Seattle, Washington (PRWEB) July 08, 2013
According to insurance comparison tool provider Rate Digest, a recent article published on July the 1st by Aol Autos (autos.aol.com) highlights the need for more comparison shopping. The article, asserts Rate Digest, indicates a greater than normal need to shop around when a parent wishes to get their teen driver(s) insured for decent rates.
Rate Digest cites the article to support their claim, which says, “Adding a teen driver to your policy can increase your annual premium by 84 percent (about $2,000) on average, according to a study from InsuranceQuotes.com. But that number can be much higher or lower depending on where you live. The study found that it cost the most to add a teen driver to an existing policy in the following five states: Arkansas (116 percent increase), Utah (115 percent), Wyoming (112 percent), Alabama (111 percent) and Idaho (107 percent).”
Because it costs so much to add a teen onto an existing policy, says Rate Digest, many people would not do badly by shopping around before they commit to a higher policy. Rate Digest suggests that drivers with teens soon to be behind the wheel should get a quote from their insurance provider and then shop online for other options. Even if the parents of a soon to be teen driver don't find a better price, nothing is lost for looking, explains Rate Digest.
About Rate Digest:
Rate Digest is the unique provider of an online car insurance comparison tool. By simply entering their zip code, drivers can compare rates from national companies and find the rate that is best for their personal financial and vehicular situation.