $4,819 $3,571
Delray Beach 33444 $6,102 $9,130 $5,347 $6,938 $5,889 $7,714 $4,130 $3,571
Tampa 33609 $6,108 $10,458 $4,758 $7,893 $6,142 $6,096 $4,003 $3,405
West Palm Beach 33415 $6,117 $9,347 $4,067 $6,938 $5,996 $7,806 $5,087 $3,577
West Palm Beach 33417 $6,117 $9,347 $4,067 $6,938 $5,996 $7,806 $5,087 $3,577
West Palm Beach 33413 $6,121 $9,175 $5,100 $6,938 $5,996 $7,806 $4,255 $3,577
West Palm Beach 33407 $6,124 $8,669 $5,100 $6,938 $5,996 $7,788 $5,087 $3,290
Pompano Beach 33069 $6,132 $9,472 $4,794 $7,246 $5,960 $6,567 $5,250 $3,637
Delray Beach 33446 $6,139 $8,992 $5,347 $6,938 $5,889 $7,414 $4,819 $3,571
Pompano Beach 33068 $6,152 $9,817 $4,794 $6,763 $5,792 $7,011 $5,250 $3,637
Lake Worth 33467 $6,153 $9,347 $5,571 $6,938 $5,996 $7,390 $4,255 $3,577
Boynton Beach 33426 $6,159 $9,130 $5,347 $6,938 $5,889 $7,788 $4,466 $3,558
Boynton Beach 33435 $6,159 $9,130 $5,347 $6,938 $5,889 $7,788 $4,466 $3,558
Tampa 33637 $6,189 $11,232 $4,758 $6,733 $5,680 $6,629 $4,800 $3,488
Tampa 33635 $6,189 $11,602 $4,758 $6,733 $5,781 $6,656 $4,276 $3,514
Fort Lauderdale 33319 $6,191 $9,817 $4,794 $6,763 $6,058 $6,994 $5,250 $3,659
Delray Beach 33445 $6,201 $9,130 $5,347 $6,938 $5,889 $7,714 $4,819 $3,571
Fort Lauderdale 33314 $6,203 $9,803 $4,794 $6,763 $6,058 $7,096 $5,250 $3,659
Fort Lauderdale 33312 $6,216 $9,694 $5,002 $7,246 $5,611 $7,053 $5,250 $3,659
Fort Lauderdale 33309 $6,225 $9,817 $5,002 $7,246 $5,611 $6,994 $5,250 $3,659
Palm Beach 33480 $6,226 $9,130 $5,100 $6,938 $5,996 $7,788 $5,051 $3,577
Miami Beach 33154 $6,228 $9,199 $4,603 $7,651 $6,399 $7,036 $4,508 $4,202
Tampa 33625 $6,237 $11,803 $4,892 $6,733 $5,781 $6,656 $4,276 $3,514
Hollywood 33021 $6,255 $9,927 $4,794 $7,246 $6,245 $7,121 $4,202 $4,252
Tampa 33624 $6,264 $12,092 $4,892 $6,733 $5,680 $6,687 $4,276 $3,488
Tampa 33613 $6,266 $12,092 $4,892 $6,733 $5,680 $6,698 $4,276 $3,488
West Palm Beach 33401 $6,276 $9,485 $5,100 $6,938 $5,996 $7,788 $5,051 $3,577
West Palm Beach 33405 $6,276 $9,485 $5,100 $6,938 $5,996 $7,788 $5,051 $3,577
Fort Lauderdale 33313 $6,276 $9,921 $4,794 $6,763 $6,058 $7,489 $5,250 $3,659
West Palm Beach 33406 $6,279 $9,485 $5,100 $6,938 $5,996 $7,806 $5,051 $3,577
West Palm Beach 33409 $6,279 $9,485 $5,100 $6,938 $5,996 $7,806 $5,051 $3,577
Lake Worth 33462 $6,290 $9,130 $5,571 $6,938 $5,996 $7,788 $5,051 $3,558
Lake Worth 33460 $6,293 $9,130 $5,571 $6,938 $5,996 $7,788 $5,051 $3,577
Lake Worth 33461 $6,298 $9,130 $5,571 $6,938 $5,996 $7,788 $5,087 $3,577
Miami Beach 33140 $6,305 $9,199 $5,251 $7,651 $6,399 $6,924 $4,508 $4,202
Fort Lauderdale 33311 $6,305 $9,921 $5,002 $7,246 $5,611 $7,449 $5,250 $3,659
Hollywood 33019 $6,312 $9,803 $4,794 $7,246 $6,245 $7,100 $4,743 $4,252
Miami 33158 $6,314 $10,277 $4,603 $8,135 $6,077 $6,722 $4,330 $4,054
Miami Beach 33141 $6,328 $9,199 $5,251 $7,651 $6,399 $7,085 $4,508 $4,202
Miami 33143 $6,329 $10,401 $4,603 $8,135 $6,077 $6,700 $4,330 $4,054
Hollywood 33020 $6,330 $9,927 $4,794 $7,246 $6,245 $7,100 $4,743 $4,252
Dania 33004 $6,332 $9,694 $5,585 $7,246 $6,245 $7,100 $4,202 $4,252
Lake Worth 33463 $6,344 $9,485 $5,571 $6,938 $5,996 $7,758 $5,087 $3,577
Miami 33156 $6,376 $10,104 $5,232 $8,135 $6,077 $6,700 $4,330 $4,054
Miami 33176 $6,384 $10,277 $4,981 $8,247 $6,077 $6,722 $4,330 $4,054
Miami 33146 $6,418 $10,401 $5,232 $8,135 $6,077 $6,700 $4,330 $4,054
Miami 33157 $6,435 $11,125 $4,603 $8,135 $6,077 $6,722 $4,330 $4,054
Hallandale 33009 $6,447 $9,925 $5,585 $7,246 $6,245 $7,133 $4,743 $4,252
Tampa 33610 $6,495 $12,323 $4,758 $6,733 $6,142 $7,223 $4,800 $3,488
Tampa 33619 $6,514 $12,323 $4,892 $6,733 $6,142 $7,223 $4,800 $3,488
Miami 33180 $6,549 $9,199 $5,770 $8,135 $6,360 $7,036 $4,838 $4,506
Miami 33178 $6,554 $9,923 $4,603 $8,247 $6,655 $6,852 $5,563 $4,037
North Miami Beach 33160 $6,571 $9,199 $5,770 $8,135 $6,511 $7,036 $4,838 $4,506
Miami 33186 $6,588 $10,524 $4,603 $8,247 $6,769 $6,860 $5,071 $4,038
Miami Beach 33109 $6,635 $10,560 $5,251 $8,135 $7,033 $6,924 $4,508 $4,037
Miami 33173 $6,646 $10,549 $4,981 $8,247 $6,769 $6,863 $5,071 $4,038
Miami 33187 $6,666 $10,524 $4,603 $8,247 $6,769 $7,412 $5,071 $4,038
Miami 33196 $6,666 $10,524 $4,603 $8,247 $6,769 $7,412 $5,071 $4,038
Tampa 33615 $6,673 $13,126 $4,892 $6,733 $6,142 $6,687 $5,643 $3,488
Miami 33183 $6,682 $10,549 $4,603 $8,247 $6,769 $7,499 $5,071 $4,038
Key Biscayne 33149 $6,684 $10,401 $4,603 $9,457 $7,033 $6,924 $4,330 $4,037
Miami 33185 $6,706 $10,203 $4,603 $8,247 $6,769 $7,412 $5,667 $4,038
Miami 33138 $6,726 $12,124 $4,603 $7,651 $6,511 $7,155 $4,838 $4,202
Tampa 33634 $6,733 $13,126 $4,758 $6,733 $6,142 $7,241 $5,643 $3,488
Tampa 33606 $6,738 $13,647 $4,758 $7,893 $6,142 $7,233 $4,003 $3,488
Miami 33193 $6,753 $10,549 $4,603 $8,247 $6,769 $7,397 $5,667 $4,038
Miami 33131 $6,764 $10,560 $4,603 $9,457 $7,033 $6,821 $4,838 $4,037
Miami 33181 $6,770 $11,685 $4,603 $8,135 $6,511 $7,110 $4,838 $4,506
Miami 33189 $6,777 $11,125 $4,603 $8,135 $6,077 $7,261 $6,184 $4,054
Miami 33166 $6,801 $11,656 $4,603 $8,135 $6,655 $6,852 $5,667 $4,037
Homestead 33035 $6,811 $10,009 $5,643 $8,247 $6,711 $7,688 $5,344 $4,038
Tampa 33604 $6,816 $13,357 $4,758 $7,893 $6,142 $7,272 $4,800 $3,488
Miami 33137 $6,820 $12,185 $4,603 $8,247 $6,511 $7,155 $4,838 $4,202
Tampa 33614 $6,828 $13,647 $4,892 $6,733 $6,142 $7,252 $5,643 $3,488
Miami 33132 $6,831 $10,560 $4,603 $8,247 $7,033 $8,497 $4,838 $4,037
Hialeah 33015 $6,836 $10,221 $4,603 $8,247 $6,655 $7,955 $5,667 $4,506
Tampa 33612 $6,850 $13,647 $4,758 $7,893 $6,142 $7,223 $4,800 $3,488
Tampa 33605 $6,855 $13,357 $4,758 $7,893 $6,142 $7,242 $5,101 $3,488
Homestead 33033 $6,860 $10,348 $5,643 $8,247 $6,711 $7,688 $5,344 $4,038
Miami 33179 $6,863 $10,108 $4,603 $8,135 $6,360 $7,696 $6,636 $4,506
Miami 33190 $6,869 $10,952 $4,603 $8,135 $6,769 $7,399 $6,184 $4,038
Homestead 33030 $6,870 $10,420 $5,643 $8,247 $6,711 $7,688 $5,344 $4,038
Homestead 33031 $6,870 $10,420 $5,643 $8,247 $6,711 $7,688 $5,344 $4,038
Homestead 33034 $6,870 $10,420 $5,643 $8,247 $6,711 $7,688 $5,344 $4,038
Hialeah 33018 $6,873 $10,097 $4,603 $8,247 $6,655 $8,805 $5,667 $4,037
Opa Locka 33056 $6,875 $10,153 $4,603 $8,247 $7,033 $7,914 $5,667 $4,506
Opa Locka 33055 $6,881 $10,193 $4,603 $8,247 $7,033 $7,914 $5,667 $4,506
Miami 33170 $6,885 $10,952 $4,603 $8,247 $6,769 $7,399 $6,184 $4,038
Miami 33177 $6,885 $10,952 $4,603 $8,247 $6,769 $7,399 $6,184 $4,038
Tampa 33602 $6,895 $13,647 $4,758 $7,893 $6,142 $7,233 $5,101 $3,488
Miami 33182 $6,905 $11,663 $4,603 $8,247 $6,769 $7,452 $5,563 $4,037
Miami 33172 $6,905 $11,663 $4,603 $8,247 $6,655 $7,567 $5,563 $4,037
Homestead 33039 $6,914 $10,652 $5,643 $8,247 $6,711 $7,760 $5,344 $4,038
Miami 33129 $6,922 $10,560 $4,603 $9,457 $7,033 $6,821 $5,939 $4,037
Tampa 33603 $6,932 $13,357 $4,758 $7,893 $6,142 $7,242 $5,643 $3,488
Miami 33133 $6,951 $12,194 $4,603 $9,457 $7,033 $6,821 $4,508 $4,037
Miami 33155 $6,966 $12,367 $4,603 $8,247 $6,077 $7,471 $5,939 $4,054
Tampa 33607 $6,976 $13,647 $4,758 $7,893 $6,142 $7,263 $5,643 $3,488
Miami 33161 $6,983 $11,896 $4,603 $8,135 $6,511 $8,393 $4,838 $4,506
Miami 33134 $6,991 $12,367 $4,603 $8,135 $7,033 $6,821 $5,939 $4,037
Miami 33194 $7,023 $12,367 $4,603 $8,247 $6,769 $7,471 $5,667 $4,038
Homestead 33032 $7,025 $10,952 $5,643 $8,247 $6,711 $7,399 $6,184 $4,038
Hialeah 33014 $7,025 $11,656 $4,603 $8,135 $6,655 $7,955 $5,667 $4,506
Miami 33165 $7,079 $12,367 $4,603 $8,247 $6,769 $7,586 $5,939 $4,038
Miami 33169 $7,079 $11,616 $4,603 $8,135 $6,360 $7,696 $6,636 $4,506
Miami 33162 $7,110 $11,685 $4,603 $8,135 $6,511 $7,696 $6,636 $4,506
Miami 33175 $7,128 $12,010 $4,603 $8,247 $6,769 $7,586 $6,639 $4,038
Hialeah 33016 $7,147 $11,656 $4,603 $8,135 $6,655 $8,805 $5,667 $4,506
Miami 33184 $7,154 $12,194 $4,603 $8,247 $6,769 $7,586 $6,639 $4,038
Opa Locka 33054 $7,162 $11,656 $4,603 $8,135 $7,033 $8,534 $5,667 $4,506
Miami 33122 $7,164 $11,837 $4,603 $8,135 $6,655 $7,542 $7,337 $4,037
Miami 33174 $7,179 $12,367 $4,603 $8,247 $6,769 $7,586 $6,639 $4,038
Miami 33199 $7,179 $12,367 $4,603 $8,247 $6,769 $7,586 $6,639 $4,038
Miami 33144 $7,198 $12,367 $4,603 $8,135 $7,033 $7,567 $6,639 $4,037
Miami 33145 $7,199 $10,733 $4,603 $9,457 $7,033 $8,594 $5,939 $4,037
Miami 33167 $7,216 $11,654 $4,603 $8,135 $6,511 $8,466 $6,636 $4,506
Miami 33168 $7,241 $11,827 $4,603 $8,135 $6,511 $8,466 $6,636 $4,506
Hialeah 33013 $7,276 $11,715 $4,603 $8,135 $7,033 $8,605 $6,636 $4,202
Miami 33126 $7,297 $12,367 $4,603 $8,135 $7,033 $7,567 $7,337 $4,037
Hialeah 33012 $7,305 $11,717 $4,603 $8,135 $7,033 $8,805 $6,636 $4,202
Miami 33128 $7,404 $12,185 $4,603 $8,135 $7,033 $8,497 $7,337 $4,037
Miami 33150 $7,429 $12,124 $4,603 $9,457 $6,511 $8,466 $6,636 $4,202
Hialeah 33010 $7,448 $12,185 $4,603 $8,135 $7,033 $8,805 $7,337 $4,037
Miami 33127 $7,517 $12,185 $4,603 $9,457 $7,033 $8,669 $6,636 $4,037
Miami 33130 $7,593 $12,185 $4,603 $9,457 $7,033 $8,497 $7,337 $4,037
Miami 33136 $7,593 $12,185 $4,603 $9,457 $7,033 $8,497 $7,337 $4,037
Miami 33125 $7,607 $12,185 $4,603 $9,457 $7,033 $8,594 $7,337 $4,037
Miami 33135 $7,607 $12,185 $4,603 $9,457 $7,033 $8,594 $7,337 $4,037
Miami 33147 $7,626 $12,185 $4,603 $9,457 $7,033 $8,565 $7,337 $4,202
Miami 33142 $7,631 $12,185 $4,603 $9,457 $7,033 $8,765 $7,337 $4,037

The above chart lists the rates for the 1,029 zip codes across Florida starting with the 25 cheapest ending with the most expensive. Did you find where you live? If not, use the search box to find your zip code.

The zip code in Florida with the cheapest car insurance is found in Waldo where the premiums are $4,150 less a year than they are in parts of Miami.

This rate chart is a perfect example of why price comparing is so important in car insurance. In Tampa for example, Allstate charges an average of $8,889 more a year than Geico. That is no little difference.

Take a look at the rates from the same three providers (compared above) in the five most and least expensive parts of Florida:

Allstate vs Geico vs State Farm rates by zip codes in Florida

Allstate’s car insurance rates are drastically higher in many parts of Florida, especially Tampa.

