Teenage Car Insurance Top Concern Among Parents
Teenage car insurance is a top concern among parents because of its steep price. A new study from Nationwide Insurance revealed that of all the parental concerns associated with teen driving, the cost of car insurance was the biggest. On average, families spend $3,100 per year for teenage auto insurance coverage. Enter your ZIP code below to find cheaper rates.
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UPDATED: Jan 20, 2021
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More teenagers are having to wait to hit the road, thanks to ongoing economic woes and the high cost of teenage car insurance.
A new study from Nationwide Insurance revealed that of all the parental concerns associated with teen driving, the cost of car insurance was the biggest.
Interestingly, the cost of car insurance was a larger concern than distracted driving, which can obviously endanger a teenager and you guessed it, lead to an accident and even higher car insurance costs.
“Insurance concerns are notable as 70 percent of parents of teen drivers insure their child on their auto insurance policy, experiencing a yearly average increase of approximately $800,” the Nationwide release noted.
The company also found households spent an average of $3,100 per year to allow their teenagers to drive, a figure that takes into account car insurance and gasoline costs.
Car insurance is so expensive for teenagers that half of parents have had to make financial cutbacks to allow their children to drive.
And one-third of parents of teen drivers said their children were “forced to get a job” in order to pay for their own car insurance.
Heck, it may even make sense for you to switch insurance companies to save money on the overall bill.