How can I get low-priced auto insurance for my 18-year-old son in Texas?
My son only needs the bare-minimum amount of liability coverage, but the quoted prices we're getting are way too high.
“Because of your son’s young age and the higher cost of auto insurance in Texas, your best option is to add him to the policy of a relative who lives in the same household as him. After six months of coverage, he can expect to get lower premiums because he’s been continuously insured.
Once he starts looking for his own car insurance policy, he should shop with as many insurers as possible to get the best price. If he would rather leave the hard work of gathering quotes to someone else, he can use Jerry. This free app can collect quotes from up to 45 insurance companies in seconds! “
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