Teenagers are the most at-risk age group for car accidents. Consequently, they also have some of the highest auto insurance premium rates. The combination of still-developing driving skills and poor judgement can create dangerous situations for teenagers behind the wheel.
While safe driving can help reduce the cost of your teen’s insurance bills, it’s important to teach good driving habits to keep teenagers safe while on the roads. Not only will best practices take away some of parents’ anxiety while trusting kids with the car, it will also promote better driving in the years to come.
To help new teenage drivers stay safe, follow these tips:Always Wear a Seatbelt
Not wearing a seatbelt is against the law. Even so, teenagers are the least likely to wear seatbelts, both as drivers and passengers. Some teens may not feel they need seat belts, while others might think they are potentially [...]