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New Teen Drivers
By Laurie Hallihan, State Farm Agent
Learning to drive is a classic rite of passage for any young person, but along with the excitement and the freedom of driving come new responsibilities. Adding a teen driver will likely lead to changes in your household, as well as changes to your auto insurance policy.
Because teen drivers are high-
Below are a few tips to keep your teen safe and to keep the costs down:
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If additional driver safety courses are available in your area, encourage your teen to enroll in them. In some states, attending classes beyond what’s required to earn a driver’s license can lead to additional savings.
For more information about teen driver safety and tools for new drivers, visit
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