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Rest easy knowing you have the right insurance policies in place for your teen driver.

Teaching your teen to drive can be stressful. Finding the right coverage does not have to be.

The Insurance Solutions team can help you protect the things you cherish most, especially when it comes to auto insurance for your new driver.

The personal care, local knowledge, and service-first pledge you receive from our experienced advisors at Insurance Solutions are invaluable to you as a parent. As an independent agency, we shop top-rated companies, comparing quotes to give you the best value.
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Driving Safely
Help keep your teens safe with some simple tips.
  1. Distracted driving accounts for nearly 60 percent of moderate to severe teen accidents.1 Consider taking advantage of one of several apps designed to keep your teen's eyes on the road, not on the phone.

  2. Consider giving your young driver a financial reward for each policy period they are accident and violation-free.
  3. Get your teen in a groove of "beating the rush" by leaving five minutes early so they are not tempted to speed to their destination.
Saving Money
You don't have to sacrifice safety for savings; here are tips for your bottom line and peace of mind.
  1. When shopping vehicles, keep in mind that the car you drive helps determine the cost of your coverage. Selecting a make and model with high safety ratings and a low insurance claims rate can help you save on premiums.
  2. A driver who has no tickets/accidents/claims from ages 16 to 25 will save enough in premiums to pay for a new car.²
  3. Earning good grades pays off! Most insurance carriers offer discounts to students who maintain a B average or higher.

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Source-Agent's own independent study of 24 teen drivers from ages 16-25 insured with agency. Driving records ranged from clean to extremely checkered. Within this small sample size safe drivers averaged savings of $300/month. With many drivers paying for their insurance by age 21, that's savings of $14,400 from ages 21-25 (and savings of $18,000 from ages 16-20).
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