We look for ways to find cheap car insurance for 17 year olds boys
If you're in the market for cheap car insurance for 17 year olds boys, either for yourself or your children, then you probably know that you can expect to get something of a rough ride from the various insurance companies who seem to make car insurance as expensive as they possibly can for younger drivers. While we'd all like to be able to say that they're simply price gouging, the unfortunate truth is that they are probably right to charge such high insurance premiums for inexperienced drivers given the indisputable statistics available that that particular demographic is the most at risk for accidents.
Fortunately, you don't need to simply accept the first offer you get - there are many great companies out there who will not only offer you much lower premiums than their competition, but who will also issue discounted rates should you be willing to meet a few additional criteria suggested by them.
Firstly, you can take an additional driving course, such as the AA's excellent Pass Plus course, which teaches you advance driving skills and rates your abilities. On the successful completion of this course, you'll be able to get substantial amounts knocked off your insurance price thanks to the fact that you'll have proven yourself to be a reliable and safe driver in the eyes of a trained professional driving instructor whose job it is to determine your ability on the road.
Next, you can ask whether or not the insurance company quoting you offers deals for specific driving conditions. These can include a limited mileage policy where you agree to only spend a certain number of miles on the road per year (in the eyes of insurance companies, the less time you spend on the road, the less likely you are to be involved in an accident), and daylight only driving restrictions, since most accidents involving young drivers take place during the night time hours.
Finally, you can save even more by using an insurance broker, either online or bricks and mortar, in order to maximise the number of companies you can contact while saving yourself a huge amount of time into the bargain.