- Teen Driver Tips
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5 Ways to Save on Teen Auto Insurance
It’s an exciting time when a teenager first learns to drive – but adding a teen driver to your auto insurance can cause your rates to rise. Follow these tips to help keep your premiums low.
1. Get good grades. Many insurance companies offer good student discounts. Nationwide offers a 25% reduction in premium for drivers under age 21 who maintain a B average or better.
2. Drive smarter. Teens should learn how to avoid distractions, park on a hill and drive at night. These good driving habits may help earn a discount.
3. Earn a family discount. Nationwide Family Plan® applies the discounts earned by the adults in a household to the teen driver. This can include multi-car, multi-policy and financial responsibility discounts, saving you up to 25% on your auto insurance premiums compared to other companies.
4. Bundle and save. When you purchase your home, auto and life insurance from Nationwide, you’ll get up to a 25% discount.
5. Find more ways to save. Sometimes, the method of payment you use can save you money. At Nationwide you can save up to $48 a year when you sign up for Easy Pay.