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Car Insurance Tips for Teenagers

August 7, 2011 by  
Filed under Car - Truck

Car Insurance Tips for Teenagers

The easiest way to get car insurance for teenagers is to add them to their parent’s policy, but remember that sport cars can be very expensive to insure in this age bracket. Find out the most inexpensive way to insure a teenage driver in this free video on financial planning from a licensed insurance agent.

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