As promised – here are 3 more ways to cut your Auto insurance premium (after adding a – gasp!!– Teen Driver to your policy.)
When it comes to giving your child a car, (or allowing them to buy one themselves) remember that what your teen needs, more than a status symbol, is a safe method of transportation that’s reliable and equipped with up-to-date safety equipment. Give your kids something to drive, whether it’s technically theirs or yours, that will keep them protected on the road — “Look for small or mid-sized cars that are a few years old without being brand new,” says Driver’s Ed Guru. “Sporty cars and SUVs will generally cost significantly more to insure.”
Bob Ragazzo is a Certified Defensive Driving Instructor who trains thousands of drivers of all ages, each year in the "Mental Aspects of Driving."