A curfew on car insurance can help young drivers
While a curfew on car insurance for young drivers may not appeal to everybody at first, once you see the potential savings to be made, you might begin to have second thoughts about it. By not driving at certain hours of the day and night, you can shave anything up to 40 per cent of the cost of your car insurance.
Statistics show that young people under the age of 25 are far more likely to be involved in an accident between the hours of 11pm and 6pm. If you think that you could live without your car for these unsociable hours, curfew car insurance could be a way for you to save a fortune.
And please don't be thinking that you could sign up for curfew car insurance and sneak out at night without anybody from the insurance company spotting you.
A tracker is attached to your car when you sign up to the curfew and it sends information on when you're driving to the insurance company. Everytime you could break the curfew, you're fined by the insurance company. The fine is usually around £25. Although it's not a huge amount, if you're fined a couple of times it can quickly build up.
Many insurance companies offer curfew car insurance to young drivers. If you use the basic principles of purchasing insurance by shopping around and getting as many quotes as possible, you have a great chance of finding an excellent deal. Insurance comparison websites, such as Compare, are a fantastic tool for doing this and should not be overlooked. gr
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