You'll have to call around and get some quotes. Good luck, that can turn into an all day thing.
My dads insurance went up about $40 a month or so, but after I transferred schools in 11th grade, I got much better grades, therefore was eligible for a good student discount. I can't remember how much it went down after the discount.
That's great...hope things will work out with the driving...not sure about insurance info...
I have recently had new drivers in my household. Geico and progressive look at the length of driving time only. My son got his license and added $100 a month to our policy. My daughter was added with her own car and we added $135 to our policy. We added another car and my son was assigned a car and total for 4 people and 4 cars was over $500 with progressive.
We had betterl luck with a local Nationwide rep who listed the new driver as an 'occasional' driver. It does take days to call and get online and get quotes. I made my DH do all that junk for me! Good luck and remember in six months or a year it will go down as the driver gaines experience and hopefully has no tickets!
Well I have a 17yo boy who only has his temps right now but I was quoted state minimum for the 2 of us is going to be about $1200 every 6 months. My insurance alone is only $75 a month.
You might have to take out a second mortgage!!! Haha! First off, be very thankful that you have a girl. I would first talk with your insurance company because I know mine gives discounts for family members on one plan and it lowers my home insurance (I have USAA) and they take care of home and car! Did she take a driving school? Some insurances lower premiums for that. Does she get good grades? For my son when he was 16, I paid an additional $150.00 a month on top of mine that was about $114.00. We keep all our cars fully covered though so we pay a little extra. But I had a rule, driving was a privilege that could be taken away for bad grades, tickets, texting while driving, etc... Also my son needed to pay $50.00 monthly toward his insurance and all his gas so that meant he needed a job and needed to budget his money. It worked well for us.
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