Customers can see varying rates depending on their current age, along with other factors.
Seattle, WA -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/08/2012 -- The webmaster at CarInsuranceRates.com recently posted a new article focusing on the role age plays when it comes to auto insurance cost. Extensive studies show that younger, more inexperienced drivers are more likely to have an accident, which means across the board rates are going to be higher.
In the article, the author takes a look at how a person’s rate will be high at 16, and then slowly decline until they reach age 25. For most states, the age of 25 signifies the age that drivers are now more responsible and experienced to be eligible for cheaper rates.
While those people in the 16-24 range will always have to pay more for auto insurance, the article points out that there are other methods to keep cost down. These include student and good grade discounts, as well as discounts for those who complete driver-education courses.
Finally, the article briefly touches on the other end of the spectrum. Once a person ages and becomes an infrequent senior driver, they can see their rates start to rise again. The article provides tips on how to battle against this increase as well.
To read the entire article, or to explore the website in general, visit http://www.carinsurancerates.com/auto-insurance-and-age.html.
CarInsuranceRates.com provides customers with a variety of information and tips to keep their car insurance rates low. Customers can apply for quotes from a variety of leading companies straight from the homepage to learn more.
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