Many insurers offer discounts for young drivers on a policy who are also good students. In most states, you'll get a discount of around 10% * on your Progressive car policy if your child is a full-time student, under 23 years old, and has a B average or better. Both are covered when driving each other's vehicles, so they don't have to tell the insurance company who is driving which car and when. After several years, he expanded his experience in insurance and obtained his license in health and also in AD&D insurance.
Car insurance rules don't change if you're an 18-year-old living at home, a 19-year-old college student, or an adult living with your parents. However, Progressive offers a good student discount because getting good grades shows the insurer that you're responsible off the road, which means you're more likely to also be responsible when you're in the driver's seat. Some insurers also offer remote student discounts for college students who go to school and don't take a car. To be eligible for these discounts, you'll need to be enrolled in your parent's or someone else's car insurance policy and not your own.
To cancel a Progressive insurance policy, call (86) 416-2003 to speak with a customer service representative and make arrangements for the cancellation to take effect immediately or at a future date. College students can get discounts on car insurance for having good grades or for going to college away from the car they're driving. In addition, eliminating them can cause an insurance gap, which will make it more difficult and expensive when they are prepared to insure. For college students from other states, some states and insurers may require a separate auto insurance policy.
Most states allow college students from other states to remain on their parents' car insurance if their primary address is still the parents' residence. College students may also qualify for general discounts on car insurance, such as discounts for driver education students and discounts for accredited drivers. If you plan to add or keep a college student in your policy, you must notify your car insurance company before your child moves in. If you add a student who maintains a “B” average or better to your policy, we'll add a discount on car insurance.
If you share a permanent address or if your car usually spends the night at your parents' house, you can continue to share a car insurance policy regardless of your age.