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How Will Your Insurance Change When Your Teen Starts Driving?

Posted on March 31, 2020 By agentinsure

You may think that teaching your teen to drive is the most stressful thing you have ever experienced. For many families making this transition can feel overwhelming. Getting yourself mentally and financially prepared for adding a teen driver is crucial to your family’s success. At Chastain Agency LLC serving Gainesville and Cleveland, GA, we love to take the opportunity to educate our clients and future clients on how they can make the best insurance choices possible.

How Will Insurance Change After I Add a Teen Driver?

In most cases, insurance premiums will change when adding a teen driver. In order to know how your premium will change, you will need to speak with an insurance representative. Before adding a teen driver, shop around for the best rate. Experts recommend that you shop around for insurance rates at least once a year. This will ensure that you are always getting the best possible rate. Make sure to include the teen driver in the rate quote. Each families’ rate will be dependent on many individualized factors. Each family is different so you will want to make sure you find an insurance choice that works for your particular family.

Are There Discounts Available?

The best way to keep your car insurance rates low is to always demand safe driving from your teen. A clean driving record is still the best way to keep your car insurance affordable. Be sure your teen understands that there will be consequences for unsafe driving behavior.

If you would like to learn more about adding a teen driver to your insurance policy, please contact our staff at Chastain Agency LLC serving Gainesville and Cleveland, GA.

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