By Insure. Handing your child the car keys for the first time is bound to be exciting — and scary. For your teen, driving invites a thrilling move toward independence and freedom, but also comes with the tremendous responsibility of getting behind the wheel of a machine that can cause a lot of damage if not driven carefully and appropriately. For the parent, it often comes with anxiety over safety and the added cost of insuring that teenage driver. Teen licensing and insurance laws have changed significantly since you learned to drive. So, as your child approaches the age of driving, start thinking about how to properly insure him or her.
Once they start driving on their own, however, teens need insurance, so you will want to explore options to keep these costs reasonable. Most families add teens to their existing auto insurance policy. You could comparison shop to find the best insurance option for the whole family.
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