Car Insurance for Teenagers and New Drivers
Learning to drive can be exciting. But finding the right car insurance for teenagers can be a challenge. Their lack of driving experience means that teens are more likely than other age groups to get in an accident. Their premiums reflect that risk. Whether teenagers get their own car insurance or are added to a parent's policy, the cost is likely to be higher than average.
Fortunately, State Farm® offers low rates on car insurance for teenagers. We couple affordable rates with award-winning customer service to meet the needs of teenagers and their parents.
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Wondering just how much it will cost to buy car insurance for teenagers? Get a free online car insurance quote. You can see what the rate will be for a separate insurance policy, or you can price a policy that will cover everyone in the household.
As you shop for insurance, remember to look for discounts. State Farm offers a wide variety of discounts that can lower the cost of car insurance for teenagers:
- Completing a safe driving course. The unique Steer Clear® Safe Driver Program from State Farm helps teens improve their skills while reducing their premiums.
- Being a good student.
- Driving safely.
- Choosing a car with a great safety record or safety features.
Of course, when you're choosing car insurance for teenagers, cost isn't the only factor. You also want an insurance company that will be there in case of an accident. With State Farm, you get award-winning customer service, over 300 Claims Centers, a Call Center that's available 24/7, and a suite of online and mobile applications to ensure that we'll be there wherever and whenever you need us.
State Farm isn't just interested in selling car insurance to teenagers. We're also working to keep them safe. We fund research, educational programs, and media campaigns related to teen driving. Plus, with State Farm, you'll get an Agent who will be able to help you adjust your insurance as life changes. Today you're looking for car insurance for teenagers. It won't be long before you're wondering how your policy will be affected by your child going to college or getting that first apartment.