Cost of car insurance got you down? Be glad you don't live in Michigan.
Connecticut residents spend 2.4 percent of their annual household income on car insurance, compared with 8 percent in Michigan, according to CarInsuranceQuotes.com.
Michigan's no-fault insurance system covers unlimited medical care for someone hurt in a car accident.
Louisiana, Kentucky, West Virginia and Mississippi are the other top five insurance-cost states. Massachusetts, North Carolina, Hawaii, Alaska and Oregon are the most affordable states.
The typical Connecticut household, pays $1,984 for car insurance. Connecticut ranks 23rd lowest in car insurance costs nationwide.