How to Cut Costs on a Teenage Driver

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Question: I need Car Insurance in Florida for my teenage driver, but I want the least expensive coverage. What do you suggest?

Answer: There are three things you can do to save money.

1. Have your teenager complete a certified drivers education course which entails both instruction in classroom and hours behind the wheel.
2. If your teenager is a good student with a GPA of 3.0 and higher most carriers will provide a good student discount with a copy of the most recent report card.
3. Look at a carrier who will track driving. This could help on premium costs and make your teenager accountable for his or her driving habits.

Remember now is not time to go cheap on auto coverage with a new driver in the house. If you have more questions on this subject, or anything insurance related, call Caton Hosey today and speak with one of our agents.

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