FLORIDA, FLORIDA — Florida’s state travel insurance premiums are up nearly 25 percent in the past three years, according to data compiled by Politico.
Travelers will pay more for the same trip, but the average premium has risen from $1,100 to $1.35 per day.
That’s up from $800 a day in 2014.
The average increase is among the highest in the nation and marks the fourth consecutive year the average annual premium has climbed.
The average for 2016 is $1:17 per day, up $9.10.
The new data, based on a sample of 2,400 insurance claims filed between July 1, 2017, and July 1.
It includes claims filed in Florida and all 50 states and Washington, D.C.
The most expensive trip in Florida is to Orlando, which the average cost is $2,085, while a typical Florida resident is paying $2.18.
The highest cost is to Tallahassee, with an average cost of $4,065.
The second most expensive destination in Florida?
The Florida average is $3,976, with a typical resident paying $3.96.
The third most expensive in Florida: Jacksonville, with $3:48.
The fourth most expensive?
Orlando, with the average for an average resident paying an average of $3 per day for a typical trip.
Florida’s average premium for a family of four is $5,000.
For a family with three children, it is $4.75, for a single parent, $6.75 and for a couple, $7.75.
For parents with two children, the average is only $1 per day per child.
The top five most expensive cities in Florida, according the data, are:Tallahassee $3K to Miami $2K to Orlando $1K to Fort Lauderdale $1k to Tallampas $1 Million to Miami Beach $1M to Jacksonville $1 million to Orlando State $1m to Sarasota $1million to Gainesville $1MM to Orlando.