“Having a younger driver on a car insurance policy can be expensive and sometimes, there are limited options.
If your child gets excluded from your policy, this would mean she is not covered to drive your vehicles at any time, and it sounds like this is not a good option for you.
You may be able to take advantage of a possible “”student away”” price reduction once her car is sold and removed from the policy. On an insurance policy, each person is assigned to a vehicle; if there are equal cars to drivers, it is assumed that all the cars will be driven equally.
Once her car is sold and there are fewer cars than people, she could be listed as an occasional operator or away at school and you should see a big price drop then.
If not, it may be time to shop for a cheaper car insurance quotes online
. There are carriers like GEICO
that offer these types of benefits to parents. “