This question is rather unspecific so it will be assumed that 'female insurance' refers to car insurance. Most insurance companies offer car insurance for female drivers and some even cater specifically to female drivers.
The cost of insurance for males or females is the same. The only thing that will make your insurance more expensive is your driving experience and any pre-existing tickets you may have.
The cheapest car insurance that offer great coverage for female drivers is Geico. Geico can save you 15% or more on car insurance and they are right about that.
Major insurance companies such as Liberty Mutual, GEICO, State Farm, Allstate and Nationwide will provide automobile insurance to young female drivers. The cost will vary based on the type of car driven, driving record and age.
Car insurance is required in most states. For younger people can range from $50-$250+ a month. Many discounts can be obtains for having many vehicles, good driving history, and taking drivers ed.
Yes, car insurance for women is just as common and important as car insurance for men is. Every major car insurance agency will insure female drivers.
All insurance companies will provide insurance for female drivers. Check with your local agents at companies such as Progressive, Allstate, State Farm, or Nationwide.
Statistical data on female drivers is available through several data collection firms. NAIC (National Association of Insurance Commissioners) is the most reputable company concerning driving data.
There are a number of comparison sites one can use to compare insurance rates for young female drives. One can do this on 'Compare the Market', 'Go Compare', 'Confused' and 'Money Supermarket'.
Zurich offers many different insurance plans. The have a plan specifically oriented for female drivers and another plan for those who drive electric cars.
There are a lot of companies out there that provide car insurance for female drivers. If one is interested in a company that provides the lowest rates, it is recommended to check out Geico. Geico offers some of the best deals out there. Make sure to check out the official Geico website for any current special offers.
Auto insurance prices for young drivers are based on many factors. Is the driver a male or female, does the driver have good grades, does the driver live in a city or out in a rural area. All of these are factors in determining insurance rates. For the lowest cost, a young driver would probably do best to try to get insurance through their parent's insurance bundle.
As far as being female, that carries no weight on the cost of insurance. State Farm has excellent rates for new drivers. They offer a reward program to keep them safe out on the road.
You may get a different rating for being a female driver under the age of 30. Once you reach the age of 30, it doesn't make a difference if you are male of female.
Men are better.Added:However men have a 77% higher chance of being in a car accident.In 2008,26,616 male drivers died in car accidents while 10,631 female drivers died in car accidents.This is NHTSA stats, other years have a similar rate for males vs. female driver fatalities.This is why insurance rates for female drivers is lower.
Young drivers can face a tough time in finding cheap auto insurance. Drivers under the age of 25 have to effectively prove they can drive carefully on the road before insurance providers will decrease the cost of insurance for them. There are many factors that work to increase the price young drivers pay for car insurance. Some of these factors a young driver has no control over. For example, an insurance company considers a young driver's history of driving in creating an insurance rate. A young driver may have no history at all, which automatically means the insurance company has to charge high fees for its policy. In addition, the location in which a young driver lives may affect his or her insurance policy rate. If a young driver lives in a large city with congested traffic, then it is likely his or her insurance rate will go up. These are just a couple of the extraneous factors insurance companies use to determine insurance rates for young drivers. A few more factors will work to determine a young driver's insurance rate. A young driver's gender always plays into role in determining the insurance rates. Young female drivers are more likely to be cautious and get into fewer accidents on the road. Because of this, young female drivers enjoy decreased insurance rates. Male young drivers will have to pay higher insurance rates. This is the other factor that a young driver has no control over and is charged increased insurance rates for. To cut costs as much as possible, there are a couple factors young drivers can control. The type of vehicle a young driver uses will have an effect on an insurance rate. Sports cars and red cars often affect an insurance policy by increasing its rates. Cars that are flashy have a greater chance of being vandalized or hit on the road. A young driver should choose an economical and basic car for low insurance rates. Another way to cut costs is to get good grades in school. If a young driver maintains a grade point average above a 3.0, many insurance carriers will forward a "good student" discount to the young driver. Having a short commute from home to school is another factor one can use to negotiate a lower insurance rate.
There are a lot of companies that offer cheaper car insurances for woman, because woman are stasistically better drivers. Some of these companies are moneysupermarket and uswitch.
"Insurance rates vary on state, value of vehicle, age, gender and amount of coverage. An older female with an expensive is more likely to pay less then a young male with an old car due to risk statistics."
There are 14 million female drivers in the UK (Census data, 2001) Http://www.directline.com/about_us/news_211005.htm hope this is helpful.....
The common stereotypes about female drivers are that they aren't very good at driving, they drive too slow, with their body over the steer wheel, that they use their brakes often. Stereotypes about female drivers assume that women can't take care of their own cars, and even buy a car.
there is no one answer for this. the best I can suggest is to get quotes from insurance agencies who will ask where you live if your male/female any prior accidents etc. then go with the least expensive you can find.
There are not many female drivers in Nascar right now. The most famous woman in Nascar is currently Danica Patrick. She started racing in 2005 for Nascar.
The sex of the driver does not directly affect their driving performance. Male drivers in the United States are more likely to get in high speed collisions than females. Female drivers in the United States are more likely to have more minor accidents than males.
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A young female living in Seattle can get cheap car insurance at any of the large chain insurance retailers such as companies such Progressive, Allstate, and State Farm.