Is Young Drivers’ Insurance Becoming More Affordable?
It’s always been generally accepted that young people’s car insurance costs are the highest on the market. This is due to the fact that the drivers are typically less experienced, and often have more brash attitudes (although that isn’t guaranteed), both facts meaning that their likelihood of having an accident is higher. However, statistics indicate that the cost of insurance for younger drivers is currently reducing.
Learning to drive is one of the most exciting and important moments in your life, as once you have it mastered it really opens the world up to you, and there is no feeling quite like it.
Passing your driving test is one of the most thrilling
experiences of your life. In an instant, you are given unlimited access to the
nation’s roads and are free to explore every town, city, village and hamlet out
there. But after the expense of driving lessons and the costs incurred from
just sitting the test, many of us are not in a position to buy a car straight
In an age where having your own car or access to your parent’s car at 17 is the norm, could there be a worse time to pass your test given the recent recession; and the spiralling costs of car insurance for young drivers?