Pennsylvania Teenage Car Insurance: Everything You Need To Know

According to the CDC, teenagers make up less than 20 percent of the U.S. population, but they are responsible for over $26 billion in car insurance claims each year. This increased risk also drives up the price of insuring teenagers. However, the good news is that there are still ways for teenagers to find discounted insurance rates in Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania Teenage Car Insurance Laws In the state, 16-year-olds may begin the graduated license program. Junior permit learners must drive for at least six months before applying for a learner permit. Under the permit, teens must drive with a licensed adult (age 21+)…

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Georgia Teenager Car Insurance: Everything You Need To Know

Is your teenager 16 years old? Then surely you’re accustomed to the begging and pleading that comes along with a youngster who has reached legal driving age in Georgia. There is much peer pressure involved for your child, so understand this. However, it is also important that you understand the laws and really impress upon your teenager how important it is to follow the rules of the road. Teens are, by their very nature, more prone to accidents — and fatal accidents at that. Georgia teenager car insurance should be awarded as a privilege, not a right! What Is Joshua’s Law?…

Illinois No Fault Car Insurance: Important Facts About Coverage

You’d better pay attention at the wheel in the state of Illinois. Here, someone is ALWAYS at-fault in the event of an accident. You can do all the finger-pointing you want, but eventually the law will catch up with you. If you cause significant damage to another person and someone else’s vehicle, you may be prosecuted in court. At the very least, you’ll be expected to cover all damages to both vehicles and medical expenses for anyone in either car that may have been injured in the crash. There is no such thing as Illinois no fault car insurance. In fact,…