Tips for adding teen drivers to the insurance policy

Tips for adding teen drivers to the insurance policy

So the day has come. Your teen has started driving. But before they get behind the wheel, they’ll need to get insured. Whether they have a car of their own or they just plan on driving dad’s old truck around on the weekends, they should be added to your auto insurance policy. Teens are considered to be the “riskiest” demographic on the road. Data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows that new drivers between the ages of 15 and 19 are four times more likely to be involved in an automobile accident, which is why they are the most expensive group to insure. Statistics show that a one-car family can expect their annual insurance costs to increase by 44% after adding a teen driver. For families with two or three cars, that number can be anywhere between 58% and 62%. Despite the expense, it’s a smart move to have auto insurance, and in most states, it’s the law. It can be hard enough to pick insurance that’s right for...
IYKYK

IYKYK

IYKYK – If You Know You Know. You’re smart and you know it, and want to use your power to help people and relate to others. Even though you tend to battle with yourself, you solve other people’s conflicts well. Your saturation level is very low – you have better things to do than jump headfirst into every little project. You make sure your actions are going to really accomplish something before you start because you hate wasting energy making everyone else think you’re working. Your outlook on life is very bright. You are sunny and optimistic about life and others find it very encouraging, but remember to tone it down if you sense irritation.      
6 surprising factors that can affect your pregnancy

6 surprising factors that can affect your pregnancy

Creating life is a complex process, so it should come as no surprise that there are numerous factors that can affect the health of your unborn child. What is surprising, however, are that there are plenty of things that can affect you and your child that most women don’t even know about, such as: Your Regular Visit to the Salon Could Put You at Risk For many years, women were told not to dye their hair while pregnant. Fortunately, we now know that it’s actually safe to do a little hair maintenance, including dying your hair, during those nine long months. However, there is one way that hair care can negatively impact your pregnancy and that’s by causing an allergic reaction. Pregnancy hormones can cause you to react negatively to chemicals that you previously had no issue with. If you need to get your hair done (and you certainly shouldn’t skip out on self-care), your stylist can perform a patch test to check for allergies. They will...

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