Cheapest Car Insurance Rates in Florida by City

City Zipcode Rate +/- State Avg Rank
Waldo 32694 $3,481 -$1,199 1029
High Springs 32643 $3,486 -$1,194 1028
Archer 32618 $3,487 -$1,194 1025
Micanopy 32667 $3,487 -$1,194 1025
Newberry 32669 $3,487 -$1,194 1025
Gainesville 32601 $3,489 -$1,191 1022
Gainesville 32609 $3,489 -$1,191 1022
Gainesville 32641 $3,489 -$1,191 1022
Alachua 32615 $3,491 -$1,190 1020
La Crosse 32658 $3,491 -$1,190 1020
Gainesville 32612 $3,493 -$1,188 1019
Gainesville 32603 $3,495 -$1,186 1012
Gainesville 32605 $3,495 -$1,186 1012
Gainesville 32606 $3,495 -$1,186 1012
Gainesville 32607 $3,495 -$1,186 1012
Gainesville 32608 $3,495 -$1,186 1012
Gainesville 32611 $3,495 -$1,186 1012
Gainesville 32653 $3,495 -$1,186 1012
Gainesville 32610 $3,505 -$1,176 1011
Earleton 32631 $3,523 -$1,157 1010
Miramar Beach 32550 $3,597 -$1,083 1009
McIntosh 32664 $3,611 -$1,070 1007
Orange Lake 32681 $3,611 -$1,070 1007
Lochloosa 32662 $3,646 -$1,034 1006
Greenville 32331 $3,646 -$1,034 1002
Evinston 32633 $3,646 -$1,034 1002
Hawthorne 32640 $3,646 -$1,034 1002
Island Grove 32654 $3,646 -$1,034 1002
Eglin AFB 32542 $3,653 -$1,028 994
Hurlburt Field 32544 $3,653 -$1,028 994
Fort Walton Beach 32547 $3,653 -$1,028 994
Fort Walton Beach 32548 $3,653 -$1,028 994
Mary Esther 32569 $3,653 -$1,028 994
Niceville 32578 $3,653 -$1,028 994
Shalimar 32579 $3,653 -$1,028 994
Valparaiso 32580 $3,653 -$1,028 994
Destin 32541 $3,654 -$1,027 993
Horseshoe Beach 32648 $3,663 -$1,017 992
Gulf Hammock 32639 $3,664 -$1,016 988
Otter Creek 32683 $3,664 -$1,016 988
Inglis 34449 $3,664 -$1,016 988
Yankeetown 34498 $3,664 -$1,016 988
Trenton 32693 $3,665 -$1,016 987
Bell 32619 $3,666 -$1,015 986
Williston 32696 $3,674 -$1,007 985
Santa Rosa Beach 32459 $3,675 -$1,005 982
Bronson 32621 $3,674 -$1,007 982
Morriston 32668 $3,674 -$1,007 982
Chiefland 32626 $3,678 -$1,003 981
Freeport 32439 $3,679 -$1,002 979
Cedar Key 32625 $3,678 -$1,003 979
Cross City 32628 $3,680 -$1,001 976
Old Town 32680 $3,680 -$1,001 976
Suwannee 32692 $3,680 -$1,001 976
Argyle 32422 $3,684 -$996 972
Defuniak Springs 32433 $3,684 -$996 972
Mossy Head 32434 $3,684 -$996 972
Defuniak Springs 32435 $3,684 -$996 972
The Villages 32162 $3,699 -$982 971
Steinhatchee 32359 $3,701 -$980 970
Perry 32347 $3,702 -$978 967
Perry 32348 $3,702 -$978 967
Shady Grove 32357 $3,702 -$978 967
Ebro 32437 $3,708 -$973 966
Lady Lake 32159 $3,711 -$970 965
O'Brien 32071 $3,713 -$967 963
Vernon 32462 $3,711 -$969 963
Branford 32008 $3,713 -$967 962
Silver Springs 34488 $3,717 -$964 961
Salem 32356 $3,717 -$964 960
McAlpin 32062 $3,718 -$963 959
Caryville 32427 $3,720 -$961 958
Live Oak 32060 $3,723 -$957 956
Live Oak 32064 $3,723 -$957 956
Laurel Hill 32567 $3,726 -$955 955
Milligan 32537 $3,726 -$955 953
Crestview 32539 $3,726 -$955 953
Wausau 32463 $3,726 -$954 949
Paxton 32538 $3,726 -$954 949
Jennings 32053 $3,726 -$954 949
Crestview 32536 $3,726 -$955 949
Chipley 32428 $3,726 -$954 948
Lee 32059 $3,728 -$953 945
Madison 32340 $3,728 -$953 945
Pinetta 32350 $3,728 -$953 945
Alford 32420 $3,733 -$948 944
Bascom 32423 $3,740 -$940 935
Campbellton 32426 $3,740 -$940 935
Cottondale 32431 $3,740 -$940 935
Grand Ridge 32442 $3,740 -$940 935
Greenwood 32443 $3,740 -$940 935
Malone 32445 $3,740 -$940 935
Marianna 32446 $3,740 -$940 935
Marianna 32448 $3,740 -$940 935
Sneads 32460 $3,740 -$940 935
Rosemary Beach 32461 $3,743 -$937 934
Mayo 32066 $3,747 -$933 933
Wellborn 32094 $3,750 -$930 932
Ponce de Leon 32455 $3,752 -$928 930
Westville 32464 $3,752 -$928 930
Citra 32113 $3,753 -$927 924
Eastlake Weir 32133 $3,753 -$927 924
Ocklawaha 32179 $3,753 -$927 924
Orange Springs 32182 $3,753 -$927 924
Sparr 32192 $3,753 -$927 924
Anthony 32617 $3,753 -$927 924
Ocala 34482 $3,754 -$927 923
Lowell 32663 $3,758 -$922 921
Reddick 32686 $3,758 -$922 921
Bonifay 32425 $3,761 -$919 918
Noma 32452 $3,761 -$919 918
Fairfield 32634 $3,758 -$922 918
Baker 32531 $3,763 -$917 916
Holt 32564 $3,763 -$917 916
Ocala 34475 $3,764 -$916 915
Graceville 32440 $3,767 -$913 914
White Springs 32096 $3,770 -$911 913
Panama City 32409 $3,773 -$907 909
Mexico Beach 32410 $3,773 -$907 909
Panama City Beach 32413 $3,773 -$907 909
Lynn Haven 32444 $3,773 -$907 909
Greensboro 32330 $3,774 -$907 900
Havana 32333 $3,774 -$907 900
Midway 32343 $3,774 -$907 900
Quincy 32351 $3,774 -$907 900
Panama City 32401 $3,773 -$907 900
Panama City 32404 $3,773 -$907 900
Panama City 32405 $3,773 -$907 900
Panama City Beach 32407 $3,773 -$907 900
Panama City 32408 $3,773 -$907 900
Jasper 32052 $3,775 -$905 899
Yalaha 34797 $3,779 -$901 898
Okahumpka 34762 $3,779 -$901 897
Fruitland Park 34731 $3,779 -$901 895
Leesburg 34748 $3,779 -$901 895
Naples 34113 $3,783 -$897 891
Marco Island 34145 $3,783 -$897 891
Belleview 34420 $3,780 -$901 891
Panama City 32403 $3,779 -$901 891
Naples 34103 $3,783 -$897 888
Naples 34108 $3,783 -$897 888
Naples 34112 $3,783 -$897 888
Quincy 32352 $3,787 -$893 882
Ocala 34480 $3,784 -$896 882
Ocala 34481 $3,784 -$896 882
Fountain 32438 $3,784 -$896 882
Youngstown 32466 $3,784 -$896 882
Naples 34102 $3,783 -$897 882
Chattahoochee 32324 $3,787 -$893 880
Gretna 32332 $3,787 -$893 880
Ocala 34476 $3,789 -$891 879
Summerfield 34491 $3,791 -$890 878
Jay 32565 $3,794 -$887 877
Naples 34119 $3,797 -$883 873
Bonita Springs 34134 $3,797 -$883 873
Copeland 34137 $3,797 -$883 873
Goodland 34140 $3,797 -$883 873
Crawfordville 32327 $3,799 -$881 862
Panacea 32346 $3,799 -$881 862
Saint Marks 32355 $3,799 -$881 862
Sopchoppy 32358 $3,799 -$881 862
Naples 34104 $3,797 -$883 862
Naples 34105 $3,797 -$883 862
Naples 34109 $3,797 -$883 862
Naples 34110 $3,797 -$883 862
Naples 34114 $3,797 -$883 862
Naples 34116 $3,797 -$883 862
Naples 34117 $3,797 -$883 862
Ocala 34479 $3,800 -$880 861
Fort White 32038 $3,803 -$877 860
Fort McCoy 32134 $3,809 -$872 859
Dunnellon 34431 $3,816 -$864 857
Dunnellon 34432 $3,816 -$864 857
Altoona 32702 $3,817 -$863 856
Weirsdale 32195 $3,818 -$863 855
Port Saint Joe 32456 $3,822 -$859 853
Wewahitchka 32465 $3,822 -$859 853
Lake City 32024 $3,826 -$854 852
Candler 32111 $3,828 -$852 851
Elkton 32033 $3,837 -$844 850
Leesburg 34788 $3,837 -$843 849
Naples 34120 $3,840 -$841 846
Astor 32102 $3,837 -$843 846
Grand Island 32735 $3,837 -$843 846
Saint Augustine 32086 $3,840 -$840 844
Lake City 32055 $3,840 -$840 844
Ocala 34472 $3,842 -$839 843
Navarre 32566 $3,842 -$838 840
Bristol 32321 $3,842 -$839 840
Hosford 32334 $3,842 -$839 840
Gulf Breeze 32563 $3,842 -$838 839
Ocala 34470 $3,842 -$838 837
Gulf Breeze 32561 $3,842 -$838 837
Tavares 32778 $3,843 -$837 836
Eustis 32726 $3,843 -$837 835
Punta Gorda 33950 $3,844 -$836 831
Port Charlotte 33952 $3,844 -$836 831
Punta Gorda 33980 $3,844 -$836 831
Punta Gorda 33983 $3,844 -$836 831
Lamont 32336 $3,846 -$835 829
Monticello 32344 $3,846 -$835 829
Port Charlotte 33981 $3,846 -$834 827
Englewood 34224 $3,846 -$834 827
Ocala 34473 $3,847 -$833 826
Placida 33946 $3,851 -$830 824
Rotonda West 33947 $3,851 -$830 824
Umatilla 32784 $3,851 -$829 823
El Jobean 33927 $3,852 -$829 820
Port Charlotte 33948 $3,852 -$829 820
Port Charlotte 33953 $3,852 -$829 820
Port Charlotte 33954 $3,853 -$828 819
Saint Augustine 32080 $3,855 -$825 818
Eastpoint 32328 $3,858 -$823 815
Saint Johns 32259 $3,857 -$823 815
Apalachicola 32320 $3,855 -$825 815
Lanark Village 32323 $3,858 -$823 814
Carrabelle 32322 $3,858 -$823 813
Ocala 34474 $3,858 -$822 810
Oxford 34484 $3,858 -$822 810
Wildwood 34785 $3,858 -$822 810
Saint Augustine 32095 $3,859 -$822 807
The Villages 32163 $3,858 -$822 807
Ocala 34471 $3,858 -$822 807
Saint Augustine 32084 $3,859 -$822 805
Saint Augustine 32092 $3,859 -$822 805
Dunnellon 34433 $3,861 -$819 804
Beverly Hills 34465 $3,863 -$817 803
Crystal River 34428 $3,863 -$817 802
Venice 34292 $3,865 -$816 801
North Port 34286 $3,865 -$815 800
Punta Gorda 33955 $3,866 -$815 798
Hastings 32145 $3,866 -$815 798
Lloyd 32337 $3,868 -$812 797
Lake City 32025 $3,868 -$812 796
Punta Gorda 33982 $3,870 -$811 795
Dunnellon 34434 $3,871 -$810 793
Paisley 32767 $3,870 -$811 793
Lulu 32061 $3,871 -$809 792
Venice 34293 $3,872 -$809 791
Venice 34285 $3,872 -$809 790
Murdock 33938 $3,872 -$809 789
Inverness 34453 $3,873 -$808 788
Holder 34445 $3,873 -$808 787
Clarksville 32430 $3,875 -$806 783
Melrose 32666 $3,874 -$807 783
Ponte Vedra 32081 $3,873 -$807 783
Hernando 34442 $3,873 -$808 783
Eustis 32736 $3,876 -$805 781
Sorrento 32776 $3,876 -$805 781
Wewahitchka 32449 $3,882 -$798 779
Bonita Springs 34135 $3,881 -$799 779
Altha 32421 $3,882 -$798 778
Ochopee 34141 $3,886 -$795 777
Keystone Heights 32656 $3,889 -$791 776
Blountstown 32424 $3,890 -$790 775
North Port 34287 $3,890 -$790 774
Howey in the Hills 34737 $3,893 -$788 773
North Port 34288 $3,893 -$787 772
Astatula 34705 $3,894 -$787 771
Crystal River 34429 $3,896 -$785 770
Lake Panasoffkee 33538 $3,898 -$783 769
Englewood 34223 $3,900 -$781 768
Inverness 34452 $3,900 -$781 767
Immokalee 34142 $3,902 -$779 763
Homosassa 34446 $3,900 -$781 763
Homosassa 34448 $3,900 -$781 763
Inverness 34450 $3,900 -$781 763
North Port 34291 $3,908 -$773 761
Lecanto 34461 $3,905 -$775 761
North Port 34289 $3,908 -$773 760
Lake Butler 32054 $3,910 -$770 759
Nokomis 34275 $3,912 -$769 758
Mims 32754 $3,914 -$767 754
Titusville 32780 $3,914 -$767 754
Titusville 32796 $3,914 -$767 754
Cocoa 32927 $3,914 -$767 754
Sanibel 33957 $3,916 -$765 753
Captiva 33924 $3,916 -$765 752
Ponte Vedra Beach 32082 $3,916 -$764 750
Coleman 33521 $3,916 -$765 750
Palm Coast 32137 $3,920 -$761 746
Palm Coast 32164 $3,920 -$761 746
Fort Myers Beach 33931 $3,919 -$761 746
Floral City 34436 $3,918 -$762 746
Flagler Beach 32136 $3,920 -$761 745
Bunnell 32110 $3,920 -$761 744
Ferndale 34729 $3,920 -$761 741
Groveland 34736 $3,920 -$761 741
Mascotte 34753 $3,920 -$761 741
Clermont 34715 $3,921 -$759 740
Montverde 34756 $3,923 -$757 739
Merritt Island 32953 $3,923 -$757 737
Clermont 34711 $3,923 -$757 737
Estero 33928 $3,924 -$757 736
Fort Myers 33919 $3,926 -$755 735
Pineland 33945 $3,927 -$753 734
Tallahassee 32310 $3,930 -$750 728
Tallahassee 32311 $3,930 -$750 728
Tallahassee 32312 $3,930 -$750 728
Tallahassee 32313 $3,930 -$750 728
Tallahassee 32317 $3,930 -$750 728
Florahome 32140 $3,930 -$751 728
Patrick Afb 32925 $3,931 -$750 716
Cocoa Beach 32931 $3,931 -$750 716
Satellite Beach 32937 $3,931 -$750 716
Melbourne Beach 32951 $3,931 -$750 716
Merritt Island 32952 $3,931 -$750 716
Tallahassee 32301 $3,930 -$750 716
Tallahassee 32303 $3,930 -$750 716
Tallahassee 32304 $3,930 -$750 716
Tallahassee 32306 $3,930 -$750 716
Tallahassee 32307 $3,930 -$750 716
Tallahassee 32308 $3,930 -$750 716
Tallahassee 32309 $3,930 -$750 716
Cape Canaveral 32920 $3,931 -$750 715
Brooker 32622 $3,933 -$748 714
Chokoloskee 34138 $3,943 -$738 712
Everglades City 34139 $3,943 -$738 712
New Smyrna Beach 32169 $3,943 -$738 711
Daytona Beach 32119 $3,944 -$737 709
Edgewater 32132 $3,943 -$738 709
Center Hill 33514 $3,949 -$732 707
Indialantic 32903 $3,948 -$732 707
Bushnell 33513 $3,949 -$732 706
Port Orange 32129 $3,956 -$725 704
Boca Grande 33921 $3,955 -$726 704
Port Orange 32128 $3,956 -$725 703
Palm Coast 32143 $3,959 -$722 702
Seville 32190 $3,959 -$721 701
Lake Geneva 32160 $3,960 -$721 700
Milton 32571 $3,962 -$719 699
Port Orange 32127 $3,962 -$718 697
New Smyrna Beach 32168 $3,962 -$718 697
Century 32535 $3,965 -$715 695
McDavid 32568 $3,965 -$715 695
Hampton 32044 $3,966 -$715 694
Milton 32570 $3,966 -$715 693
Melbourne 32940 $3,969 -$711 692
Ormond Beach 32174 $3,971 -$710 690
Osprey 34229 $3,970 -$711 690
Daytona Beach 32124 $3,971 -$710 689
Deland 32720 $3,971 -$709 688
Sumterville 33585 $3,972 -$709 687
Milton 32583 $3,972 -$709 686
Pierson 32180 $3,978 -$703 685
Tallahassee 32305 $3,978 -$702 684
Crescent City 32112 $3,979 -$702 674
Grandin 32138 $3,979 -$702 674
Georgetown 32139 $3,979 -$702 674
Hollister 32147 $3,979 -$702 674
Interlachen 32148 $3,979 -$702 674
Lake Como 32157 $3,979 -$702 674
Pomona Park 32181 $3,979 -$702 674
Putnam Hall 32185 $3,979 -$702 674
Satsuma 32189 $3,979 -$702 674
Welaka 32193 $3,979 -$702 674
Fort Myers 33907 $3,981 -$699 672
Fort Myers 33908 $3,981 -$699 672
Cocoa 32926 $3,990 -$691 671
Rockledge 32955 $3,990 -$691 670
Cocoa 32922 $3,990 -$690 669
Scottsmoor 32775 $3,991 -$690 668
Raiford 32083 $3,993 -$687 667
Fort Myers 33967 $3,993 -$687 666
Starke 32091 $3,996 -$685 664
Fort Myers 33965 $3,993 -$687 664
San Mateo 32187 $3,997 -$683 662
Lawtey 32058 $3,996 -$685 662
East Palatka 32131 $3,997 -$683 661
Melbourne 32904 $3,999 -$681 659
Edgewater 32141 $3,997 -$683 659
Clermont 34714 $4,000 -$680 658
Alva 33920 $4,001 -$680 657
Arcadia 34269 $4,001 -$679 656
Sarasota 34241 $4,005 -$675 655
Arcadia 34266 $4,013 -$667 654
Barberville 32105 $4,014 -$667 653
North Fort Myers 33917 $4,016 -$665 652
Melbourne 32934 $4,017 -$664 651
Sarasota 34231 $4,028 -$652 650
Daytona Beach 32117 $4,031 -$649 647
Ormond Beach 32176 $4,031 -$649 647
Sarasota 34233 $4,029 -$651 647
Daytona Beach 32114 $4,031 -$649 646
Daytona Beach 32118 $4,038 -$643 645
Sarasota 34242 $4,039 -$642 644
Bokeelia 33922 $4,042 -$638 642
Saint James City 33956 $4,042 -$638 642
Melbourne 32935 $4,045 -$635 641
Cape Coral 33904 $4,047 -$633 639
Cape Coral 33914 $4,047 -$633 639
Cape Coral 33991 $4,048 -$633 638
Cape Coral 33993 $4,049 -$632 637
North Fort Myers 33903 $4,052 -$628 634
Cape Coral 33909 $4,052 -$628 634
Cape Coral 33990 $4,052 -$628 634
Sarasota 34232 $4,055 -$626 633
Sanderson 32087 $4,060 -$621 632
Fort Myers 33912 $4,060 -$620 631
Bryceville 32009 $4,061 -$619 629
Fort Myers 33901 $4,060 -$620 629
Hilliard 32046 $4,063 -$618 628
Sebastian 32976 $4,064 -$617 627
Moore Haven 33471 $4,067 -$613 626
Fort Myers 33913 $4,071 -$610 624
Fort Myers 33916 $4,071 -$610 624
Zolfo Springs 33890 $4,072 -$609 623
Fort Myers 33966 $4,072 -$608 622
Wauchula 33873 $4,073 -$608 621
Sarasota 34236 $4,073 -$607 620
Sarasota 34238 $4,074 -$607 619
De Leon Springs 32130 $4,074 -$607 618
Bostwick 32007 $4,078 -$602 616
Palatka 32177 $4,078 -$602 616
Venus 33960 $4,080 -$601 615
Sarasota 34234 $4,080 -$601 614
Sarasota 34239 $4,081 -$600 613
Sebring 33870 $4,086 -$594 610
Sebring 33872 $4,086 -$594 610
Sebring 33875 $4,086 -$594 610
Lake Placid 33852 $4,087 -$594 607
Lorida 33857 $4,087 -$594 607
Sebring 33876 $4,087 -$594 607
Sarasota 34235 $4,090 -$591 606
Glen Saint Mary 32040 $4,090 -$591 605
Bowling Green 33834 $4,095 -$585 604
Osteen 32764 $4,099 -$581 603
Vero Beach 32967 $4,100 -$580 602
Vero Beach 32966 $4,100 -$580 601
Glenwood 32722 $4,101 -$579 599
Oak Hill 32759 $4,100 -$580 599
Ona 33865 $4,104 -$577 598
Melbourne 32901 $4,104 -$576 597
Sebastian 32958 $4,105 -$575 594
Vero Beach 32960 $4,105 -$575 594
Wabasso 32970 $4,105 -$575 594
Fernandina Beach 32034 $4,109 -$572 593
Lehigh Acres 33936 $4,112 -$568 588
Lehigh Acres 33972 $4,112 -$568 588
Lehigh Acres 33973 $4,112 -$568 588
Lehigh Acres 33974 $4,112 -$568 588
Lehigh Acres 33976 $4,112 -$568 588
Lake Helen 32744 $4,113 -$568 587
Yulee 32097 $4,114 -$567 586
Pensacola 32501 $4,114 -$566 585
Fort Myers 33905 $4,115 -$566 584
Vero Beach 32968 $4,115 -$565 583
Vero Beach 32962 $4,121 -$560 582
Callahan 32011 $4,121 -$560 581
Sarasota 34237 $4,124 -$556 580
Green Cove Springs 32043 $4,126 -$554 579
Macclenny 32063 $4,127 -$554 578
Debary 32713 $4,127 -$553 577
Pensacola 32502 $4,132 -$549 569
Pensacola 32503 $4,132 -$549 569
Pensacola 32504 $4,132 -$549 569
Pensacola 32505 $4,132 -$549 569
Pensacola 32506 $4,132 -$549 569
Pensacola 32507 $4,132 -$549 569
Pensacola 32508 $4,132 -$549 569
Pensacola 32526 $4,132 -$549 569
Palm Bay 32908 $4,132 -$548 568
Palm Bay 32905 $4,135 -$546 563
Palm Bay 32907 $4,135 -$546 563
Palm Bay 32909 $4,135 -$546 563
Grant 32949 $4,135 -$546 563
Malabar 32950 $4,135 -$546 563
Molino 32577 $4,137 -$543 562
Cassadaga 32706 $4,157 -$523 561
Orange City 32763 $4,158 -$523 560
Lake Monroe 32747 $4,162 -$519 558
Sanford 32771 $4,162 -$519 558
Deland 32724 $4,164 -$516 557
Mid Florida 32799 $4,164 -$516 555
Deland 32723 $4,164 -$516 555
Pensacola 32534 $4,166 -$514 554
Lehigh Acres 33971 $4,168 -$512 553
Sanford 32773 $4,168 -$512 552
Mid Florida 32745 $4,173 -$508 551
Oviedo 32765 $4,173 -$507 550
Longboat Key 34228 $4,173 -$507 549
Sarasota 34240 $4,175 -$506 548
Fellsmere 32948 $4,177 -$503 547
Geneva 32732 $4,180 -$501 544
Lake Mary 32746 $4,180 -$501 544
Oviedo 32766 $4,180 -$501 544
Pensacola 32514 $4,184 -$496 543
Sarasota 34243 $4,191 -$489 542
Fleming Island 32003 $4,196 -$485 539
Orange Park 32065 $4,196 -$485 539
Middleburg 32068 $4,196 -$485 539
Cantonment 32533 $4,203 -$478 538
Doctors Inlet 32030 $4,207 -$473 537
Longwood 32750 $4,212 -$469 536
Longwood 32779 $4,215 -$465 535
Winter Springs 32708 $4,217 -$464 534
Felda 33930 $4,224 -$457 532
Labelle 33935 $4,224 -$457 532
Palmdale 33944 $4,227 -$453 531
Deltona 32725 $4,236 -$445 529
Deltona 32738 $4,236 -$445 529
Altamonte Springs 32701 $4,248 -$432 528
Avon Park 33825 $4,249 -$432 527
Orange Park 32073 $4,249 -$432 526
Tallevast 34270 $4,250 -$430 525
Casselberry 32707 $4,282 -$398 523
Altamonte Springs 32714 $4,282 -$398 523
Webster 33597 $4,294 -$387 522
Vero Beach 32963 $4,296 -$385 521
Neptune Beach 32266 $4,296 -$385 520
Jacksonville 32223 $4,298 -$382 513
Jacksonville 32224 $4,298 -$382 513
Jacksonville 32227 $4,298 -$382 513
Atlantic Beach 32233 $4,298 -$382 513
Jacksonville Beach 32250 $4,298 -$382 513
Jacksonville 32256 $4,298 -$382 513
Jacksonville 32258 $4,298 -$382 513
