The world of teen driving is full of new experiences, important decisions, and critical lessons. On top of that, teens are faced with an ever-increasing amount of distractions as well as laws and regulations specific to them as they begin their on-the-road driving experience. Allstate hopes to make teen drivers, and their parents, more comfortable in this process with plenty of resources and information.
Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL) Laws were created to protect new drivers and help them obtain hands-on experience under lower-risk conditions. Typically, graduated driver licensing laws contain provisions for:
- extended periods of adult supervision during learner phases
- restrictions on late-night driving
- driving with other teen passengers
- mandated seatbelt use
However, each state is differentcheck your state's driving laws
KeeptheDrive.com is a teen-led movement to take on the number one killer of teenscar crashes.1 The website, which speaks to teens on their level, is full of information and resources that can help keep young drivers safe.
We've created AllstateTeenDriver.com to guide teens with safe driving tips and techniques.
In fact, we're challenging young drivers to learn the rules of the road, and safe driving practices with interactive games and experiences.
When you add a teen to your policy, it may be a good time to see if you're eligible for more money-saving insurance discounts. In addition, you can usually save money on your auto insurance if your home or other autos are insured with Allstate. Here are some additional insurance discounts your teens may be eligible for:
- Good Student
- Passive Restraint Systems
- Anti-Lock Brakes
- Anti-Theft Devices
- Defensive Driver (TeenSMART) Discount?
- Resident Student
The availability, qualifications and amount of these discounts may vary from state to state. In addition, terms, conditions and exclusions may apply, and total savings may vary depending on the coverages purchased.