Most people say women are less aggressive drivers and they are safer so they have lower rates most of the time. However, taking Driver's Ed can help lower your insurance rate as well even if your aren't a women.
Not nearly as many drivers take drivers ed now as in the past since it really isn't required. However it is a useful class and it can even lower your car insurance price if you take it!
No, but you should, it will lower your insurance alot...and weather you think so or not, it will make you a better driver.
Yes you can get your license when your 18 in Washington state if you didnt take a drivers education class. Your insurance rates will be higher. Drivers education is required for people Under the age of 18 to get their license
until you need to use your insurance
You do not have to take drivers ed in Oregon. You have to drive more in order to get your drivers license, and you pay more for insurance with out it. But you dont need to take.
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No, she does not. If you feel comfortable teaching her how to drive. She does not need to, but it will be an insurance deduciton.
You need to check your local state laws concerning the age requirements. Typically, the answer is yes, there are several online drivers ed packages that are fully interactive for drivers education. The added bonus is some offer additional content about defensive driving and safety information, this in turn can benefit the teen in lower insurance rates and personal safety. However, the learners permit and practical driving lessons will need to be taken out of the homeschool environment.
Depends on your state and if you have taken a drivers ed class.
Check with your parents insurance company. Most states require the class just to get a license..