Kathleen 33849 $4,302 -$378 512
Lakeland 33801 $4,305 -$375 511
Clewiston 33440 $4,306 -$375 510
Mulberry 33860 $4,316 -$364 509
Fort Pierce 34945 $4,317 -$364 508
Fort Ogden 34267 $4,320 -$360 507
Frostproof 33843 $4,322 -$358 506
Fort Meade 33841 $4,324 -$357 505
Fort Pierce 34946 $4,332 -$348 503
Fort Pierce 34951 $4,332 -$348 503
Jacksonville 32225 $4,333 -$347 501
Jacksonville 32246 $4,333 -$347 501
Jacksonville 32234 $4,336 -$344 500
Oneco 34264 $4,339 -$341 499
Bradenton 34203 $4,341 -$339 498
Lakeland 33809 $4,342 -$338 497
Lakeland 33815 $4,345 -$335 496
Lakeland 33805 $4,346 -$335 494
Lakeland 33810 $4,346 -$335 494
Bradenton 34211 $4,347 -$333 493
Myakka City 34251 $4,353 -$328 491
Bradenton 34202 $4,352 -$329 491
Winter Haven 33884 $4,353 -$327 490
Auburndale 33823 $4,353 -$327 489
Lakeland 33811 $4,359 -$322 486
Lakeland 33813 $4,359 -$322 486
Bradenton 34212 $4,358 -$322 486
Lakeland 33803 $4,359 -$322 485
Eaton Park 33840 $4,360 -$321 484
Bradenton Beach 34217 $4,362 -$319 483
Nichols 33863 $4,362 -$318 481
Casselberry 32730 $4,362 -$318 481
Bradley 33835 $4,362 -$318 480
Bradenton 34201 $4,365 -$315 479
Davenport 33897 $4,369 -$312 478
Polk City 33868 $4,370 -$311 477
Lake Wales 33898 $4,371 -$310 476
Bartow 33830 $4,372 -$308 473
Lake Wales 33853 $4,372 -$308 473
Lake Wales 33859 $4,372 -$308 473
Parrish 34219 $4,379 -$302 471
Babson Park 33827 $4,374 -$307 471
Telogia 32360 $4,385 -$296 470
Sumatra 32335 $4,385 -$296 469
Eagle Lake 33839 $4,389 -$291 467
Winter Haven 33880 $4,389 -$291 467
Maitland 32751 $4,398 -$283 466
Jacksonville 32216 $4,404 -$276 465
River Ranch 33867 $4,407 -$274 464
Homeland 33847 $4,408 -$272 460
Lakeshore 33854 $4,408 -$272 460
Indian Lake Estates 33855 $4,408 -$272 460
Nalcrest 33856 $4,408 -$272 460
Lakeland 33812 $4,414 -$266 459
Ellenton 34222 $4,418 -$262 458
Dundee 33838 $4,421 -$259 457
Jacksonville 32226 $4,424 -$256 456
Jacksonville 32257 $4,429 -$251 454
Bradenton 34209 $4,427 -$254 454
Jacksonville 32217 $4,429 -$251 453
Okeechobee 34974 $4,430 -$250 452
Port Saint Lucie 34986 $4,434 -$246 450
Port Saint Lucie 34987 $4,434 -$246 450
Winter Haven 33881 $4,440 -$241 449
Haines City 33844 $4,458 -$222 448
Lake Alfred 33850 $4,465 -$216 446
Lake Hamilton 33851 $4,465 -$216 446
Mount Dora 32757 $4,479 -$201 445
Jensen Beach 34957 $4,486 -$194 443
Stuart 34996 $4,486 -$194 443
Winter Park 32792 $4,489 -$192 442
Jacksonville 32212 $4,489 -$191 441
Davenport 33837 $4,490 -$191 439
Davenport 33896 $4,490 -$191 439
Zellwood 32798 $4,490 -$190 438
Jacksonville 32222 $4,494 -$187 437
Jacksonville 32099 $4,494 -$186 434
Jacksonville 32220 $4,494 -$186 434
Jacksonville 32221 $4,494 -$186 434
Plymouth 32768 $4,497 -$183 433
Cortez 34215 $4,498 -$182 432
Bradenton 34210 $4,500 -$180 431
Okeechobee 34972 $4,501 -$180 430
Indiantown 34956 $4,504 -$176 426
Palm City 34990 $4,504 -$176 426
Stuart 34994 $4,504 -$176 426
Stuart 34997 $4,504 -$176 426
Fort Pierce 34947 $4,507 -$173 421
Fort Pierce 34950 $4,507 -$173 421
Fort Pierce 34981 $4,507 -$173 421
Fort Pierce 34982 $4,507 -$173 421
Hobe Sound 33455 $4,504 -$176 421
Jacksonville 32277 $4,509 -$171 420
Apopka 32703 $4,514 -$166 419
Apopka 32712 $4,521 -$159 418
Key Largo 33037 $4,523 -$157 417
Graham 32042 $4,523 -$157 416
Gotha 34734 $4,524 -$157 415
Ocoee 34761 $4,526 -$155 414
Marathon Shores 33052 $4,527 -$154 413
Olustee 32072 $4,528 -$152 406
Long Key 33001 $4,527 -$154 406
Key West 33040 $4,527 -$154 406
Summerland Key 33042 $4,527 -$154 406
Big Pine Key 33043 $4,527 -$154 406
Marathon 33050 $4,527 -$154 406
Key Colony Beach 33051 $4,527 -$154 406
Saint Cloud 34773 $4,528 -$152 405
Islamorada 33036 $4,530 -$151 403
Tavernier 33070 $4,530 -$151 403
Jacksonville 32218 $4,539 -$141 401
Jacksonville 32219 $4,539 -$141 401
Jacksonville 32202 $4,540 -$140 400
Winter Garden 34787 $4,548 -$133 398
Jacksonville 32254 $4,547 -$133 398
Killarney 34740 $4,548 -$133 397
Jacksonville 32244 $4,548 -$133 396
Fort Pierce 34949 $4,549 -$132 395
Jacksonville 32206 $4,549 -$132 393
Jacksonville 32209 $4,549 -$132 393
Jacksonville 32204 $4,552 -$129 392
Christmas 32709 $4,552 -$128 391
Windermere 34786 $4,555 -$126 390
Port Saint Lucie 34952 $4,575 -$106 388
Port Saint Lucie 34983 $4,575 -$106 388
Port Saint Lucie 34984 $4,593 -$88 386
Kissimmee 34759 $4,591 -$89 386
Port Saint Lucie 34953 $4,593 -$88 385
Orlando 32836 $4,625 -$56 384
Terra Ceia 34250 $4,631 -$49 383
Palmetto 34221 $4,632 -$48 382
Orlando 32820 $4,633 -$47 381
Orlando 32832 $4,633 -$47 380
Jacksonville 32208 $4,637 -$43 379
Kenansville 34739 $4,641 -$39 378
Anna Maria 34216 $4,645 -$35 377
Jacksonville 32211 $4,646 -$34 376
Orlando 32814 $4,651 -$29 375
Jacksonville 32210 $4,655 -$25 374
Orlando 32819 $4,657 -$24 373
Jacksonville 32207 $4,660 -$21 372
Orlando 32834 $4,661 -$20 371
Orlando 32831 $4,666 -$14 369
Orlando 32833 $4,666 -$14 369
Orlando 32803 $4,672 -$8 368
Winter Park 32789 $4,673 -$7 366
Kissimmee 34747 $4,673 -$7 366
Saint Cloud 34772 $4,679 -$2 365
Orlando 32801 $4,685 +$5 364
Orlando 32828 $4,688 +$7 363
Jacksonville 32205 $4,689 +$8 362
Orlando 32821 $4,691 +$10 361
Nobleton 34661 $4,692 +$12 360
Orlando 32816 $4,693 +$12 358
Brooksville 34601 $4,692 +$12 358
Saint Cloud 34771 $4,694 +$14 357
Brooksville 34602 $4,715 +$35 356
Orlando 32829 $4,726 +$46 355
Orlando 32817 $4,727 +$46 353
Orlando 32826 $4,727 +$46 353
Orlando 32827 $4,732 +$51 352
Orlando 32837 $4,767 +$87 351
Orlando 32806 $4,778 +$98 350
Bradenton 34207 $4,783 +$102 349
Bradenton 34205 $4,784 +$103 347
Bradenton 34208 $4,784 +$103 347
Saint Cloud 34769 $4,792 +$111 346
Orlando 32812 $4,802 +$121 345
Orlando 32807 $4,803 +$123 344
Intercession City 33848 $4,822 +$141 343
Kissimmee 34746 $4,827 +$146 341
Kissimmee 34758 $4,827 +$146 341
Kissimmee 34744 $4,828 +$147 340
Kissimmee 34741 $4,830 +$150 339
Orlando 32825 $4,834 +$154 338
Istachatta 34636 $4,863 +$182 337
Jupiter 33458 $4,864 +$183 334
Brooksville 34613 $4,863 +$182 334
Brooksville 34614 $4,863 +$182 334
Orlando 32804 $4,872 +$192 333
Orlando 32835 $4,873 +$193 332
Spring Hill 34606 $4,875 +$195 331
Brooksville 34604 $4,886 +$205 330
Spring Hill 34608 $4,898 +$218 328
Spring Hill 34609 $4,898 +$218 328
Orlando 32822 $4,903 +$222 327
Spring Hill 34607 $4,909 +$229 326
Orlando 32810 $4,925 +$244 325
Kissimmee 34743 $4,983 +$303 324
Orlando 32824 $5,014 +$334 323
Jupiter 33478 $5,058 +$378 322
Jupiter 33469 $5,067 +$386 321
Jupiter 33477 $5,099 +$418 320
Orlando 32805 $5,104 +$424 318
Orlando 32811 $5,104 +$424 318
Orlando 32839 $5,117 +$436 316
Spring Hill 34610 $5,117 +$436 316
Orlando 32809 $5,117 +$436 315
Zephyrhills 33542 $5,117 +$437 311
Wesley Chapel 33545 $5,117 +$437 311
Saint Leo 33574 $5,117 +$437 311
Trilby 33593 $5,117 +$437 311
Land O' Lakes 34637 $5,134 +$454 310
Sun City Center 33573 $5,148 +$468 309
Palm Beach Gardens 33418 $5,152 +$471 306
Ruskin 33570 $5,148 +$468 306
Apollo Beach 33572 $5,148 +$468 306
Wesley Chapel 33544 $5,161 +$481 305
Plant City 33567 $5,173 +$492 304
Wimauma 33598 $5,182 +$501 303
Orlando 32808 $5,186 +$505 299
Plant City 33565 $5,184 +$503 299
Plant City 33563 $5,183 +$503 299
Plant City 33566 $5,183 +$503 299
Zephyrhills 33540 $5,186 +$506 297
San Antonio 33576 $5,186 +$506 297
Dade City 33525 $5,186 +$506 296
Dade City 33523 $5,186 +$506 295
Orlando 32818 $5,196 +$515 294
Seminole 33772 $5,203 +$522 290
Seminole 33776 $5,203 +$522 290
Indian Rocks Beach 33785 $5,203 +$522 290
Belleair Beach 33786 $5,203 +$522 290
Saint Petersburg 33706 $5,205 +$525 289
Saint Petersburg 33715 $5,216 +$535 288
Tarpon Springs 34688 $5,221 +$541 287
Zephyrhills 33541 $5,231 +$550 286
Saint Petersburg 33708 $5,231 +$551 285
Lake Harbor 33459 $5,237 +$557 284
Largo 33774 $5,241 +$561 283
Clearwater Beach 33767 $5,246 +$565 282
Largo 33778 $5,248 +$567 281
Palm Harbor 34685 $5,252 +$572 280
North Palm Beach 33408 $5,255 +$574 279
Land O' Lakes 34638 $5,255 +$574 278
Palm Beach Gardens 33410 $5,260 +$579 277
Clearwater 33765 $5,260 +$579 276
Wesley Chapel 33543 $5,265 +$584 275
Largo 33773 $5,269 +$588 273
Seminole 33777 $5,269 +$588 273
Largo 33770 $5,291 +$610 272
Land O' Lakes 34639 $5,295 +$615 271
Clearwater 33755 $5,299 +$618 270
Hudson 34667 $5,300 +$619 268
Hudson 34669 $5,300 +$619 268
Clearwater 33761 $5,309 +$628 266
Safety Harbor 34695 $5,309 +$628 266
Clearwater 33760 $5,312 +$631 262
Clearwater 33763 $5,312 +$631 262
Clearwater 33764 $5,312 +$631 262
Largo 33771 $5,312 +$631 262
Dover 33527 $5,315 +$635 261
Pinellas Park 33782 $5,322 +$642 260
Ozona 34660 $5,328 +$647 257
Oldsmar 34677 $5,328 +$647 257
Crystal Beach 34681 $5,328 +$647 257
Saint Petersburg 33704 $5,329 +$648 255
Tarpon Springs 34689 $5,329 +$648 255
Saint Petersburg 33701 $5,329 +$648 254
Clearwater 33756 $5,329 +$649 253
Clearwater 33762 $5,333 +$653 252
Saint Petersburg 33702 $5,335 +$655 249
Saint Petersburg 33703 $5,335 +$655 249
Saint Petersburg 33716 $5,335 +$655 249
New Port Richey 34655 $5,335 +$655 248
Saint Petersburg 33730 $5,339 +$658 247
Saint Petersburg 33707 $5,344 +$663 245
Saint Petersburg 33709 $5,344 +$663 245
Pahokee 33476 $5,346 +$666 244
Dunedin 34698 $5,347 +$667 243
Clearwater 33759 $5,351 +$670 242
Saint Petersburg 33710 $5,354 +$674 241
South Bay 33493 $5,358 +$677 239
Valrico 33596 $5,355 +$675 239
Belle Glade 33430 $5,358 +$677 238
Pinellas Park 33781 $5,365 +$684 237
Lithia 33547 $5,366 +$685 236
Canal Point 33438 $5,366 +$686 235
Palm Harbor 34683 $5,367 +$686 234
New Port Richey 34653 $5,367 +$687 232
Aripeka 34679 $5,367 +$687 232
Saint Petersburg 33711 $5,370 +$689 227
Saint Petersburg 33712 $5,370 +$689 227
Saint Petersburg 33713 $5,370 +$689 227
Saint Petersburg 33714 $5,370 +$689 227
Holiday 34690 $5,369 +$688 227
Saint Petersburg 33705 $5,370 +$689 226
Valrico 33594 $5,384 +$703 225
Palm Harbor 34684 $5,386 +$706 224
New Port Richey 34652 $5,395 +$715 221
Port Richey 34668 $5,395 +$715 221
Holiday 34691 $5,395 +$715 221
New Port Richey 34654 $5,398 +$718 220
Lutz 33548 $5,405 +$725 219
Loxahatchee 33470 $5,417 +$737 218
Riverview 33579 $5,476 +$796 217
Lutz 33559 $5,517 +$836 216
Thonotosassa 33592 $5,518 +$837 215
Riverview 33569 $5,528 +$847 214
Lutz 33558 $5,571 +$891 213
Seffner 33584 $5,574 +$893 212
Tampa 33647 $5,576 +$895 211
Odessa 33556 $5,576 +$896 210
Gibsonton 33534 $5,602 +$922 209
Lutz 33549 $5,602 +$922 208
Brandon 33511 $5,609 +$928 207
West Palm Beach 33412 $5,616 +$936 206
Sun City 33586 $5,636 +$956 205
Durant 33530 $5,637 +$957 203
Sydney 33587 $5,637 +$957 203
Hollywood 33028 $5,639 +$959 202
Tampa 33626 $5,652 +$972 201
Fort Lauderdale 33327 $5,655 +$975 200
Fort Lauderdale 33332 $5,671 +$990 199
Hollywood 33029 $5,672 +$992 198
Riverview 33578 $5,695 +$1,015 197
Fort Lauderdale 33331 $5,705 +$1,024 196
Hollywood 33027 $5,727 +$1,047 195
Fort Lauderdale 33330 $5,727 +$1,047 194
Fort Lauderdale 33326 $5,750 +$1,070 193
Tampa 33617 $5,760 +$1,080 192
Hollywood 33026 $5,778 +$1,098 191
Fort Lauderdale 33394 $5,783 +$1,103 190
Fort Lauderdale 33328 $5,785 +$1,104 189
Tampa 33621 $5,823 +$1,142 188
Fort Lauderdale 33306 $5,823 +$1,143 186
Fort Lauderdale 33308 $5,823 +$1,143 186
Fort Lauderdale 33305 $5,835 +$1,154 185
Fort Lauderdale 33316 $5,837 +$1,156 184
Fort Lauderdale 33304 $5,842 +$1,161 183
Fort Lauderdale 33301 $5,845 +$1,164 182
Fort Lauderdale 33324 $5,847 +$1,166 180
Fort Lauderdale 33325 $5,847 +$1,166 180
Fort Lauderdale 33317 $5,849 +$1,168 179
Fort Lauderdale 33388 $5,852 +$1,172 178
Hollywood 33024 $5,888 +$1,208 177
Fort Lauderdale 33315 $5,889 +$1,209 176
Tampa 33618 $5,907 +$1,226 175
Boca Raton 33434 $5,911 +$1,230 174
Fort Lauderdale 33334 $5,922 +$1,242 173
Pompano Beach 33073 $5,926 +$1,246 172
Boca Raton 33428 $5,927 +$1,246 171
Pompano Beach 33066 $5,932 +$1,251 170
Brandon 33510 $5,933 +$1,253 168
Pompano Beach 33063 $5,932 +$1,251 168
Fort Lauderdale 33323 $5,939 +$1,259 167
Deerfield Beach 33442 $5,947 +$1,267 166
Boca Raton 33433 $5,954 +$1,274 165
Boca Raton 33487 $5,958 +$1,277 164
Tampa 33620 $5,962 +$1,281 160
Boca Raton 33431 $5,958 +$1,277 160
Boca Raton 33432 $5,958 +$1,277 160
Boca Raton 33486 $5,958 +$1,277 160
Pompano Beach 33062 $5,964 +$1,284 159
Miami Beach 33139 $5,968 +$1,287 158
Hollywood 33025 $5,987 +$1,307 157
Tampa 33629 $5,991 +$1,310 155
Tampa 33616 $5,989 +$1,308 155
Tampa 33611 $5,991 +$1,310 154
Pompano Beach 33067 $5,998 +$1,318 152
Pompano Beach 33076 $5,998 +$1,318 152
West Palm Beach 33411 $6,005 +$1,324 150
Wellington 33414 $6,005 +$1,324 150
Boca Raton 33496 $6,008 +$1,327 148
Boca Raton 33498 $6,008 +$1,327 148
Pompano Beach 33065 $6,022 +$1,342 146
Pompano Beach 33071 $6,022 +$1,342 146
Pompano Beach 33064 $6,029 +$1,348 144
Deerfield Beach 33441 $6,029 +$1,348 144
Fort Lauderdale 33321 $6,041 +$1,361 142
Fort Lauderdale 33351 $6,041 +$1,361 142
West Palm Beach 33403 $6,042 +$1,361 140
West Palm Beach 33404 $6,042 +$1,361 140
Fort Lauderdale 33322 $6,047 +$1,367 139
Boynton Beach 33472 $6,058 +$1,377 137
Boynton Beach 33473 $6,058 +$1,377 137
Hollywood 33023 $6,081 +$1,401 136
Delray Beach 33483 $6,083 +$1,402 135
Pompano Beach 33060 $6,086 +$1,406 134
Lake Worth 33449 $6,095 +$1,415 133
Boynton Beach 33436 $6,096 +$1,416 131
Boynton Beach 33437 $6,096 +$1,416 131
Delray Beach 33484 $6,097 +$1,416 130
Delray Beach 33444 $6,102 +$1,422 129
Tampa 33609 $6,108 +$1,427 128
West Palm Beach 33415 $6,117 +$1,436 126
West Palm Beach 33417 $6,117 +$1,436 126
West Palm Beach 33413 $6,121 +$1,440 125
West Palm Beach 33407 $6,124 +$1,443 124
Pompano Beach 33069 $6,132 +$1,452 123
Delray Beach 33446 $6,139 +$1,458 122
Pompano Beach 33068 $6,152 +$1,471 121
Lake Worth 33467 $6,153 +$1,473 120
Boynton Beach 33426 $6,159 +$1,479 118
Boynton Beach 33435 $6,159 +$1,479 118
Tampa 33637 $6,189 +$1,508 117
Tampa 33635 $6,189 +$1,508 116
Fort Lauderdale 33319 $6,191 +$1,510 115
Delray Beach 33445 $6,201 +$1,520 114
Fort Lauderdale 33314 $6,203 +$1,523 113
Fort Lauderdale 33312 $6,216 +$1,536 112
Fort Lauderdale 33309 $6,225 +$1,545 111
Palm Beach 33480 $6,226 +$1,545 110
Miami Beach 33154 $6,228 +$1,548 109
Tampa 33625 $6,237 +$1,556 108
Hollywood 33021 $6,255 +$1,575 107
Tampa 33624 $6,264 +$1,584 106
Tampa 33613 $6,266 +$1,585 105
West Palm Beach 33405 $6,276 +$1,596 104
Fort Lauderdale 33313 $6,276 +$1,596 102
West Palm Beach 33401 $6,276 +$1,596 102
West Palm Beach 33406 $6,279 +$1,598 100
West Palm Beach 33409 $6,279 +$1,598 100
Lake Worth 33462 $6,290 +$1,610 99
Lake Worth 33460 $6,293 +$1,612 98
Lake Worth 33461 $6,298 +$1,617 97
Miami Beach 33140 $6,305 +$1,625 96
Fort Lauderdale 33311 $6,305 +$1,625 95
Hollywood 33019 $6,312 +$1,631 94
Miami 33158 $6,314 +$1,634 93
Miami Beach 33141 $6,328 +$1,647 92
Miami 33143 $6,329 +$1,648 91
Hollywood 33020 $6,330 +$1,649 90
Dania 33004 $6,332 +$1,652 89
Lake Worth 33463 $6,344 +$1,664 88
Miami 33156 $6,376 +$1,696 87
Miami 33176 $6,384 +$1,704 86
Miami 33146 $6,418 +$1,738 85
Miami 33157 $6,435 +$1,755 84
Hallandale 33009 $6,447 +$1,766 83
Tampa 33610 $6,495 +$1,815 82
Tampa 33619 $6,514 +$1,834 81
Miami 33180 $6,549 +$1,869 80
Miami 33178 $6,554 +$1,874 79
North Miami Beach 33160 $6,571 +$1,890 78
Miami 33186 $6,588 +$1,907 77
Miami Beach 33109 $6,635 +$1,955 76
Miami 33173 $6,646 +$1,965 75
Miami 33187 $6,666 +$1,986 73
Miami 33196 $6,666 +$1,986 73
Tampa 33615 $6,673 +$1,993 72
Miami 33183 $6,682 +$2,002 71
Key Biscayne 33149 $6,684 +$2,003 70
Miami 33185 $6,706 +$2,025 69
Miami 33138 $6,726 +$2,046 68
Tampa 33634 $6,733 +$2,053 67
Tampa 33606 $6,738 +$2,057 66
Miami 33193 $6,753 +$2,073 65
Miami 33131 $6,764 +$2,084 64
Miami 33181 $6,770 +$2,089 63
Miami 33189 $6,777 +$2,097 62
Miami 33166 $6,801 +$2,120 61
Homestead 33035 $6,811 +$2,131 60
Tampa 33604 $6,816 +$2,135 59
Miami 33137 $6,820 +$2,140 58
Tampa 33614 $6,828 +$2,148 57
Miami 33132 $6,831 +$2,150 56
Hialeah 33015 $6,836 +$2,156 55
Tampa 33612 $6,850 +$2,170 54
Tampa 33605 $6,855 +$2,174 53
Homestead 33033 $6,860 +$2,179 52
Miami 33179 $6,863 +$2,183 51
Miami 33190 $6,869 +$2,188 50
Homestead 33030 $6,870 +$2,190 47
Homestead 33031 $6,870 +$2,190 47
Homestead 33034 $6,870 +$2,190 47
Hialeah 33018 $6,873 +$2,193 46
Opa Locka 33056 $6,875 +$2,194 45
Miami 33177 $6,885 +$2,204 43
Opa Locka 33055 $6,881 +$2,200 43
Miami 33170 $6,885 +$2,204 42
Tampa 33602 $6,895 +$2,214 41
Miami 33182 $6,905 +$2,224 40
Miami 33172 $6,905 +$2,225 39
Homestead 33039 $6,914 +$2,233 38
Miami 33129 $6,922 +$2,241 37
Tampa 33603 $6,932 +$2,251 36
Miami 33133 $6,951 +$2,270 35
Miami 33155 $6,966 +$2,285 34
Tampa 33607 $6,976 +$2,296 33
Miami 33161 $6,983 +$2,303 32
Miami 33134 $6,991 +$2,310 31
Miami 33194 $7,023 +$2,343 30
Homestead 33032 $7,025 +$2,344 29
Hialeah 33014 $7,025 +$2,345 28
Miami 33165 $7,079 +$2,398 27
Miami 33169 $7,079 +$2,398 26
Miami 33162 $7,110 +$2,430 25
Miami 33175 $7,128 +$2,447 24
Hialeah 33016 $7,147 +$2,466 23
Miami 33184 $7,154 +$2,473 22
Opa Locka 33054 $7,162 +$2,482 21
Miami 33122 $7,164 +$2,483 20
Miami 33174 $7,179 +$2,498 18
Miami 33199 $7,179 +$2,498 18
Miami 33144 $7,198 +$2,517 17
Miami 33145 $7,199 +$2,519 16
Miami 33167 $7,216 +$2,536 15
Miami 33168 $7,241 +$2,560 14
Hialeah 33013 $7,276 +$2,595 13
Miami 33126 $7,297 +$2,617 12
Hialeah 33012 $7,305 +$2,624 11
Miami 33128 $7,404 +$2,724 10
Miami 33150 $7,429 +$2,748 9
Hialeah 33010 $7,448 +$2,768 8
Miami 33127 $7,517 +$2,837 7
Miami 33130 $7,593 +$2,912 5
Miami 33136 $7,593 +$2,912 5
Miami 33125 $7,607 +$2,926 3
Miami 33135 $7,607 +$2,926 3
Miami 33147 $7,626 +$2,946 2
Miami 33142 $7,631 +$2,951 1

