Young British Drivers Pay Through The Nose For Auto Insurance

Young British Drivers Pay Through The Nose For Auto Insurance
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  17th century Scottish writer William Shenstone once said, “nothing is certain in London but expense.” He should be lucky there weren’t cars back in his era, or he would have spit out his haggis: the average cost of insuring a new driver in Ol’ Blighty is around $10,000 a year. That’s money that could… Continue Reading...

New National Graduated Driver License Gives U.S. Teens Something to Rebel Against

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New National Graduated Driver License Gives U.S. Teens Something to Rebel Against
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Parents of teens have enough to worry about. A new bill that creates a national standard for young drivers that’s being lobbied in the U.S. could help ease at least one of their concerns. The result would be one standardized national graduated driver licensing (GDL) system that would replace the varying state-to-state programs in effect now…. Continue Reading...