drivers can't wait to get their own cars once they have passed their
driving test. It gives them extra freedom to go out
and take themselves places on their own steam without having to
rely on others or public transport.
drivers however often lack driving experience and unfortunately
statistically proven to far likely be involved in an accident than
older drivers with more driving experience which means that car
insurance companies put the cost of insuring a car for young drivers
up much higher.
drivers are statistically more likely to have an accident in the
first 2 years after passing their test than they are at any other
time of their driving career!
is however things that young drivers can do to try and keep their
car insurance as low as possible, although some may not be popular,
unfortunately it's the game many have to play until they reach an
age when car insurance costs start to come down to more reasonable
car - Although everyone loves to have the nicest and fastest car
this can have a dramatic effect on your car insurance. Especially
for young drivers who get powerful cars the insurance costs are
going to be very high.
For new drivers getting a good reliable small engine car is the
best option. Although it may not be the car you want to "impress"
others if you want to get one and be able to insure it then this
is the best option.
Plus - Pass Plus is a driver training scheme that can be done
up to 2 years after passing your driving test.
It involves a minimum of 6 lessons that will build up your driving
knowledge and teach you to deal with driving situations you may
not already have experience.
It involves driving in town, in all weathers, on rural roads, at
night, on dual carriageways and on motorways.
The good thing with Pass Plus is that once you have done it you
will likely be able to get your car insurance premium reduced, even
by more than the cost of taking the Pass Plus costs to take.