Tips for when they are ready for their first car
Autos: Teens & Young Adults
For teenagers, there is perhaps nothing more exciting than passing the driver's licensing exam and being permitted to drive on your own. Unfortunately for parents, this big step also comes with a big expense. Once your teenager is licensed, he or she will need to be included on your auto insurance policy. Here are four ways to reduce the costs of your teenage driver's auto insurance.5 Car-Buying Tips to Keep Teen Drivers Safe
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A troubled economy may force some parents to rethink the notion of a car as a mandatory teen rite of passage. Making a car available for a teen driver can have big consequences on a family's budget and car insurance rates -- not to mention the child's safety and financial mindset. So how can you determine if it makes financial sense to give the car keys to your teen?Daughter's First Car
When "everybody else's parents buy them a car," sticking by your principles as a parent can save you more money than giving in.The Car Purchase Project
When the urge to buy a car hits your teenager, it will be time for The Car Purchase Project. Their interest level will be high, and they will be more than happy to work their way closer to the day they have their own wheels.Would an In-Car Camera Help Keep My Kid Safe?
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