Cheapautosinsurance believes safe driving yields more benefits than saving lives and protecting your property.
San Jose, Ca (PRWEB) February 27, 2008
Being a good driver not only includes giving the right of way at intersections, but adopting driving habits that improve fuel economy and avoid distracting behavior while behind the wheel. Reading the articles, insurance industry news and other informative pages on the Cheapautosinsurance site, young drivers can learn what behaviors can trigger accidents. This may lead to a rise in your cheap auto insurance rates. "Text messaging while behind the wheel for example, is now one of the most common causes of accidents for teenage drivers", said CEO of CheapAutosInsurance.com Brian Severson. This translates into a large share of the 5,000 youth ages 16 to 20 killed in accidents each year.
"The need for continuing young drivers education and reinforcement of good driving habits is exemplified by the fact that the fatality rate for 16 and 17 year olds is highest within the first 6 months after acquiring their licenses" said Severson. Reading about the causes of and strategies to avoid accidents can be a useful reinforcement to the young person's initial driver's ed. class. Learning good driving habits is easier than extinguishing bad ones and takes repetition and review to become ingrained. Several times a month, Cheapautosinsurance.com adds to its libraries of informative auto insurance articles touching again and again on driver safety.
"Cheapautosinsurance believes safe driving yields more benefits than saving lives and protecting your property." said Severson. As if that were not enough, safe driving practices such as observing the speed limit, avoiding aggressive driving, and properly maintaining your vehicle, increase fuel efficiency, prolong the life of your vehicle and save money. Cheapautosinsurance.com supports young driver's safe driving efforts by offering the additional incentive on auto insurance quotes discounted. "Cheapautosinsurance feels that by supporting young drivers, they are making a difference that translates into lives saved", said Severson.
Brian Severson, CEO and President
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