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Driver's Ed Isn't Just Kids Stuff

By January 26, 2018 Personal Insurance

When you think of driver’s education, do you remember
sitting in a school desk watching videos of car crashes and listening to the teacher
talk endlessly about brake fluid? Believe it or not, driver’s ed can be
extremely useful—and keep you safe on the road. In fact, we think driver’s ed
is so important that taking a class can save you money. And not just for new
drivers, either.

It’s good to get a refresher course sometimes, and that’s
why in many places, drivers over the age of 55 can get a break on their
premiums when they take an accident prevention course. It never hurts to brush
the old skill set off, and you might even learn a thing or two – while keeping
some cash in your pocket.

If you’re the parent of a new driver, we strongly recommend
enrolling them in a driver’s education program. Not only will it give them a
better understanding of the rules of the road and keep them safe on the
streets, you can also save money on their policy. It’s a win-win for everyone.

So don’t be afraid to step back into the classroom, no
matter what your age, and learn some new driving skills. You might be surprised
at what you learn—and at what you can buy with your savings! Call us today at 410-897-9890 to
learn how CNR First Insurance is committed to saving you money and keeping you safe.

 

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