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Adding Teen Driver to Auto Policy

Teen Driver and Vehicle insurance

Adding Teen Driver Yields Average 79% Premium Rise PARENTS looking forward to having their newly licensed teenagers drive themselves on errands this summer may be less enthusiastic when they see the family’s new insurance bill. Families adding a teenage driver to their auto insurance policy will see their premium increase by an average of 79 percent, the latest analysis from insuranceQuotes.com finds. That’s a bit lower than the average increases seen in recent years, but it is still a hit to the wallet. In some states, the average premium doubles. And even in states with relatively modest increases, premiums can balloon by double digits. “Parents need to understand, it’s very expensive to add a teenager,” said Laura Adams, senior insurance...

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NC Auto Insurance Analysis

Cheapest Auto Insurance

Most Expensive Car Insurers in North Carolina By ValuePenguin.com The three most expensive insurers were Safeco, MetLife, and Allstate, based on North Carolina Auto Insurance Analysis. With an average annual rate of $873, the three national insurance companies cost about 27% more than the 13-company composite average from the study. Compared to the cheapest three, Safeco, MetLife, and Allstate were roughly $371 more expensive each year for our two drivers' basic liability insurance policies. For the full list of insurers, , where they're ranked from most affordable to most expensive. Rates are based on the average of our two drivers, who haven't had any traffic violations or accidents in the past five years. Based on your experience as a driver,...

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North Carolina and Elsewhere Vehicle Insurance

North Carolina and Elsewhere Vehicle Insurance

Vehicle insurance, in the United States and elsewhere, is designed to cover risk of financial liability or the loss of a motor vehicle the owner may face if their vehicle is involved in a collision resulting in property or physical damages. Some states require a motor vehicle owner to carry some minimum level of liability insurance. States that do not require the vehicle owner to carry car insurance include Virginia, where an uninsured motor vehicle fee may be paid to the state; New Hampshire, and Mississippi which offers vehicle owners the option to post cash bonds (see below). The privileges and immunities clause of Article IV of the U.S. Constitution protects the rights of citizens in each respective state when...

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