Insuring a Teen Driver: How to Save Money
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When your teen starts driving, you may see your insurance costs rise significantly. Use this checklist for money saving advice on insuring your teen driver.

When your teen gets behind the wheel, it might mean freedom and independence for them and extra worry and expenses for you. Fortunately, there are strategies to potentially reduce your insurance costs.

Consider these six options that could help save money on car insurance for your teen driver.

Listing a new driver may result in increased insurance premiums, but the right coverage, car, and decisions can help keep your costs manageable.

Did you know that a few simple lifestyle changes may help you save money on auto insurance? Find out more ways to lower your car insurance rates.

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