Yes. If you have children you know that your children’s auto insurance is sky high. While it isn’t easy to save on their insurance right away, consider these tips to save you money:
1. After a year and a clean record call your insurance company and ask for a lower rate. We lowered our bill on both our children after the first year. When my son turned 20, they lowered the bill again — this time more significantly.
2. If your child is away at school and is not driving, you can move them to a “low mileage” driver which saves a little.
3. If your child studies abroad and won’t be touching a care for several months you can put his policy “on hold.”
Hope these tips help.
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