However, since they are teenagers and share a car, even though they may not be driving as frequently, these might also impact the premium.
For instance, if one of your kids has ever had an accident or gotten a ticket, especially for speeding or from an accident where they were at fault, these may very well come into play in the price of coverage.
Nationwide Insurance is a well-known company that offers an accident forgiveness program to all drivers including teenagers. You might need to check if your state approves those types of policies.
Here’s a great article from Forbes to check out for more information on this type of policy. See forbes.com/advisor/car-insurance/accident-forgiveness/ as it explains it quite well for various states and scenarios.
Get as much info as possible and compare your notes to get the best insurance for you and your family members before making a final decision.
I have to say that this virtual school class system is basically not working for our children. All three of them are behind as well as confused. Both my husband and I have to work and now, on top of everything else, we are going to have to hire a tutor. My question is how is the best way to do this? What questions do we ask them to try and make a good match for our kids? This will be a whole new experience for us and I don’t want to make a costly mistake.
Jodie Lynn is an award-winning parenting columnist, author of five books and mother to three children. She and her family live in Wildwood.
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