Helpful information for Oklahomans from wheat fields to city streets.
Getting a driver’s license can be an exciting time, but chances are it may be less so for parents. This newfound freedom for the new, young driver also means a policy update or addition to maintain the necessary auto insurance coverage. If a vehicle is being added to the policy for the new driver, it will require adding a new coverage line. If the driver will be sharing a car that is already under the policy, that will require a policy update as well. Adding coverage or adjusting coverage can mean changes in price. Most times, a new, young driver will be more expensive to insure. Luckily, many insurance providers offer a good grades discount for car insurance. Read more about this discount and contact your agent to apply:
Contact your agent to see if your student is eligible to receive the good grades discount. While you’re at it, take a look at our other discounts for Auto Insurance policies.
*Depending on your carrier, these eligibility requirements may vary.
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