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Teen driving statistics and insurance information
Crash claim rates for some teen drivers are more than double than the rates for older drivers, according to a new analysis from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. But there's something else that compounds dangers for teen drivers: They ...
How to save on your teen's auto insurance - CBS News
Esurance announced Wednesday the debut of a no-cost program that the auto insurance company said will help its policyholders who are parents to monitor their teen drivers and train those young motorists on the rules of the road. DriveSafe operates through a telematics device that Esurance sends to participants who plug that ...
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Teen Drivers and Your Insurance
According to new research by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), many teenagers are driving vehicles that don't offer good crash protection and lack important safety technology. To help guide parents toward safer choices, IIHS has compiled its first-ever list of recommended used vehicles for teens.
Teen Drivers and Insurance Rates
- Determining whether a parent should add a child to a current auto insurance policy or should have them open a policy independently depends on a few factors. First of all, it's a good idea to have an agent or carrier provide a quote for the addition of the child. Remember that if there are have multiple vehicles on a policy, the new driver may cause an increase in premium for all vehicles on the policy.
Depending on the child's age, time licensed, driving record, marital status, occupation and commute, the premium may vary among different carriers and some will let you know that they prefer not to take on the risk by charging a high rate. With this in mind, it's easy to realize why comparing quotes is important in determining which insurer will be a better choice.