Are there specific insurance providers known for offering cheaper rates to young new drivers?
I'm 19 and I need insurance for my car. I know insurance can cost a lot of money for new drivers like me. Are there any carriers that are cheaper?
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Answered on Mar 12, 2021
It really depends on the area the policy is written for, but Progressive is usually a good option. After five years of having your driver’s license, you will typically see your rates drop because you will get a discount for having driving experience.
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