The roads of Nassau County are considered home to around 78,718 private and commercial vehicles. This number represents around 0.44% of all vehicles registered in the entire state of Florida.
Over 84% of adult drivers in Nassau County commute to work by themself, and around half of those commutes last for more than 30 minutes.
With an estimated 20% of Florida drivers uninsured, roughly 15,740 vehicles in Nassau County alone could be uninsured or underinsured.
Approximately every 5th crash in Nassau County is a hit and run.
Motor vehicle fatalities in Nassau County statistically occur at a rate of 21.11 per 100,000 vehicles on the road: approximately 17 fatal crashes per year.
In 2021, the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (FLHSMV) reported over 1,191 crashes in Nassau County: 11 fatal crashes, with a resultant 11 deaths (including 1 motorcyclist). Statistically, about 36% of all driving fatalities in Nassau County involve alcohol.
To discuss your auto insurance needs in Nassau County, contact a knowledgeable Property & Casualty (P&C) insurance agent licensed in the state of Florida.
Just like the majority of Florida, Nassau County’s estimated 45,340 housing unit market is split between Homeowner-occupied at 80% and Renters at 20% - much higher than the Florida average of 65%.
The neighboring counties largely consist of homes occupied by owners as well. Following Nassau County, Baker County also has a higher rate than Florida’s average with more than 75% of its residential real estate occupied by owners. Duval County has the lowest figure having 57% owner-occupied and 43% of its housing for rent — this means that almost every other housing property is inhabited by or available for tenants to move into.
About 13% of housing units in Nassau County experience housing problems, overcrowding, poor plumbing, or issues with the kitchen. In 1 out of 4 homes, residents spend more than 50% of their income on housing.
For consultation and advice about Homeowners, Renters, Condo, Flood, and other types of insurance in Nassau County, contact a Property & Casualty (P&C) insurance agent licensed in the state of Florida.
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Over 13% of adult residents lack proper health insurance coverage in Nassau County. This is a better figure since it is lower than the state average of approximately 19%. Next to Nassau County, Baker County has 14% uninsured adult residents. Duval County, on the other hand, has 17% uninsured adult residents - the highest in the region. In 2021, the average adult uninsured rate in Florida was around 19.2%.
More than 1 in 6 adults (or around 16,000 residents) in Nassau County report problems with health.
Approximately 24% of the Nassau County population are not participating in any physical exercise activities, which contributes to why around 30% of its residents are considered obese (with a BMI of 30 or more). Its neighboring counties, Duval County and Baker County have an obesity rate of 32% and 38%, respectively. All areas have a higher obesity rate than the Florida average of over 27%.
As of 2022, there were 14 health insurers in Nassau County, offering affordable and frequently subsidized ACA health insurance on the Florida marketplace.
The average life expectancy for the residents of Nassau County is between 77 and 78 years old, which is a couple of years shorter than the Florida average of 80 years old. Its neighboring counties, Duval County and Baker County, both have an average life expectancy of 76 years old for their residents - the lowest in the region.
In 2022 there are approximately 21,500 seniors (65 and older) residing in Nassau County.
The average price of a funeral in Nassau County is around $6,350, which is more costly than the Florida state average of $5,900. Duval County also has a more costly average of about $6,100, while an average funeral cost in Baker County is $4,900 - the lowest among the neighboring counties.
Commercial insurance needs vary between each of the nearly 2,500 business establishments in Nassau County. The three largest job-creating sectors, accounting for over 54% of all employment in the county in 2020 were:
To assess your business insurance needs in Nassau County, speak with a knowledgeable Florida-licensed commercial insurance agent with access to multiple insurers.