The above chart lists the least expensive city and zip code combinations in Florida all the way down to the most expensive. There are 1,029 total areas in Florida ranked by how expensive the car insurance is in that area.

  • Ranking of 1 = Most Expensive
  • Ranking of 1,029 = Cheapest

Don’t see your city or zip code above? Use the search box to quickly find it.

Miami holds the top seven most expensive areas in Florida for car insurance, and Gainesville has the most zip codes with the least expensive car insurance in the state.

Here’s how the five most and least expensive areas in Florida compare to the state average for their car insurance rates:

Most and least expensive cities for car insurance in Florida compared to state average

How do your car insurance rates compare to Florida’s average annual cost of $4,681? Stick with us, and we can help you keep your rates below the average.

– Best Florida Car Insurance Companies

Commercials, flyers, billboards, emails, Facebook ads . . . car insurance companies seem to be everywhere these days. Do you feel overwhelmed by the topic? Does it seem impossible to know who you can trust in the insurance world? You’re not alone.

You face a personal, highly sensitive decision of where to invest your hard-earned money.

It’s essential that you know – without a doubt – that your insurance will fully cover costly damages and medical care you and your family could desperately need in the horrible event of a crash.

This is a MAJOR decision that no one should take lightly. Keep reading for some quick, essential statistics about the car insurance companies in Florida. This guide will help you know who you can trust.

Don’t worry, we are an impartial source—we do not work for any of these companies. We’re just rounding up and laying out the must-know facts for our readers.

Let’s start by looking at the financial strength of the biggest car insurance providers in Florida.

– Financial Ratings of the LARGEST Companies in Florida

Group (by Size: Largest at the Top) A.M. Best Rating
GEICO A++
State Farm A++
Progressive A+
Allstate A+
USAA A++
Liberty Mutual A
Travelers A++
AmTrust A-
Windhaven A
Infinity A-

You probably recognize those grades we all wanted in school, but do you know what they mean when it comes to an insurer’s financial standing?

Here’s the rating guide straight from A.M. Best (Text too small? Click on the image for full size):

A.M. Best Ratings and scores explained

Four of the largest auto insurance companies in Florida have the highest A.M. Best score possible (A++) thanks to a “superior ability to meet their ongoing insurance obligations.”

Everyone deserves the peace of mind that their insurance provider will pay for any and all claims they owe.

– Companies with the BEST Ratings in Florida

J.D. Power has been successfully collecting and analyzing the opinions of consumers around the world for over 50 years. Here is what they found in their most recent study regarding customer satisfaction of their car insurance companies:

FL car insurance companies customer service scores: JD Power

USAA (only for military families) and MetLife are the only two companies in Florida to receive J.D. Power’s highest rating: “Among the best.”

The phenomenal score of 849 (23 points higher than the national average) proves that MetLife’s Florida customers have been very happy overall. What’s impressive is that MetLife and USAA scored higher than the most well-known names in car insurance.

J.D. Power shared insight from their findings in this 2018 auto insurance study:

“Overall satisfaction tends to be highest when customers interact via a mix of online and offline methods of communication…When there is an insurer-initiated premium increase, it is important to communicate that an increase is coming.”

Car insurance customers want multiple ways to get the info and help they need, and they want to be warned before their rates go up. That’s not much to ask. Good job, MetLife.

– Companies with MOST Complaints in Florida

What’s just as telling as financial strength and happy customers? . . . the NOT-so-happy customers.

That’s why we found the complaint index for the 30 largest car insurance companies in Florida.

Complaint index is a weighted ratio of the number of consumer complaints filed with the Department of Insurance against the number of premiums written by that same insurance company.

The below chart ranks the largest Florida providers by the number of confirmed complaints that have been filed against them. The car insurance companies with the highest complaint ratios are the at top.

  • Ranking of 1 = Least Complaints
  • Ranking of 30 = Most Complaints
Company Premiums Market Share Complaint Index Rank
First Acceptance $44,787,861 0.3% 11.41 30
Ocean Harbor $160,478,033 0.9% 8.33 29
Windhaven $354,136,452 2.0% 7.75 28
National General $86,253,859 0.6% 3.75 27
Direct General $203,221,482 1.2% 3.14 26
United Automobile $174,930,840 1.0% 3.00 25
Infinity $414,519,044 1.9% 2.27 24
Gainsco $66,053,729 0.4% 1.85 23
Sentry $77,860,594 0.4% 1.79 22
Imperial $55,422,653 0.3% 1.10 21
AmTrust $218,443,275 2.2% 1.02 20
Mercury $153,483,017 0.9% 0.94 19
Liberty Mutual $287,758,245 3.2% 0.86 18
Esurance $185,380,179 1.1% 0.84 17
21st Century $142,595,564 0.9% 0.83 16
Hartford $251,893,146 1.5% 0.79 15
Auto-Owners $74,108,905 0.4% 0.77 14
MetLife $137,718,537 0.8% 0.76 13
Nationwide $154,888,578 1.0% 0.62 12
Allstate $1,665,272,238 9.6% 0.61 11
State Farm $2,806,322,376 15.9% 0.58 10
GEICO $3,952,146,784 24.4% 0.58 9
USAA $1,190,475,655 7.1% 0.51 8
Progressive $2,555,512,860 15.8% 0.50 7
Travelers $398,082,142 2.3% 0.45 6
Safeco $268,580,627 1.5% 0.42 5
Florida Farm Bureau $150,242,065 0.8% 0.41 4
Amica $104,089,019 0.6% 0.38 3
Southern-Owners $166,288,425 1.0% 0.37 2
AAA $170,392,135 0.9% 0.36 1

A complaint index of one is average. Here’s a visual for the five best and worst Florida car insurance providers (out of the 30 largest) according to their complaint index:

Best and Worst complaint index scores from top 30 providers in FL. Market share percent also listed

It’s very impressive when a provider can maintain a high market share and low complaint index such the below five (pulled from the above table):

Company Market Share Complaint Index Rank
Progressive 15.8% 0.50 7
USAA 7.1% 0.51 8
GEICO 24.4% 0.58 9
State Farm 15.9% 0.58 10
Allstate 9.6% 0.61 11

Cheapest Car Insurance Companies in Florida

Through a partnership with the data powerhouse, Quadrant, we were able to collect average car insurance rates drilled down to specific coverage and driver details.

Our team of experts analyzed and organized the – exact dollar amount – average annual premiums across hundreds of categories for each of the largest car insurance providers in the nation by market share.

Three of those top ten did not have rate information in Florida. Those three were:

American Family does not provide car insurance in any part of Florida, but Farmers and Travelers both do.

