With the rise of zodiac trends, many people are placing their decisions against the stars. Relationship compatibilities, ideal vacations, and more are being chosen based on their zodiac sign's interaction with the area.
But what about daily life decisions? Well, according to our data here at
Jerry, Virgos are some of the best drivers and are less likely to have driving violations.
So if you were born between Aug. 23 and Sept. 22, get ready to brag to your friends that statistics show that you are probably the better driver and might even be paying less for
car insuranceas a result.
What the study said about driving violations and Virgos
Jerry analyzed over 1 million points of driver data from July 2020-July 2021.
According to the data, only 5% of Virgo’s have violations, making them the second best drivers in the Zodiac. Pisces are slightly better drivers, which is surprising given their spacey nature.
In fact, of all the Zodiacs, our data shows that Virgos are least likely to be cited for careless driving—the hallmark citation for rear-ending someone’s vehicle.
Virgos versus other Zodiac signs
Yahoo News, Virgos are practical and logical. They are reported to be perfectionists who like to improve their skill through practice and diligence.
A Virgo is also said to deal with information like a computer—in other words, they can transform complicated information into organized and clear concepts.
So it’s interesting that despite their dislike for chaos and disorder, our data shows that Virgos are
speedy drivers. In fact, speeding and ignoring traffic signs make up most of the driving violations for Virgos.
At the same time, Virgos are also least likely to be cited for a DUI, which is also in line with their orderly, rule-abiding nature. Virgos might be speedy, but they are apparently careful and considerate of other vehicles.
If you’re a Virgo driver, take a deep breath and slow down a little. You’ll get there!
Collision car insurance
Your driving record and violations can impact how much you pay for car insurance.
That’s because a person with a lot of violations is seen as a high-risk driver, and someone who is more likely to be in one or more claims—meaning it could cost the insurance company more to insure them.
Some traffic tickets and violations will affect your car insurance premiums more than others.
It’s a good idea to make sure you have good
collision insurance, no matter how good of a driver you are. That’s because collision insurance covers you if you get into a collision with someone else’s vehicle or another object while you’re driving.
Collision insurance will pay for the repairs even if you are at-fault for the accident.
Save with Jerry
No matter what your zodiac sign is or how many violations you have on your record, Jerry can save you money on car insurance.
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Jerry will send you quotes that compare to your current coverage—and as a licensed broker, it takes care of your insurance needs from start to finish. The app also monitors your car insurance rate every six months on an ongoing basis.