(NC)-For many teens - and even their parents - a driver's license is a ticket to freedom. However, even while they explore their new freedom, new drivers must keep safety and responsibility top of mind. This includes investing in an affordable insurance policy that offers drivers full protection.
There are some immediate actions new drivers can take to help lower the cost of insurance. For example, drivers who have completed an approved drivers training course in the last three years may pay lower premiums.
"Choosing a hybrid as your first car not only helps green the environment, it also helps keep the green in your pocket," says Henry Blumenthal, vice president, TD Insurance Home and Auto. "Drivers who own or lease hybrid vehicles can save up to ten per cent on auto insurance premiums through the TD Insurance Green Wheel Program."
Some additional tips for new drivers setting out this season include:
Practice makes perfect, so keep driving and gaining experience on the road. To see which insurance policy best equips new drivers for the road ahead, visit www.protection.tdinsurance.com or call 1-866-753-6953.