Drivers in Leeds are paying up to 11 per cent more to renew their car insurance than they did 12 months ago.
A new premium calculator released by price comparison site Confused.com has revealed stark rises in quotes in the past year.
In Leeds, the biggest jump is for men in the 41-45 age group, who can expect to pay nearly £100 more than they did in 2017.
Their premiums have risen by 11 per cent - meaning that the average quote has gone up from £815 to £905.
The lowest rise is for new female drivers - the 17-20 age group has seen only a six per cent rise, from £2,135 to £2,263.
However, male teenagers are now paying average premiums of more than £3,000 a year for the first time.
Their quotes (ages 17-20) have risen by 10 per cent, from £2,767 to £3,044.
There were also 10 per cent rises in the 26-30 male and 41-45 female categories. The former has jumped from £1,237 to £1,361 and the latter from £635 to £698.
For a woman aged 26-30, the increase is eight per cent, from £878 to £948.
The average is around eight per cent for all other age groups.