Is insurance cheaper for students?
If I'm 20 but actively enrolled in school, will it be cheaper for me to purchase insurance than if I'm not in school? I'm thinking of enrolling in a local college or community college.
“If you’re a young or inexperienced driver, you’re probably already paying higher than average rates for car insurance.
Simply enrolling yourself in college won’t have an impact on your car insurance rates.
However, some aspects of college life may offer you discounts, such as:
- being a good student
- participating in a fraternity or sorority
- joining certain organizations”
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