Here are the remaining top seven providers, their average annual rates, and how they compare to the state average for car insurance costs in Florida. They are listed by what they charge, cheapest at the top:

Company Average $ Difference % Difference
USAA $2,850 -$1,830 -64%
State Farm $3,398 -$1,283 -38%
GEICO $3,784 -$897 -24%
Nationwide $4,340 -$341 -8%
Liberty Mutual $5,368 +$688 +13%
Progressive $5,583 +$903 +16%
Allstate $7,441 +$2,760 +37%

Since 65 percent of the population are visual learners, we made a graph to illustrate the above info for you. Here are the average annual rates the top five auto insurance providers in Florida charge:

Top 5 FL insurers: rates compared to state average

In the same state, one company charges an average of $4,591 more a year for the same coverage.

We can’t repeat enough how important it is to price compare and shop around before choosing your car insurance provider. Just enter your zip code into our free comparison tool to get started.

– Rates by Commute and Miles in Florida

Most car insurance companies factor the length of your commute to and from work every day and the total miles you drive each year into how much they are going to charge you for your car insurance coverage.

Here’s a chart that shows the average annual rates top providers in Florida charge according to how much you drive each day and all year:

Commute & Miles Company Rate
Commute: 10 miles
Annual Miles: 6,000
USAA $2,818
Commute: 25 miles
Annual Miles: 12,000
USAA $2,883
Commute: 10 miles
Annual Miles: 6,000
State Farm $3,278
Commute: 25 miles
Annual Miles: 12,000
State Farm $3,517
Commute: 10 miles
Annual Miles: 6,000
GEICO $3,765
Commute: 25 miles
Annual Miles: 12,000
GEICO $3,802
Commute: 10 miles
Annual Miles: 6,000
Nationwide $4,340
Commute: 25 miles
Annual Miles: 12,000
Nationwide $4,340
Commute: 10 miles
Annual Miles: 6,000
Liberty Mutual $5,194
Commute: 25 miles
Annual Miles: 12,000
Liberty Mutual $5,542
Commute: 10 miles
Annual Miles: 6,000
Progressive $5,583
Commute: 25 miles
Annual Miles: 12,000
Progressive $5,583
Commute: 10 miles
Annual Miles: 6,000
Allstate $7,228
Commute: 25 miles
Annual Miles: 12,000
Allstate $7,653

Did you catch it? Not all car insurance providers are going to increase your rates based on how much you drive.

Key fact: Nationwide and Progressive’s premiums do not increase when the commute and annual miles driven are doubled.

Do you have a long commute to work every day? Take weekend road trips whenever possible? Have a child on a travel team?. . . Regardless the reason, if you shop around you probably can avoid being penalized for those extra miles.

– Rates by Coverage Level in Florida

Another big factor that affects the cost of your car insurance is how much coverage you invest in. You might be thinking, “Well, DUH!” How much you buy is always going to change the price.

But, the rates are not always what you’d expect. The chart below might surprise you.

Here are the average annual premiums from the top car insurance providers in Florida based on the level of coverage you buy:

Coverage Level Company Rate
Low USAA $2,451
Low State Farm $2,916
Medium USAA $2,955
Low GEICO $3,105
High USAA $3,146
Low Nationwide $3,428
Medium State Farm $3,477
High State Farm $3,800
Medium GEICO $3,915
High GEICO $4,331
Medium Nationwide $4,511
Low Progressive $4,681
Low Liberty Mutual $4,922
High Nationwide $5,080
Medium Liberty Mutual $5,457
Medium Progressive $5,712
High Liberty Mutual $5,726
Low Allstate $5,763
High Progressive $6,356
Medium Allstate $7,821
High Allstate $8,738

If you price compare the rates from the providers in your area you could end up paying less for more coverage.

According to the average rates in Florida, you could pay $1,122 less for a high level of coverage from State Farm than for low coverage from Liberty Mutual.

Since the above table makes it difficult to compare the costs for the same coverage from different providers, we created the below visual:

Top providers in FL rates by coverage level

On average with the top providers in Florida, the annual price jump from low to medium coverage is $940, and the jump from medium to high coverage is only $476 a year.

With Liberty Mutual, you can raise your coverage from low all the way to high for as little as $67 a month. And, military families insured by USAA can for even cheaper, just $60 a month.

What’s even more important than keeping your premiums low is making sure you have sufficient coverage. Remember, investing in a higher level of coverage will likely save you thousands in out-of-pocket-expenses after an accident.

– Rates by Credit History in Florida

The way your car insurance rates are determined have changed a lot over the past decade.

The biggest cost factors have shifted from how safely you drive to how you shop and your credit score.

Consumer Reports conducted a massive study analyzing over two billion price quotes across the U.S. which revealed the following:

“What we found is that behind the rate quotes is a pricing process that judges you less on driving habits and increasingly on socioeconomic factors. These include your credit history, whether you use department-store or bank credit cards, and even your TV provider.”

The below chart lays out the average annual rates the top providers in Florida charge depending on your credit score:

Company Credit Rate
USAA Good $1,645
USAA Fair $2,266
State Farm Good $2,495
GEICO Good $2,506
State Farm Fair $3,046
GEICO Fair $3,336
Nationwide Good $3,596
Nationwide Fair $3,982
Liberty Mutual Good $4,110
Progressive Good $4,302
USAA Poor $4,639
State Farm Poor $4,652
Liberty Mutual Fair $5,074
Progressive Fair $5,170
Allstate Good $5,315
Nationwide Poor $5,441
GEICO Poor $5,510
Allstate Fair $6,574
Liberty Mutual Poor $6,921
Progressive Poor $7,278
Allstate Poor $10,432

The biggest providers in Florida all continually raise the price of your car insurance the lower your credit score gets.

Here’s a visual that more specifically compares the cost by credit score level:

Fl top providers' rates by credit score levels good to poor

Look at all that orange! Drops in your credit score will cause serious spikes to your car insurance premiums.

A fair credit score is going to mean an average annual rate increase of $783, and a poor score will cost you another $2,203 a year.

Someone with a poor credit score in Florida should expect to pay $2,987 more a year than someone with a good credit score.

Here’s the average annual rates and percent of increase you should expect based on your credit score in Florida:

  • Good Credit (670+) = average annual premiums: $3,424
  • Fair Credit (580-669) = 11-38 percent increase: $4,207
  • Poor Credit (300-579) = 51-182 percent increase: $6,410

The national average credit score in 2017 was the highest it had been in five years, a “good” score of 675. In Florida the average credit score was slightly lower at a “fair” score of 668.

How does your credit score compare to the norm? Count on this: working diligently to raise your credit score will save you some serious dough on your car insurance payments.

– Rates by Driving Record in Florida

You should know this by know, but just in case you don’t . . . how you drive WILL affect how much you pay for your car insurance no matter where you live.

It’s also important to know that every car insurance provider handles claims and moving violations differently. Some insurers will drastically raise your rates, while others will let you stay at your current price point even after you make a costly mistake.

Here are the average annual rates the top providers in Florida charge based on your driving record:

Company Driving Record Rate
USAA Clean Record $2,234
USAA 1 Speeding Ticket $2,342
GEICO Clean Record $2,637
USAA 1 Accident $2,755
State Farm Clean Record $3,105
GEICO 1 Accident $3,369
State Farm 1 DUI $3,398
State Farm 1 Speeding Ticket $3,398
State Farm 1 Accident $3,690
Nationwide Clean Record $3,705
Liberty Mutual Clean Record $3,869
Nationwide 1 Accident $4,066
USAA 1 DUI $4,071
Nationwide 1 Speeding Ticket $4,115
GEICO 1 Speeding Ticket $4,116
Progressive Clean Record $4,408
GEICO 1 DUI $5,013
Liberty Mutual 1 Accident $5,026
Liberty Mutual 1 Speeding Ticket $5,285
Nationwide 1 DUI $5,472
Progressive 1 DUI $5,490
Progressive 1 Speeding Ticket $5,916
Allstate Clean Record $6,417
Progressive 1 Accident $6,519
Allstate 1 Speeding Ticket $7,120
Liberty Mutual 1 DUI $7,292
Allstate 1 Accident $7,701
Allstate 1 DUI $8,524

As the above attorney explains, Florida state law prohibits insurance providers from increasing your car insurance rates after an accident unless you were found to be at least partially at fault. 

Keep in mind, the rate increases you see in the chart above after “one accident” are ones in which the insured customer was found to have some level of fault in the accident.

Since it’s tricky to compare all those rates, we broke down each event and associated increase for you below:

Company Clean Record Rate Increase: Speeding Rate Increase: Accident Rate Increase: DUI
Allstate $6,417 $702 $1,283 $2,107
GEICO $2,637 $1,479 $732 $2,376
Liberty Mutual $3,869 $1,416 $1,157 $3,422
Nationwide $3,705 $410 $360 $1,767
Progressive $4,408 $1,508 $2,111 $1,082
State Farm $3,105 $293 $585 $293
USAA $2,234 $108 $521 $1,837

Most car insurance providers increase your rates in the following order (higher increases from left to right):

Clean Record   >>   One Speeding Ticket   >>   One Accident   >>   One DUI

However – like most things in the insurance world – there are exceptions to this. For example:

Geico, Liberty Mutual, and Nationwide charge more for a speeding ticket than an at-fault accident, and what’s more surprising is that Progressive and State Farm charge more for one accident than a DUI.

Here’s a visual to help you see what each event will cost you:

FL car insurance rates by your driving record: claims and violations

The rows that only show two colors are when the provider doesn’t have a rate increase for that claim or violation.

News Flash! Not only will accidents and violations raise your rates, but safe driving can actually do the opposite—lower them.

For instance, if you maintain a driving record that’s free of at-fault accidents and major violations for five years, Nationwide will lower your premiums by up to 10 percent.

Do you have a teen driver on your policy who added a claim to your once pristine record? Be sure to shop around, many of the biggest and best providers offer accident forgiveness.

– Largest Car Insurance Companies in Florida

Company Premiums Written Market Share Rank
GEICO $3,952,146,784 24.4% 1
State Farm $2,806,322,376 15.9% 2
Progressive $2,555,512,860 15.8% 3
Allstate $1,665,272,238 9.6% 4
USAA $1,190,475,655 7.1% 5
Liberty Mutual $287,758,245 3.2% 6
Travelers $398,082,142 2.3% 7
AmTrust $218,443,275 2.2% 8
Windhaven $354,136,452 2.0% 9
Infinity $414,519,044 1.9% 10

Why is it important to know who the largest auto insurance providers are in your state? Because the biggest insurance companies are the ones who not only write the highest number of premiums in a calendar year, but they also have the biggest share of the auto insurance market.

These companies are the most experienced and the most successful. They deserve a pretty graph for all they do to protect the motorists across the state of Florida. Check it out:

Top 10 auto insurance providers in FL by market share

– Number of Insurers in Florida

Florida is running out of dry land and roadways for all of its full-time residents, spring breakers, and snowbirds. But one thing Florida isn’t short on is insurance providers.

Here are the total number of Property and Casual Insurance providers operating in the state of Florida:

  • Domestic – 114 Rank: 7th
  • Foreign – 953 Rank: 4th

Florida is ranked in the top ten in the country in both categories for having such a high number of this specific type of insurance provider.

– State Laws in Laws

A common consequence of breaking the law as a motorist is being required to trade your license for hefty fines and high-risk insurance. It’s an embarrassing and financially painful trade nobody wants to make.

How do you avoid this scenario? Don’t break the law! But, that’s easier said than done—especially if you don’t know the laws in your state.

We believe every motorist should know and understand the laws that govern insurance and our public roadways.

You don’t want to be blindsided with citations, fines, or higher insurance rates, do you? Okay, then pay attention to the next sections of our Florida guide, because if you live or drive in “The Sunshine State,” you must obey these laws or it could get really gloomy really fast.

– Car Insurance Laws in Florida

If insurance providers do not follow strict guidelines, they risk losing their license to sell insurance. Many people don’t realize that insurers are closely watched and restricted by state laws.

The following section covers the rules that govern insurance providers in Florida.

– How State Insurance Laws are Determined

The form filing regulation in Florida is referred to as, “Prior Approval.” Here’s what that means:

In Florida, insurance forms must be sent to the state insurance department and approved before they can be officially established and used.

The requests for approval must be sent at least 30 days before they are used. If the forms are not denied in time, they are considered approved. The state commissioner is allowed to extend the approval time frame by 15 days if he or she provides notice.

The rate filing regulation in Florida is referred to as, “Use and File.” This means insurance rates don’t need to be filed with the state insurance department until after they are set.

Good News! If the rates are found to be too high, the insurer is ordered to lower the premium and return the excess dollar amount. If the new rate is still too high, the state commissioner can set a lower rate in its place.

– Windshield Damage and Repair Laws in Florida

Florida does not have a specific law that makes driving with a cracked windshield illegal. However, there are loopholes that can make it very possible for you to still get a ticket for a crack or chip, here’s how:

The state of Florida does have laws that make anything that obstructs the driver’s view illegal. Plus there are federal laws that make the following illegal:

  • Windshield cracks located in front of the driver’s line view
  • Windshield cracks that are located within three inches of other cracks

Since there are no specific Florida laws in place, police officers can write a ticket if they feel there are windshield cracks that obstruct the driver’s line of view or break federal law.

Plus there is a Florida law that makes it illegal to drive without fully functioning windshield wipers. So be sure your windshield cracks or chips don’t affect the use of your wipers.

Take Note: Even though there are no specific laws in Florida in regards to windshield cracks you can still get a ticket, be required to pay a fine, and be required to repair or fully replace the windshield.

So, before you get pulled over, find one of the many windshield repair companies eager to help.

Speaking of repairs, did you know that many states have laws on what type of repairs and replacements parts are used?

In Florida, insurance companies are not required to have to pay for repairs to be done with Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) parts, but the parts must all be the “same fit, quality and performance” of the original parts.

Can you trust Florida repair shops with your beloved vehicle?

The Florida Motor Vehicle Repair Act can help to put your worries at ease. Since put in place in 1980, this act has required anyone paid to repair vehicles to register with the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (FDACS), and there are many strict laws that govern these repairs.

That’s not all! Good news for Florida residents: you live in a “zero deductible” state. What this means:

Florida is one of only three states that require insurance companies to replace or repair your windshield for FREE. 

The catch: vehicle owners must have comprehensive car insurance for this fee to be waived. If you don’t have it, we strongly suggest you get it. Use our free tool to help you find the best comprehensive coverage in your area.

– High-Risk Insurance in Florida

Choosing to drive under the influence of drugs or alcohol, without a license or insurance, or being reckless in general will land you on the high-risk driver list before you know it.

In Florida there are two forms insurance companies file and send to the DMV as proof of a high risk driver’s extended (quite costly) level of coverage: SR-22 and FR-44.

Only two states use FR-44s: Florida and Virginia.

In Florida, individuals convicted of a DUI or DWI must have FR-44s (aka “DUI Insurance”) before they can get their license reinstated. FR-44s must be maintained for three years.

An SR-22 is required for all other reasons that require a driver to obtain high-risk insurance such as:

  • having a suspended license
  • failing to maintain insurance
  • serious driving violations

To be clear, you do NOT want an SR-22 or FR-44. These labels hit both your reputation and wallet—hard.

You think basic car insurance costs a lot? State minimum insurance requirements are nothing compared to high-risk insurance. Check out the higher levels of coverage an SR-22 and FR-44 require:

FR-44 SR-22
100/300/50 10/20/10
$100,000: Bodily Injury Liability per person
$300,000: Bodily Injury Liability per accident
$50,000: Property Damage Liability
$10,000: Bodily Injury Liability per person
$20,000: Bodily Injury Liability per accident
$10,000: Property Damage Liability

FR-44 has as much as 15 times the coverage requirements of an SR-22. Florida doesn’t even require bodily injury liability for drivers who aren’t high risk, so these amounts are astronomically high compared to the state minimums.

Are you a high-risk driver in Florida who has been denied coverage?

In 1973 the Florida Automobile Joint Underwriting Association (FAJUA) was created for drivers just like you. The Florida Insurance Commissioner created this “High-Risk Market” or “Market of Last Resort” to ensure that all drivers in the state can have adequate car insurance.

The catch? It’s crazy expensive. High-risk coverage from FAJUA costs motorist up to 200% more than similar policies elsewhere. But, if it’s the only way to get back on the road, you should take the opportunity and start mending your driving reputation.

– Low-Cost Insurance in Florida

Although Florida has a program for high-risk drivers, it does not have one to help low-income drivers.

California, Hawaii, and New Jersey are the only three states that have government funded programs to help low-income families pay for their car insurance.

If you’re living on a small income, it’s essential for you to realize that being caught without insurance will cost you much more than the car insurance bills. We know it’s tempting to save all that money, but driving without insurance is never worth it.

Struggling financially? Here are some tips to help you be able to afford Florida’s coverage requirements:

  • Drive a cheap car to insure – Smaller vehicles with lots of safety features that are under 10 years old but not brand new usually cost less to insure.
  • Don’t miss payments – Almost as bad as having no insurance is to have a lapse in your car insurance coverage. Once you have a lapse in coverage, other providers will charge you more or deny you altogether.
  • Evaluate your coverage – As we discussed above, sometimes more coverage costs less. Make sure you have the best rates for the best price
  • Try to own just one car – The more cars you own, the more you have to pay for insurance. Also, fewer cars mean fewer maintenance costs.
  • Don’t settle on a plan – Shop around. Compare companies and the various policies they have to offer. Our free comparison tool makes that easy.
  • Look into discounts – Your car insurance agent might forget or not realize there’s a discount you could qualify for. See what’s available and ask about any savings you might be able to earn.

– Automobile Insurance Fraud in Florida

Efforts: Florida Law?
Insurance Fraud Classified as a Crime Yes: penalties include fine and prison time
Immunity Statues Established Yes: protects the proper exchange of information between customer and insurer
Fraud Bureaus in Place Yes: the Enforcement and Investigation Bureau in the Department of Insurance investigates fraud in all three financial sectors
Mandatory Insurer Fraud Plan Yes: requires insurers to create and implement programs to reduce insurance fraud
Mandatory Auto Photo Inspection Yes: five states require photos to be taken of used cars before collision or comprehension coverage is provided

Out of all the laws listed by the Insurance Information Institute (III), Florida has taken every step to stop insurance fraud. Many states have only two or three of the above actions in place.

Below are the criminal penalties for insurance fraud in Florida:

Fraud Amount Classification Prison Time
Under $20,000 3rd Degree Felony up to 5 years
$20,000 to $99,999 2nd Degree Felony up to 15 years
$100,000 or more 1st Degree Felony up to 30 years

In addition to those serious penalties, people caught trying to steal money through fraudulent behavior in Florida are also hit with hefty fines:

Offense Fine
1st up to $5,000
2nd up to $10,000
3rd or more up to $15,000

Did you know? Florida is considered one of five “hot spot states” for insurance fraud, and this increased prevalence of fraud is a primary reason car insurance is so expensive in these states. 

