Does driving school lower insurance for Canadian drivers? Nov 16th

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When you’re a new driver, insurance companies view you as being at higher risk of accidents than someone who’s been on the road for several decades. The risk of collision is highest within the first year a driver is on the road, and it decreases as drivers gain more experience. As a result, new drivers—especially teenagers—pay the most for auto insurance out of any age group in Canada. What does your insurance have to do with driving school?

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Since insurance companies price policies based on risk, the most effective way to bring down your auto insurance rates is to show your insurance company that you’re a safer driver. Aside from spending years behind the wheel, the fastest way to do this is to enroll in a government-certified driving school course. Read on to learn more about how driving school can save you money on auto insurance…

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