Driver’s Ed Car Insurance Discount
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UPDATED: Dec 18, 2020
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Driver’s Ed class has been proven to lower the risk of accidents in new drivers, that’s why 20 of the top car insurance companies offer a Driver’s Ed car insurance discount. The lower their risk, the lower your rates.
Driver’s Ed Car Insurance Discount
Below you will find the car insurance companies who offer a Driver’s Ed car insurance discount. In our research, 20 of the top car insurance companies offered a Driver’s Ed discount.
Companies Driver's Ed Totals Discounts Provided #
21st Century ✔️ 21
AAA ✔️ 21
Allstate ✔️ 29
American Family ✔️ 27
Amica ✔️ 27
Country Financial ✔️ 26
Esurance ✔️ 34
Farmers ✔️ 34
Geico ✔️ 32
Liberty Mutual ✔️ 38
MetLife ✔️ 38
Progressive ✔️ 36
Safe Auto ✔️ 22
Safeco ✔️ 30
State Farm ✔️ 20
The General ✔️ 20
The Hanover ✔️ 22
The Hartford ✔️ 38
Travelers ✔️ 28
USAA ✔️ 28
You can see here how much you can save with the Driver’s Ed auto insurance discount by each company. Not all car insurance providers made their discount percentage public, but as you can see the highest percentage saved is 15 percent.
Discounts Driver's Ed
21st Century N/A
American Family N/A
Country Financial 10%
Liberty Mutual 10%
Safe Auto 10%
State Farm 15%
The General 8%
The Hanover 5%
The Hartford 3%
What is Driver’s Ed?
Driver’s Education benefits new drivers in three ways — (1) provides the necessary road experience; (2) educates them on traffic and driving laws; (3) teaches how to pass the road test for a driver’s license.
There are three types of Driver’s Education. All three are important for a new driver:
- Classroom Instruction – Includes all three of the benefits above
- Driver’s Education Online – Includes benefits two and three above
- Parental Driver’s Education – Includes all three of the benefits
Online driver education is a good alternative if classroom instruction isn’t available, but we recommend taking a dual approach of Class Room Instructions and Parental Driver’s Education whenever possible. If you do take Driver’s Ed online, make sure your new drivers get plenty of road experience with an experienced, licensed driver.
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