In 2011 car insurance fraud cost Florida consumers and insurers roughly $658 million.

“Auto insurance fraud is a crime, and all Floridians pay for it. Auto insurers are paying out more than they should in no-fault claims and their policyholders are paying out more in premiums.”
Insurance Information Institute

A Florida resident insuring two cars has to pay over in $115 fraud taxes alone thanks to all the selfish scammers across the state.

– Statute of Limitations in Florida

In Florida the statute of limitations for claims are:

  • Property Damage – four years
  • Personal Injury – four years

What this means: You have four years to file a lawsuit over property damage or personal injury.

The statute of limitations in Florida are much longer than in most of the U.S. In 25 states the time frame to take someone to court over harm or loss is only two years or less.

– Distracted Driving in Florida

As of February 2019, Florida was one of only four states where police officers can’t pull you over for watching your phone instead of the road. Texting and driving is illegal, but it’s a secondary law so they have to catch you doing something else wrong.

There are new leaders in Florida office who are working to strengthen these laws and fully ban phone use behind the wheel.

In addition, the Florida DOT created 64 “Safe Phone Zones,” which are rest areas, welcome centers, and service plazas designated as areas where motorists should pull over to safety use their cell phones.

Florida is ranked second for having the most distracted drivers in America just behind its neighbor, Louisiana.

– Toll Roads in Florida

Florida is ranked first for having the most toll roads in the country, and it’s home to a top ten most expensive toll road in America: State Road 417.

With expensive tolls seemingly at every turn and many stops that don’t even have a cash lane, most Florida residents use a prepaid SunPass transponder.

Especially to drivers new to the area, tolls can be confusing and cause deadly crashes, which is why the Florida tolls are now set up to take a photo of your license plate and mail you an invoice if you don’t pay.

Warning: you only have 10 days to pay the invoice or you face fines that increase with time, and you’ll be unable to renew your license or vehicle registration without paying it all off.

– Tinted Windows in Florida

If you know anything about Florida, you know it gets a lot of sunshine – hence the nickname – and it gets hot. All that sunshine does a great job of heating up cars.

One short errand can turn your vehicle left in the parking lot into an unwanted sauna. Let’s just say that dark leather seats are not the best welcome when you hop back in. What’s a good solution to this problem? Tinted windows.

But wait! There are laws on that too. Before you pay someone to tint your vehicles’ windows, make sure they follow these strict rules or you’ll risk a ticket and having to pay to have it removed.

The rules on window tinting are twofold, darkness and reflection levels. Here are the details:

  Tint Darkness: Sedans Tint Darkness: SUVs & Vans
Windshield Non-reflective tint is allowed above the AS-1 line Non-reflective tint is allowed above the AS-1 line
Front Side Windows Must allow more than 28% of light in Must allow more than 28% of light in
Back Side Windows Must allow more than 15% of light in Must allow more than 6% of light in
Rear Window Must allow more than 15% of light in Must allow more than 6% of light in

What is an AS-1 line? It’s an imaginary parallel line that runs across the windshield at the point “AS-1” is printed on the glass. Most vehicles have this imprint, but if it’s not visible, five inches below the top of the windshield is the distance used instead.

  Tint Reflection: Sedans Tint Reflection: SUVs & Vans
Windshield None allowed None allowed
Front Side Windows No more than 25% No more than 25%
Back Side Windows No more than 35% No more than 35%
Rear Window None allowed None allowed

– Licensing Laws in Florida

Back in 2005, Congress passed the REAL ID Act, which lays out specific standards for official forms of identification. This act will eventually make all driver’s licenses that don’t meet every specification invalid.

Florida is one of 37 states that is “compliant” meaning all Florida forms of identification now meet the standards set forth by the the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the REAL ID laws.

Beginning October 1, 2020, non-DHS compliant identification will no longer be accepted for travel by the Transportation Security Administration (TSA). 

Do you have a gold star on the top right corner of your Florida driver’s license?

Whether you plan to travel by plane or not, be sure to get your updated REAL ID driver’s license so you can have documentation that is accepted across the country.

– License Suspension in Florida

Here are the top reasons Florida residents can get their driving privileges suspended or fully revoked:

  • Driving Impaired: being found guilty of a DUI will (at the very least) cause a license suspension. Depending on the number of offenses and severity of the crime, the individual’s license could be permanently revoked.
  • Points on the License: if a driver gets 12 or more points in a year, his/her license will get suspended anywhere from 30 days to three years depending on the total number of points he/she accumulated.
  • Refusing a Breath Test: if a driver is stopped for a DUI and refuses to take a breath test, his/her license will get suspended.
  • Failing a Breath Test: if a driver registers over the legal limit (BAC .08) on a breathalyzer his/her license will get suspended.
  • Driving without a License: driving without a license will, at the very least, suspend the driver’s license (if he has one) or result in jail time if the individual has prior offenses.
  • Driving on a Suspended License: driving on a suspended license outside of the terms will result in additional suspension and up to five years in jail time.
  • Driving without Insurance: getting caught driving without the Florida minimum insurance will result in license suspension.

Those are just the seven most common reasons Florida drivers get their license suspended. You can also lose your driving privileges for other serious moving violations, not paying child support, providing false information, not responding to a DMV notice, failing to appear in court, not paying fines owed and more.

Value your driver’s license and recognize the privilege it represents. Getting your driver’s license suspended will cost you time and money if you ever want to get it back. You do not want this to happen.

This is what it will cost you to get your license back after the suspension period is over:

Reason Fee
General Suspension $45
Child Support $60
Unpaid Tickets $60
Revocation $75
Driving Impaired $130
Driving Uninsured $150

Please note: The fees listed above are for the first offense only. The reinstatement fees increase for subsequent offenses.

– Penalties for Driving without Insurance in Florida

As we discussed earlier, you do NOT want to get caught driving without insurance.

You’re completely wrong if you think driving uninsured will save you money. Right now, it might seem smart, but unless you want to be bankrupt, lose your home and car, and even face jail time, DON’T DO IT.

  Reinstatement Fee Suspension Period
1st Offense $150 up to 3 years
2nd Offense $250 up to 3 years
3rd Offense + $500 up to 3 years

It is considered a subsequent offense if it happens within three years from the prior offense.

Don’t forget! Those fees are nothing compared to what it will cost you if you get in an accident without insurance.

An accident attorney, Jeffrey Meldon, who practices law in Gainesville, Florida shares this warning:

“It is heartbreaking to see how in one second a person’s life can be devastated because they failed to plan and purchase adequate insurance. Beware: Neither the state of Florida nor the other driver will protect you – only you can plan ahead and protect yourself and your family.”

– Teen Driver Laws in Florida

“Driving is one of the most dangers things we do. And, we do it every day.”

We need to do all we can to keep our youth safe. Below are some of the laws in place for young drivers to give them the safe and supervised experience behind the wheel that they desperately need.

Here are the specific requirements teenagers must meet in order to get their Florida driver’s license:

Requirements Specifics
Time with Learning Permit 12 months
Minimum Supervised Driving Time 50 hrs; 10 at night
Minimum Age 16-years-old

During the 12-month holding period while they have what is called an intermediate license or learner’s permit, teen drivers in Florida have set times they are not allowed to drive:

Age Times Prohibited
16-year-olds 11pm to 6am
17-year-olds 1am to 5am

Do those laws seem strict? They aren’t at all compared to other states!

Florida is one of only four states in the country that does not have restrictions on the age or number of passengers their brand-new, teen drivers are allowed to have.

Three states and D.C. don’t allow their learner’s permit drivers to have any passengers of any age (parents excepted), and six states only allow these young drivers to have one passenger of any age.

– License Renewals and Older Drivers in Florida

  Frequency Vision Test Required Mail or Online
General Population every 8 years if in person both allowed for every other renewal
Older Drivers every 6 years if 80 and older every renewal if 80 and older both allowed for every other renewal

Again we come to an area where Florida is very lax compared to other states—older drivers.

12 states start having new requirements for drivers in their 60s. In Oregon those stricter rules start for drivers who are only 50.

With its large population of elderly residents, Florida’s older driver laws really should start before motorists reach 80 years of age. 76 percent of Florida residents are 60 and older, while only 8 percent are 80 or older.

Most would expect Florida to be the strictest in this department.

– Florida Visitors and New Residents

Not sure if you need a Florida driver’s license? The below box should help with some of the tricky scenarios:

Florida License Required... Florida License NOT Required...
If you register to vote in Florida If you are a non-resident who attends college in Florida
If you enroll your children in Florida public schools If you are a non-resident who works in Florida
If you file a homestead exemption in Florida If you drive only farm vehicles or work machines
If you live in Florida for more than six consecutive months If you are a member of the military stationed in Florida (only if not employed)

Teen drivers take note! You must be at least 16 years old to drive in Florida with a license from another state.

Moving to Florida? As soon as you do one of the following: become employed, enroll your child in school, or establish residency, you have 30 days to get a Florida driver’s license and register your car.

Trying to get your Florida license by mail or online? Here’s a list of reasons you would be required to go to your local DMV office in person:

  • If you are getting your first Florida driver’s license
  • If your last license renewal was done by mail or online
  • If your current driver’s license is not REAL ID compliant
  • If you have legally changed your name since your last license

Important! If this is your first REAL ID driver’s license you must bring original documents that validate your identity, Social Security Number (SSN), and Florida residential address.

How to be sure: REAL ID compliant driver’s licenses started being administered in Florida on January 1, 2010. If your last Florida license was before that date, it is not compliant. Another easy way to tell is the DHS compliant REAL IDs have a gold star in the top right corner.

– Driving Record Points, Suspensions and Revocations in Florida

Did you get nailed with points on your driving record? These are the kind of points that no one wants . . . Like in golf, only in this case it’s not a game. 

Why? Because points on your driving record will increase the cost of your car insurance. Plus, if you get too many of these points you can lose your license and be labeled a high-risk driver who is required to have an SR-22.

Here is a list of the most common traffic violations and the number of points you get for each one in Florida:

Offense Points
Driving carelessly 3
Driving in reverse or improper backing up 3
Driving on the shoulder of the road 3
Driving recklessly 3
Driving too fast for the conditions 3
Driving with an open container 3
Failing to move over for a stopped vehicle on the side of the road 3
Failing to obey a traffic control device (including a sign) 3
Failing to stop at a steady red light 3
Failing to yield 3
Failing to yield the right-of-way to a pedestrian 3
Not obeying child restraint laws: child 5 and under not in a separate car seat 3
Not obeying child restraint laws: seat belts etc 3
Not obeying seat belt laws 3
Speeding: driving over the posted limit (less than 15mph over) 3
Violating a set curfew 3
Committing a moving violation that results in an accident 4
Failing to stop at a traffic signal or red light 4
Failing to stop at steady red signal on a one-way street before making a left turn 4
Failing to stop for a school bus 4
Passing on the enter/exit side while a school bus is stopped (mandatory hearing) 4
Speeding: driving over the posted limit (more than 15mph over) 4
Committing a moving violation that results in bodily harm 6
Leaving the scene of a crash without giving information (when over $50 in damage) 6
Leaving without providing information after causing property damage on an unattended vehicle 6
Speeding resulting in an accident 6

Regardless of what you did to accumulated them, if you get too many points on your driving record, the cost of your insurance will skyrocket and you will risk losing your driver’s license.

Here are the specifics on the license suspensions these points will cause in Florida:

Points & Time Frame Length of Suspension
12 points in 12 months 30 days
18 points in 18 months 3 months
24 points in 36 months 12 months

As we discussed earlier, racking up points isn’t the only way Florida residents can lose their driving privileges. Below are examples of violations that cause instant license suspension or even revocation.

Violation Suspension or Revocation
Causing death or serious injury by a non-DUI moving violation License suspended for 3 months to 1 year
Determined to be a Habitual Traffic Offender (HTO) License revoked for 5 years
Failing a vision test Licence revoked indefinitely unless driver can prove adequate vision
Failing to make child support payments License suspended indefinitely until payments made
Using a fraudulent driver's license License suspended for 1 year

We can’t repeat it enough: driving is a privilege. Remember that every single time you get behind the wheel.

– Rules of the Road in Florida

You would think that the states making up the UNITED States of America would have the same traffic laws, but that’s not the case at all. Due to these variances, we suggest all drivers learn the rules of the road where they’re headed before crossing state lines.

You are responsible to know the traffic laws where you drive. Don’t get blindsided by an expensive ticket waiting for you in your mailbox because you broke a law you didn’t know existed.

Whether you’re moving to Florida, educating your teen driver, a non-resident newly employed in Florida, or just planning to drive through on vacation, the below details are essential for you to know. Keep scrolling!

– Fault vs. No-Fault

In 1971, Florida was the second state in the nation to adopt a no-fault insurance policy to govern its motorists. Today, only Florida and eight other states have fixed no-fault insurance laws.

Florida’s no-fault law means that no matter who caused the accident, your own personal injury protection (PIP) coverage pays for your vehicle’s damage and your injuries.

According to the Insurance Information Institute (III), “The no-fault system is intended to lower the cost of auto insurance by taking small claims out of the courts.” If that’s the case, it’s scary to think what the premiums would look like in Florida if it wasn’t a no-fault state.

No-fault systems definitely have their benefits, but Florida has a bad combination that can cause serious problems for the innocent victims of a crash: being a no-fault state plus not requiring bodily injury liability (pays for injuries you cause to others).

When a driver causes a crash resulting in injuries to you and everyone in your car along with damage to your vehicle, YOU are the one who pays, even though you didn’t do anything wrong.

Listen to James Ohnesorge’s near death experience – caused by a driver failing to yield – and the injuries and medical bills he’s left with:

Now that you know how a no-fault state works, be sure you have adequate personal injury coverage so you don’t find yourself in James’ situation—being stuck with a $155,600 hospital bill you can’t pay.

According to Florida law, there are situations where the innocent victims of a crash can sue the at-fault driver if the injuries they sustained are serious enough. Below are some examples that may warrant a bodily injury lawsuit:

  • Complete loss of bodily function
  • Permanent bodily injuries
  • Significant scarring or disfigurement

The tragic event of death as a result of a car crash, is another example where the innocent victims can sue the at-fault driver to recoup expenses.

We aren’t always the innocent victims though, are we? If you are being sued because of a car accident you caused in Florida, be sure to find an experienced lawyer to help you.

– Seat Belt and Car Seat Laws in Florida

Our data experts conduct hundreds of studies every year to compare drivers, states, roads. laws and more. One of these studies includes seat belt use across the nation. After compiling detailed statistics from NHTSA reports, our team discovered the following:

Florida is ranked 22nd in the nation for drivers and passengers wearing their seat belts (21 states are doing better). Our five-year study found that nearly 12 percent of Florida residents do not obey the seat belt laws in their state.

Here are the laws that millions of people in Florida are ignoring:

Seat Belt Laws Specifics
Effective Date July 1, 1986
Enforcement Primary since June 30, 2009
Front Seat Passengers 6-years-old and older
All Seats Passengers 6 to 17-years-old
1st Offense Fine $30 plus fees

Let’s hope Florida residents take heed to the laws below since they are in place to protect our precious youth:

Car Seat Laws Specifics
Car Seat Required Children 5-years-old
and under

1st Offense Fine $60 plus fees and 3 points

Surprise, Surprise! Yet another area Florida is extremely lax – child restraint laws. Almost every other state has specific weight, height, and age requirements for all three types of child car seats:

  • Rear-Facing Seats
  • Forward-Facing Seats
  • Booster Seats

Florida doesn’t have a law in place regarding these specific seats, only a law stating that children aged five and under need to be in a separate car seat of some kind. This car seat law is insufficient because rear-facing seats make a huge difference in protecting small children.

The below video provides an excellent visual to show how much better a rear-facing seat protects a developing child’s neck and spine in the event of a crash or hard stop.

In addition to lacking specific car seat guidelines, Florida doesn’t have any laws requiring kids to sit in the back seat.

Due to the intense impact of airbags, it’s extremely dangerous for children younger than 13 or under 65 pounds to ride in the front seat of the vehicle, but in Florida it is perfectly legal.

Florida law does, however, have laws prohibiting people from riding in the cargo area of pickup trucks. Anyone 18 and older is allowed to ride in the flatbed of a truck, and there are four instances when people aged 17 and under are also allowed.

If they are . . .

Please note: local law can override these exceptions and completely prohibit minors from riding in the cargo areas of pickup trucks and flatbeds.

– Keep Right and Move Over Laws in Florida

According to Florida statute 316.081, motorists in Florida must drive on the right side of the road unless:

  • they are passing another vehicle that is driving in the same direction
  • there is an obstruction in the road (drivers must yield right-of-way)
  • making a left turn at an intersection, private road, or driveway
  • authorized by an official traffic control device
  • during rush hour traffic when all lanes are full

Drivers must stay right when they are traveling slower than the rest of the traffic. Motorists who don’t follow Florida’s keep right law, are subject to a moving violation with a minimum fine of $121.

WAIT! There’s more! You can’t always keep right. Yes, in general you should drive in the right lane, but if there’s a vehicle stopped on the side of the road such as a police officer, ambulance, utility vehicle, tow truck, broken down or crashed cars, Florida has a law in place (statute 316.126) ordering that you move over a lane to your left.

If you are traveling on a one-lane road or the lane to your left isn’t available, you must either:

Slow down 20 mph below the speed limit
– OR –
Slow down to 5 mph if on a 20 mph road

Violating Florida’s Move Over Law results in a moving violation, fines of up to $500, and three points added to your driving record.

– Speed Limits in Florida

Road Type Max Speed
Rural
Interstates
70 mph
Urban
Interstates
65 mph
Limited
Access Roads
70 mph
Other
Roads
65 mph

Have a need for speed? Before you drive over the posted speed limit in Florida, keep in mind most of the U.S. is much more strict on how fast vehicles can travel.

Compared to Florida, 31 states have slower speed limits on their interstates. On many major highways across America, motorists aren’t allowed to travel over 55 mph.

When you see a speed limit sign, please realize that number is the fastest you are allowed to drive, not how fast you need to drive. Also, that maximum posted speed is not safe in certain conditions such as rain, snow, or low visibility.

Remember, even if you are driving under the posted speed limit, if you’re driving too fast for the conditions you can get a ticket and three points added to your driving record according to Florida law.

– Ridesharing Laws in Florida

A study conducted by Pew Research found that from 2015-2018 the percentage of U.S. adults who used ride-hail services – such as Uber or Lyft – grew from 15-36 percent.

Ride-hailing services are extremely popular in Florida by residents and tourists alike.

From 2016 to 2017, 14.5 percent of Uber trips in Florida were taken by out-of-staters, and 27.3 percent of users said they spend more money on their vacations now that they can get around easier thanks to rideshare.

Nowadays most people use the terms ride-hailing and ridesharing interchangeably even though it’s not a shuttle or carpooling service as the term implies. By “rideshare” we mean a ride you request (and pay for) through an app on your phone that usually arrives in under 5 minutes and begins at your current location. 

Regardless of what you call it, a transportation network company (TNC), mobility service provider (MSP), ride-hailing, ridesharing . . . Florida legislators felt the need to set some boundaries on this ever-growing commodity.

According to Statute 627.748 (the “Uber/Lyft Bill“), which became effective on July 1, 2017, here are the Florida rideshare laws:

Company Requirements Driver Requirements
Conduct criminal background checks for each hire Have a valid driver's license
Conduct new background checks every 3 years Have proof of adequate car insurance coverage
Have a nondiscrimination policy in place Have proof vehicle is registered for rideshare
Have a zero-tolerance policy in place for impaired driving Must be accommodating to service animals
Have the driver's picture and plate number visible on the app Never alter or hide ride details from law enforcement
Keep drivers' records for at least a year after they leave Never discriminate against certain customers
Must maintain records of every ride for at least one year Never try to charge more for a disabled person
Not hire any drivers who are listed sex offenders or have any arrests/charges in the past 5 years Not accept a paid ride unless on the digital network
Review driving history records for every driver before they're hired Not accept or try to get street hails

Florida law also specifies the exact car insurance coverage requirements for rideshare drivers in each stage of the job and whenever they operate their vehicle, as listed in the table below:

Uber and Lyft provide $1 million in both bodily injury liability and uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage, but this insurance only covers their drivers when they are en route with a paid customer. These two TNCs also offer coverage for when drivers are logged in and not giving a ride, but the drivers must already have their own comprehensive and collision coverage to qualify and the deductibles are high—$1,000 for Uber and $2,500 for Lyft.

– Automation on the Road in Florida

The chart below shows Florida’s status and current requirements for Autonomous Vehicles (updated April 2019):

AV Topic Florida Law
Driving Allowed Full Deployment
Regulated Platooning Technology Yes
Operator License Required Yes
Operator Required to be in the Vehicle No
Liability Insurance Required No

Florida is one of only 14 states that allow autonomous vehicles (AVs) to be driven on its public roads—many states still only allow fully self-driving cars to be tested under specific parameters.

Florida and only five other states do not (yet) require liability insurance for these self-driving vehicles. On the other hand, four states require as much as $5,000,000 of liability coverage before AVs can legally be deployed.

– Safety Laws in Florida

We all like to think of ourselves as “good” drivers, but how safe are you really? For instance, when your phone rings, your kids start fighting in the back seat, you’re running late for a meeting, or you spill your coffee?

The busier life gets, the more we usually slip up. Let’s slow down and remember how important it is to never take our eyes off the road and to always value the privilege it is to operate a motor vehicle before we lose that right altogether. 

Below are laws in Florida that every motorist who drives anywhere in this state is required to know and follow.

– Drunk Driving laws Florida

In 2017, there were 839 people killed in Florida car crashes involving a drunk driver. Let’s see what laws are in place to make that deadly act of driving under the influence illegal:

Florida Laws Specifics
Name for the Offense Driving Under the Influence (DUI)
BAC Limit under 21 = 0.02%
21 & older = 0.08%
commercial = 0.04%
High BAC Limit 0.15%
Criminal Status 1st & 2nd = misdemeanors
3 or more = 3rd degree felony
Look Back Period 5 yrs for 2nd
10 yrs for 3rd
unlimited for 4th+

In Florida alone in 2017, there were 32,727 motorists arrested for driving under the influence. Terrifying thought: Those are just the ones who got caught.

Here are the penalties in place for each conviction in Florida:

  1st DUI 2nd DUI 3rd DUI 4th DUI
Community Service 50 hrs 50 hrs Court ordered Court ordered
Fine $500-$1,000; High BAC or minor in the car: $1,000-$2,000 $1,000-$2,000; High BAC or minor in the car: $2,000-$4,000 $2,000-$5,000; High BAC or minor in the car: min $4,000 min $2,000
Jail Time min 8 hrs up to 6 mo; High BAC or minor in the car: up to 9 mo min 10 days up to 9 mo; High BAC or minor in the car: up to 12 mo min 30 days up to 5 yrs up to 5 yrs
License Revoked min 180 days up to 1 yr 2nd DUI in 5 yrs: min 5 yrs; 2nd in 6+ yrs: min 180 days up to 1 yr 10 yrs Permanent
Mandatory Ignition
Interlock Device
Yes - required for at least 6 mo Yes - required for at least 2 yrs Yes - required for at least 2 yrs NA
Mandatory Program DUI school, substance abuse ed., evaluation and treatment as required DUI school, substance abuse ed., evaluation and treatment as required DUI school, substance abuse ed., evaluation and treatment as required DUI school, substance abuse ed., evaluation and treatment as required
Probation up to 1 yr up to 1 yr up to 1 yr with monthly reporting NA
Vehicle Impounded 10 days 30 days 90 days 90 days

In general Florida’s DUI laws and penalties are average, but there’s one state in particular that makes Florida look easy: Utah where at just 0.05 percent you’re considered a drunk driver!

Have you been told you should refuse a breathalyzer test if you’re pulled over? A Florida DUI defense attorney gives his professional advice on that topic in the below video:

– Marijuana-Impaired Driving Laws in Florida

Twenty states have laws in place regarding drivers impaired by marijuana, but Florida does not.

Wait! Before you drive high, you must know this: Even though there’s not a specific law on marijuana-impaired driving, you can still get arrested for it in Florida.

“No person in the state shall be intoxicated and endanger the safety of another person or property.” – Florida Statute 856.011

Driving intoxicated most definitely puts others in danger, and you can be intoxicated by many substances other than alcohol including marijuana.

However, since marijuana stays in your system for so long – in blood for a week and urine for two months – it’s difficult to prove an individual was impaired by marijuana while driving.

– Distracted Driving Laws in Florida

Washington D.C. and 24 states have laws banning hand-held cell phone use while driving and 39 states (including D.C.) completely ban cellphone use by teen drivers (each with their own specifications), BUT Florida doesn’t have laws prohibiting either.

Florida’s texting ban is only controlled by secondary enforcement, which technically means police officers aren’t allowed to pull people over for texting and driving. Unless a motorists is texting and doing something else illegal, the officer can’t do a thing about it.

D.C. and 45 states have laws in place making the deadly and selfish decision of texting while driving illegal. In all of those areas of the U.S., this law is managed with primary enforcement.

Hopefully, Florida will join in with the majority on these laws soon since it’s ranked the second-worst state in the nation for distracted driving.

– Driving in Florida

So far in this guide, we have laid out the essential traffic and insurance laws that govern Florida, and we have shown you how your state stacks up in every category from drugged-driving to monthly insurance rates.

Now it’s time to go over some dangers every driver and car owner in Florida should be aware of—even if they aren’t so pretty.  Do you feel like a well-informed citizen?

Well, we don’t hold back. We dig until we get all the juicy details, and we promise to keep you as informed as we possibly can.

Let’s get started with a topic that is far more common then it should be: stolen vehicles.

– Vehicle Theft in Florida

Make & Model Most Popular Year Number Stolen
Ford Pickup 2006 2,211
Nissan Altima 2015 1,275
Toyota Camry 2016 1,248
Honda Civic 2000 1,109
Honda Accord 2016 1,106
Toyota Corolla 2015 1,075
Chevrolet Pickup 2005 810
Hyundai Sonata 2016 679
Dodge Pickup 2005 530
Chevrolet Impala 2016 484

Some clarification for the chart above: the three pickup trucks listed are all the full-size versions. The totals in the “number stolen” column are how many were stolen for that make and model of any year. The “most popular year” column shows the model years that were stolen most frequently.

There were 936 more Ford pickup trucks stolen than any other vehicle in Florida in 2016. The National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) reports show that the 2006 model was the most-stolen Ford pickup truck. When a specific year is targeted by thieves, it’s usually because that model lacks an anti-theft feature that makes it easier to steal.

It’s not just in Florida that the full-sized pickup by Ford is a favorite among thieves. It was the third most stolen vehicle in the nation in 2016 just below the Honda Accord and Civic.

What car do you drive? Always close your windows, lock your doors, keep an eye on your keys, and don’t walk away from your vehicle when it’s on and unattended. Stay Alert! Car thieves have clever distraction tactics you’d least suspect.

For a more detailed analysis, check out this study we put together.

– Cities in Florida with the Most Vehicle Theft

How does where you – or your loved ones – live and/or work in Florida compare to the rest of the state for car robberies?

Below are the total number of vehicles stolen for every city in Florida as documented by the FBI for 2016. The cities are listed and ranked by the total number of thefts from greatest to least. The search box makes it easy to find a city you’re interested in.

  • Ranking of 1 = Most Stolen Vehicles
  • Ranking of 284 = Least Stolen Vehicles
Florida City Vehicles Stolen Rank
Jacksonville 3,027 1
Miami 1,996 2
Orlando 1,240 3
Tallahassee 1,099 4
St. Petersburg 1,095 5
Fort Lauderdale 918 6
Hialeah 629 7
Tampa 628 8
Miami Beach 565 9
Pompano Beach 564 10
West Palm Beach 553 11
Hollywood 535 12
Miami Gardens 419 13
Daytona Beach 391 14
Gainesville 367 15
Lauderhill 339 16
Lakeland 310 17
Davie 309 18
Miramar 279 19
Pembroke Pines 263 20
Boynton Beach 254 21
Plantation 253 22
North Miami 251 23
Largo 242 24
Delray Beach 239 25
Clearwater 232 26
Sunrise 228 27
Titusville 222 28
Deerfield Beach 220 29
Fort Myers 220 30
Lake Worth 185 31
Melbourne 183 32
Panama City 181 33
Sanford 181 34
Coral Springs 179 35
Oakland Park 174 36
Pinellas Park 172 37
Lauderdale Lakes 168 38
Cape Coral 163 39
Homestead 160 40
Boca Raton 157 41
Opa Locka 152 42
North Miami Beach 150 43
Doral 149 44
North Lauderdale 138 45
Palm Bay 135 46
Hallandale 133 47
Ormond Beach 132 48
Ocala 131 49
Apopka 130 50
Kissimmee 130 51
Riviera Beach 130 52
Tamarac 124 53
Sarasota 122 54
DeLand 119 55
Coconut Creek 118 56
Dania 117 57
Cocoa 112 58
Margate 105 59
Pensacola 102 60
Jacksonville Beach 97 61
Fort Pierce 94 62
Wellington 93 63
Cutler Bay 90 64
Lake Park 85 65
Port St. Lucie 85 66
Plant City 83 67
Key West 82 68
Winter Garden 80 69
Winter Haven 80 70
Port Orange 79 71
Palm Springs 77 72
Altamonte Springs 76 73
Leesburg 76 74
Greenacres City 69 75
Palm Beach Gardens 69 76
Coral Gables 68 77
Hialeah Gardens 68 78
Ocoee 67 79
Bradenton 65 80
Sweetwater 64 81
West Park 64 82
Crestview 62 83
Jupiter 60 84
Lantana 59 85
Belle Glade 58 86
Miami Lakes 53 87
Winter Park 53 88
St. Cloud 51 89
Fort Walton Beach 49 90
Medley 48 91
New Smyrna Beach 48 92
Holly Hill 47 93
Florida City 46 94
Rockledge 46 95
Miami Springs 45 96
New Port Richey 44 97
Casselberry 42 98
Temple Terrace 42 99
Aventura 41 100
Longwood 40 101
Pembroke Park 40 102
South Daytona 40 103
Dunedin 39 104
West Melbourne 39 105
Weston 39 106
Eustis 38 107
Royal Palm Beach 37 108
Village of Pinecrest 37 109
Palmetto Bay 35 110
Bartow 34 111
Cocoa Beach 34 112
Wilton Manors 34 113
Lake City 33 114
Maitland 32 115
Sunny Isles Beach 31 116
Atlantic Beach 30 117
Miami Shores 30 118
Clermont 29 119
Gulfport 29 120
Southwest Ranches 29 121
Cooper City 28 122
North Bay Village 28 123
North Port 27 124
St. Augustine 27 125
Auburndale 26 126
Haines City 26 127
Lake Wales 26 128
Tarpon Springs 26 129
Orange City 25 130
Alachua 23 131
Lynn Haven 23 132
Key Biscayne 22 133
Sebastian 22 134
Springfield 22 135
St. Pete Beach 22 136
Mangonia Park 21 137
Zephyrhills 21 138
Palatka 20 139
Sebring 20 140
Winter Springs 19 141
Belleair 18 142
Brooksville 18 143
Okeechobee 18 144
Palm Beach 18 145
Naples 17 146
Safety Harbor 17 147
Seminole 17 148
Lady Lake 16 149
North Palm Beach 16 150
South Miami 16 151
Venice 16 152
Edgewater 15 153
Milton 15 154
Vero Beach 15 155
Bunnell 14 156
Live Oak 14 157
Edgewood 13 158
Hypoluxo 13 159
Niceville 13 160
Orange Park 13 161
Pahokee 13 162
Palmetto 13 163
Parkland 13 164
Daytona Beach Shores 12 165
Eatonville 12 166
Kenneth City 12 167
Lake Mary 12 168
Lighthouse Point 12 169
Neptune Beach 12 170
Oldsmar 12 171
Wildwood 12 172
Dade City 11 173
Green Cove Springs 11 174
Mount Dora 11 175
Punta Gorda 11 176
Apalachicola 10 177
Dunnellon 10 178
Panama City Beach 10 179
Satellite Beach 10 180
Parker 9 181
Stuart 9 182
Valparaiso 9 183
Indian Harbour Beach 8 184
Lauderdale-by-the-Sea 8 185
Ocean Ridge 8 186
Surfside 8 187
Arcadia 7 188
Bay Harbor Islands 7 189
Biscayne Park 7 190
Chattahoochee 7 191
El Portal 7 192
Indian Rocks Beach 7 193
Minneola 7 194
Oviedo 7 195
Perry 7 196
Starke 7 197
Tavares 7 198
West Miami 7 199
Flagler Beach 6 200
Highland Beach 6 201
Jasper 6 202
Lake Alfred 6 203
Lake Clarke Shores 6 204
South Bay 6 205
Treasure Island 6 206
Wauchula 6 207
Belle Isle 5 208
Chipley 5 209
Fruitland Park 5 210
Interlachen 5 211
Lake Hamilton 5 212
Marco Island 5 213
Port Richey 5 214
Umatilla 5 215
Virginia Gardens 5 216
Belleair Beach 4 217
Belleair Bluffs 4 218
Clewiston 4 219
Davenport 4 220
Fellsmere 4 221
Graceville 4 222
Juno Beach 4 223
Madison 4 224
Marianna 4 225
Mascotte 4 226
South Pasadena 4 227
Windermere 4 228
Belleview 3 229
Crescent City 3 230
Hillsboro Beach 3 231
Holmes Beach 3 232
Madeira Beach 3 233
Redington Beaches 3 234
St. Augustine Beach 3 235
Tequesta 3 236
Williston 3 237
Atlantis 2 238
Bal Harbour Village 2 239
Bowling Green 2 240
Carrabelle 2 241
De Funiak Springs 2 242
Gulf Breeze 2 243
Havana 2 244
Indialantic 2 245
Indian Shores 2 246
Lake Helen 2 247
Lake Placid 2 248
Oakland 2 249
Sanibel 2 250
Blountstown 1 251
Bradenton Beach 1 252
Fernandina Beach 1 253
Golden Beach 1 254
Gretna 1 255
Gulf Stream 1 256
Jupiter Inlet Colony 1 257
Jupiter Island 1 258
Longboat Key 1 259
Melbourne Beach 1 260
Mexico Beach 1 261
Monticello 1 262
North Redington Beach 1 263
Palm Beach Shores 1 264
Ponce Inlet 1 265
Sea Ranch Lakes 1 266
South Palm Beach 1 267
White Springs 1 268
Center Hill 0 269
Chiefland 0 270
High Springs 0 271
Howey-in-the-Hills 0 272
Indian Creek Village 0 273
Indian River Shores 0 274
Jennings 0 275
Key Colony Beach 0 276
Lawtey 0 277
Manalapan 0 278
Melbourne Village 0 279
Midway 0 280
Port St. Joe 0 281
Sewall's Point 0 282
Trenton 0 283
Welaka 0 284

If you live, work, visit . . . heck, ever have a parked car in Jacksonville, BE CAREFUL! 3,027 vehicles were stolen in 2016 in that one city alone. There were 1,031 more vehicles stolen in Jacksonville, then in Miami – the city ranked second.

– Road Fatalities in Florida

The stuff you should know about where you live, work, and drive isn’t always uplifting. Some of what we’re here to tell you isn’t good news – sadly a lot of it is downright depressing and horrifying.

Although this section of our Florida guide is rather dreary, we feel all drivers should know the risk factors that result in injuries and deaths. Once you’re educated on the dangers to be wary of and the driving behaviors to avoid, you can do your part to save lives on Florida’s public roadways.

Okay now that you were warned, let’s begin by looking at how specific weather conditions affect death totals.

– Fatal Crashes in Florida by Light & Weather Condition

Weather Condition Daylight Dark but Lighted Pitch Black Dawn or Dusk Other or Unknown Total
Normal 1,125 801 658 147 4 2,735
Rain 61 47 31 5 0 144
Snow/Sleet 0 0 0 0 0 0
Other 3 8 24 3 2 40
Unknown 0 1 2 0 0 3
TOTAL 1,189 857 715 155 6 2,922

The chart above shows the total number of car crashes in Florida in 2017 that resulted in lives lost. It is a crash count, not a death count. The disturbing reality is that one car crash often causes multiple, devastating injuries and deaths.

– Traffic Fatalities in Florida by County

The table below shows the car crash death totals from 2013-2017 in every county in Florida.

All 67 counties are listed in alphabetical order. Use the search box to quickly pull up the area you’re looking for.

County 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Alachua 33 30 37 46 55
Baker 9 2 12 13 7
Bay 17 30 32 38 29
Bradford 5 4 10 6 7
Brevard 76 65 82 98 84
Broward 180 173 224 245 225
Calhoun 1 2 4 3 1
Charlotte 22 19 23 30 27
Citrus 17 26 29 24 31
Clay 10 18 33 26 21
Collier 33 39 46 35 23
Columbia 17 15 22 20 20
Desoto 2 7 16 11 15
Dixie 9 2 6 2 4
Duval 133 120 133 156 151
Escambia 45 43 49 46 51
Flagler 16 24 12 25 33
Franklin 2 2 1 5 1
Gadsden 12 6 12 18 19
Gilchrist 4 3 3 5 4
Glades 8 3 14 2 13
Gulf 2 2 2 1 9
Hamilton 3 6 5 5 9
Hardee 5 10 2 5 12
Hendry 11 8 10 19 9
Hernando 29 20 35 25 34
Highlands 21 21 22 21 18
Hillsborough 171 158 190 228 190
Holmes 6 5 9 9 10
Indian River 22 22 24 26 28
Jackson 9 18 30 18 17
Jefferson 6 1 5 7 4
Lafayette 5 0 4 2 5
Lake 48 41 61 55 48
Lee 92 81 95 105 113
Leon 18 33 29 40 34
Levy 21 13 21 23 23
Liberty 2 1 0 4 3
Madison 9 4 7 7 2
Manatee 40 49 56 71 54
Marion 46 55 70 70 90
Martin 15 20 30 34 25
Miami-Dade 225 280 339 294 285
Monroe 20 11 21 32 18
Nassau 10 17 15 22 18
Okaloosa 22 29 34 21 32
Okeechobee 12 9 6 10 13
Orange 124 143 142 171 189
Osceola 42 50 49 49 55
Palm Beach 137 130 187 181 162
Pasco 55 71 70 86 107
Pinellas 83 116 103 128 118
Polk 94 113 112 137 111
Putnam 19 20 20 26 26
Santa Rosa 31 18 19 13 19
Sarasota 31 31 58 68 49
Seminole 44 30 44 41 47
St. Johns 31 39 37 30 42
St. Lucie 33 38 36 35 41
Sumter 19 20 17 17 23
Suwannee 13 17 12 20 14
Taylor 6 6 4 6 13
Union 2 1 3 2 4
Volusia 90 86 87 122 130
Wakulla 3 2 2 14 7
Walton 17 13 9 17 21
Washington 8 3 5 5 10

All five years the three counties with the most traffic deaths remained the same. Here are their five-year fatality totals:

  • Miami-Dade County – 1,423
  • Broward County – 1,047
  • Hillsborough County – 937

It’s bad news: for all three counties, the 2016-2017 death totals were significantly higher than their 2013-2014 totals.

Miami-Dade County had a drastic 27 percent increase in traffic fatalities from 2013 to 2017—60 more people killed in just four years.

Remember, these numbers are made up of preventable tragedies – lives that ended too soon. Like the young man in his 20s who died on February 9, 2019 in the gruesome Miami-Dade County car crash shown in this news report:

– Traffic Fatalities in Florida by Road Type

Okay, now let’s look at rural vs. urban roadways.

Here are the car crash death totals by road type across ten years:

Year Rural Urban
2008 1,161 1,809
2009 1,035 1,498
2010 946 1,482
2011 968 1,420
2012 873 1,555
2013 969 1,434
2014 634 1,860
2015 859 1,972
2016 870 2,275
2017 674 1,731

Interestingly, rural road safety in Florida has improved from 2008 to 2017 while urban roads have experienced an increase in traffic deaths across those same years.

There were 1,508 more traffic deaths on urban roads from 2013-2017 than there were the five years prior (2008-2012), and there were 977 less comparing those same time frames for rural roads.

– Traffic Fatalities in Florida by Person Type

What were all those people doing when they were killed?

This next table breaks down the deaths by the types of vehicles people were traveling in. And actually, in hundreds of cases they weren’t traveling by motor vehicle at all, but rather walking or biking. Take a look:

Person Type 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Bicyclists 133 139 150 138 125
Bus Occupants 0 2 0 6 0
Large Truck Occupants 25 22 31 30 45
Motorcyclists 485 478 615 586 590
Other/Unknown 44 58 51 62 56
Passenger Car Occupants 726 768 903 1,048 1,001
Pedestrians 499 588 629 653 654
Pick-up Truck Occupants 191 199 215 297 258
Utility Truck Occupants 219 186 271 262 306
Van Occupants 81 54 73 94 77
State Total 2,403 2,494 2,938 3,176 3,112

Pedestrian fatalities have been on the steady rise in Florida since 2013 with up to 18 percent increases in just 12 months.

In fact, looking at the table above, pedestrian deaths is the only category that has a constant increase all five years.

– Traffic Fatalities in Florida by Crash Type

Now let’s look at some crash specifics for the accidents that caused all these deaths:

Crash Type 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Involving an Intersection 764 803 1,009 1,043 1,134
Large Truck Involved 197 190 225 293 292
Rollover Involved 431 371 481 573 538
Single Vehicle Crash 1,376 1,395 1,600 1,696 1,622
Speeding Involved 346 245 320 310 299
Roadway Departure Involved 957 940 1,071 1,203 1,122

Traffic accidents involving intersections was the only category that had constant increases all five years.

Alarming facts: in 2017, there were 246 more single-car crash deaths and 370 more intersection crash deaths in Florida than there were in 2013.

– Florida Counties with the Most Traffic Fatalities

The chart below shows a five-year trend for the ten counties in Florida where the most traffic deaths occur:

County 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Miami-Dade 225 280 339 294 285
Broward 180 173 224 245 225
Hillsborough 171 158 190 228 190
Orange 124 143 142 171 189
Palm Beach 137 130 187 181 162
Duval 133 120 133 156 151
Volusia 90 86 87 122 130
Pinellas 83 116 103 128 118
Lee 92 81 95 105 113
Polk 94 113 112 137 111
Top 10 Counties Total 1,329 1,400 1,612 1,767 1674
Remaining Counties Total 1,074 1,094 1,326 1,409 1438

Overall the death count is going up across Florida, but the greatest increase this five-year trend shows is for Orange County.

In 2017 there were 65 more people killed in Orange County traffic deaths than in 2013.

Floridians Beware! 54-56 percent of ALL the traffic deaths in Florida are happening in these ten counties.

Here’s a graph so you can see the comparison of traffic deaths in these 10 counties from 2015-2017:

Florida traffic deaths in ten counties from 2015-2017

As you can see, 2016 was a bad year for traffic deaths especially in Broward, Hillsborough, and Polk County. In 2015, Miami-Dade had a scary spike in deaths—fortunately, there were 54 less people killed on those same roads in 2017.

– Traffic Fatalities in Florida Involving Speeding

In a rush? Is it worth risking a lifelong injury (or death) just to shave few minutes off of your commute? Is it worth a $376 fine??

Just remember if you get in a car accident, you’ll never make it on time. And much worse – if you kill someone while speeding, you’ll only end up without a license, in handcuffs, facing jail time. Slow down. Speeding kills. Below are the numbers to prove it.

County 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Alachua 9 3 5 6 8
Baker 0 1 0 1 1
Bay 2 3 2 7 5
Bradford 0 1 0 1 0
Brevard 11 6 8 9 15
Broward 28 19 30 28 22
Calhoun 0 0 0 0 0
Charlotte 3 2 3 5 2
Citrus 3 0 2 2 2
Clay 0 0 1 3 2
Collier 6 2 1 1 2
Columbia 2 5 2 2 3
Desoto 0 0 6 3 0
Dixie 5 0 0 0 0
Duval 16 5 4 9 11
Escambia 10 6 2 3 8
Flagler 2 3 1 1 2
Franklin 1 1 0 0 0
Gadsden 0 0 1 6 4
Gilchrist 3 0 1 0 1
Glades 1 1 1 0 1
Gulf 2 0 0 0 0
Hamilton 0 0 2 1 4
Hardee 0 0 0 0 0
Hendry 1 3 0 3 2
Hernando 2 0 5 1 0
Highlands 0 1 3 0 2
Hillsborough 34 27 30 27 22
Holmes 0 0 4 0 0
Indian River 0 1 2 3
Jackson 2 2 3 4 2
Jefferson 2 0 3 0 1
Lafayette 2 0 1 0 0
Lake 5 0 6 3 2
Lee 15 13 18 12 21
Leon 3 5 7 3 3
Levy 3 2 7 2 1
Liberty 0 0 0 1 0
Madison 3 0 0 0 0
Manatee 3 3 1 5 1
Marion 9 6 9 7 10
Martin 0 3 2 8 2
Miami-Dade 31 25 29 30 23
Monroe 3 2 0 1 1
Nassau 2 0 0 1 0
Okaloosa 2 4 1 3 2
Okeechobee 1 1 0 0 3
Orange 16 10 10 10 19
Osceola 4 2 1 0 0
Palm Beach 19 15 37 31 18
Pasco 2 2 7 6 4
Pinellas 7 16 14 13 16
Polk 15 9 18 11 13
Putnam 4 1 2 0 1
Santa Rosa 5 3 1 0 2
Sarasota 5 2 6 11 4
Seminole 8 5 3 5 5
St. Johns 5 6 2 1 4
St. Lucie 5 0 3 3 4
Sumter 3 2 2 0 0
Suwannee 7 2 2 2 3
Taylor 0 0 0 1 1
Union 0 0 0 0 0
Volusia 13 8 8 12 9
Wakulla 1 1 0 0 1
Walton 0 4 1 2 3
Washington 0 1 0 0 1

The counties in Florida with the most speeding fatalities in 2017 were Miami-Dade, Broward, and Hillsborough. These three counties alone had a combined 67 deaths caused by one deadly decision in that year.

However, in 2015 and 2016 Palm Beach was the county in Florida with the most traffic deaths caused by speeding. Here’s the five-year fatality total for those top four counties:

  • Hillsborough County – 140
  • Miami-Dade County – 138
  • Broward County – 127
  • Palm Beach – 120

– Traffic Fatalities in Florida Involving Alcohol

You think having a little alcohol, being a little tipsy, then driving yourself home is okay? Apparently, a lot of Floridians think it’s okay to mix alcohol and driving.

In 2017, 58 percent of the traffic deaths in Florida involved drivers with alcohol in their system—27 percent of those drivers were actually drunk.

Here’s what IS a big deal: being convicted of DUI manslaughter in Florida, which is a second-degree felony and will grant you 10 to 15 years in prison.

The chart below lists the total number of traffic deaths that involved a drunk driver (BAC = .08+) from 2013-2017 in all 67 Florida counties:

County 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
Alachua 9 8 13 9 14
Baker 1 2 4 5 2
Bay 4 12 9 15 5
Bradford 2 1 0 2 1
Brevard 14 15 25 25 22
Broward 51 42 56 66 57
Calhoun 0 0 1 0 1
Charlotte 6 6 5 10 12
Citrus 3 6 4 7 13
Clay 3 4 8 9 6
Collier 7 12 9 6 4
Columbia 3 4 8 4 6
Desoto 0 4 4 3 10
Dixie 6 0 5 1 3
Duval 39 39 39 53 44
Escambia 24 11 14 12 15
Flagler 5 12 3 6 6
Franklin 1 1 0 1 0
Gadsden 2 0 7 5 8
Gilchrist 1 0 1 0 2
Glades 3 1 4 0 5
Gulf 2 1 1 0 1
Hamilton 1 2 1 3 4
Hardee 1 6 0 1 2
Hendry 4 3 3 5 3
Hernando 6 4 7 6 9
Highlands 5 3 6 7 4
Hillsborough 56 47 54 70 44
Holmes 0 0 2 1 4
Indian River 2 9 9 7 6
Jackson 4 4 5 5 3
Jefferson 2 0 0 3 0
Lafayette 2 0 1 1 1
Lake 22 7 15 16 15
Lee 24 19 33 33 38
Leon 6 14 8 14 10
Levy 4 5 10 1 7
Liberty 1 0 0 1 1
Madison 2 2 1 3 1
Manatee 12 15 13 20 15
Marion 12 12 14 19 22
Martin 4 5 10 10 8
Miami-Dade 51 73 81 73 66
Monroe 9 3 7 9 3
Nassau 3 2 5 6 4
Okaloosa 6 10 12 4 6
Okeechobee 5 3 2 1 3
Orange 33 42 44 60 51
Osceola 11 10 10 12 19
Palm Beach 36 32 46 54 40
Pasco 16 13 23 20 24
Pinellas 22 40 24 43 34
Polk 26 27 34 33 29
Putnam 5 10 9 13 10
Santa Rosa 15 4 7 2 4
Sarasota 8 7 17 21 16
Seminole 9 11 12 12 10
St. Johns 5 10 9 9 10
St. Lucie 7 14 7 9 9
Sumter 5 6 3 4 6
Suwannee 6 3 5 4 2
Taylor 1 1 0 1 5
Union 1 1 2 1 1
Volusia 25 26 21 40 38
Wakulla 1 2 0 3 4
Walton 8 7 3 5 9
Washington 1 0 0 1 2

From 2013 to 2016 the three counties with the most drunk driving fatalities were consistently Broward, Hillsborough, and Miami-Dade, but in 2017, Orange County had more than Hillsborough. Here are the five-year death totals for those top four counties:

  • Miami-Dade County – 344
  • Broward County – 272
  • Hillsborough County – 271
  • Orange County – 230

– Top 10 Florida County Fatality Comparison

In sections above, we showed you how many total fatalities happened in all 67 Florida counties every year from 2013 to 2017 and we gave you the breakdown for how many of those traffic deaths were caused by speeding and drunk driving.

Since that’s a lot of numbers and info to compare, we put it all in a graph for you. Below is a visual comparing these crash causes for the ten counties in Florida with the most traffic deaths in 2017:

Ten Florida Counties with the most traffic deaths by cause - 2017

In all 10 counties, over 30 percent of the traffic deaths were caused by speeding or drunk driving. In Pinellas County it was 42 percent, and in Lee County a shocking 52 percent of the total deaths all had drivers who were speeding or drunk.

If law enforcement in these counties started to really crack down on these two offenses alone, there would be a major reduction in the amount of deaths across the state.

– Teen Drinking and Driving in Florida

It doesn’t get much deadlier than an inexperienced driver with slowed responses and impaired judgement speeding down the highway.

Underage drinking and driving is a major problem in Florida that can’t be ignored. Florida’s rate of drivers (under 21) impaired by alcohol and killing people in car crashes was worse than 36 states and D.C. in 2016. 

What doesn’t add up here is that Florida’s death rate by underaged impaired drivers was worse than 73 percent of the county, BUT it’s DUI arrest rate for teen drivers was exceptionally low – only three states had less arrests.

Here are the stats: Florida had 1.6 deaths for every 100,000 people caused by an illegal drinker who was driving impaired, but according to the FBI reports for that same year, Florida only had 109 teen driver DUI arrests.

– EMS Response Time in Florida

A question that most people don’t ask until someone is hurt or in trouble is:  “How fast will help arrive?!”

How long it takes for the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) to arrive in your area is very helpful to knowledge to have, but I bet none of your neighbors know the answer.

It’s not just random trivia either. Knowing how fast EMS arrive at crash sites can help you make split-second decisions such as if someone needs CPR or a tourniquet . . . there isn’t always time to wait!

Check out the average EMS response times below for both rural and urban fatal car crashes in Florida:

EMS Response Times Rural Fatal Crashes Urban Fatal Crashes
Time of Crash to EMS Notification 17 minutes 9 seconds 1 minute and 47 seconds
Notification to EMS Arrival 15 minutes 5 minutes and 49 seconds
EMS Arrival to Hospital Arrival NA NA
Time of Crash to Hospital Arrival NA 35 minutes
Total Fatal Crashes 768 2,141

EMS teams are able to arrive at the scene of a fatal crash much faster in the urban areas of Florida—as much as 10 whole minutes faster than they can in rural areas.

An important fact to keep in mind is that even in urban areas in Florida, from the time of a fatal crash until medical help arrives will likely be over seven minutes. In those crucial minutes, you can move the injured out of traffic, give CPR if needed, and apply pressure to a wound. You might not be an expert, but a little help could save someone’s life.

– Transportation Facts for Florida

In addition to the scary stuff we have covered so far – car thieves, DUI manslaughter, and emergency tourniquets – it’s important to know basic commuter facts in your area that will affect your daily life.

If you live in a nice, safe neighborhood it’s easy to become oblivious to your surroundings. But, things can be much different just a few miles from your home.

Let’s start by looking at how many vehicles there are per family across the state.

Please note: for all three graphs below, the 2017 data shown is comparing Florida households in orange to the U.S. average in grey.

– Car Ownership in Florida

Car Ownership in Florida compared to US average

A combined 67 percent of Florida families own just one or two cars. In the rest of the country, it is less common to own one care and more common to own three cars than it is in Florida.

– Commute Times in Florida

Average Florida Commute Times compared to U.S. average

Overall, Florida residents have a longer commute than the average American employee.

The most common commute length for Florida residents is 30-34 minutes one-way, whereas the highest percentage of Americans have a much shorter average commute of only 15-19 minutes each way.

Ten percent of Florida employees have to endure a 45-59 minute commute to and from work, which is a higher percentage than the national average. Fortunately, Florida beats the U.S. average with under three percent of residents having a “super commute” (over an hour and a half long).

– Commuter Transportation in Florida

Florida Method of Travel for Commutes Compared to US Average

When comparing the average Floridian to the rest of the country, the mode of travel used to get to and from work is similar.

The biggest differences: more Florida residents drive alone and work from home and less use public transportation or walk to work than the average American employee.

In Florida, just under 80 percent of those employed drive alone to work every day.

– Traffic Congestion in Florida

Each year INRIX does a massive traffic study that analyzes congestion and mobility in over 200 cites and 38 countries around the world. Their 2018 findings showed that Americans lose an average of 97 hours a year sitting in traffic, which costs the nation over $87 billion – a problematic $1,348 per driver.

For two consecutive years, four cities in Florida have ranked in this global traffic study due to having some of the busiest roads in the world. Let’s see how the most congested cities in Florida compared to the other 216 cities in the 2018 update to this study:

  Jacksonville Miami Orlando Tampa
2017 Rank 180 70 125 114
2018 Rank 179 73 127 107
2018 Hours Lost to Traffic 60 105 74 87
2017-2018 Percent Change +1% -5% +16% +11%
Per Driver Cost of Congestion $840 $1,470 $1,037 $1,216
Inner City Avg Travel Time 3 minutes 5 minutes 4 minutes 5 minutes
Inner City Avg Speed 17 mph 12 mph 15 mph 13 mph

In Miami, residents are losing 105 hours a year to traffic. In addition to being infuriating, this congestion is costing the city an outrageous $1,470 for each motorist. This troubling expense is $122 (per driver) more than the national average.

Both Orlando and Tampa took turns for the worst with 16 and 11 percent increases in the hours drivers spent stuck in traffic from 2017 to 2018.

Traffic Results in Crashes: Drivers stuck in traffic kill time on their phones, then even after the cars start moving they’re still distracted and cause an accident. It happens all too often.

Make sure you have the car insurance you need to cover vehicle damages and maybe even a chiropractor bill to fix your neck from the whiplash. Remember, in Florida no matter who is at fault, your personal coverage is what pays. Enter your zip code into our free tool to compare the top providers in your area.

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