The time when a teen starts learning to drive can be a nerve-wracking time for parents. Kids seldom understand the dangers associated with driving, and all they can see is the independence that a set of wheels will provide. Thankfully, laws in many states force kids to have a learner's permit for a short time before they are qualified to get a regular license. This license helps kids learn to operate a vehicle under the supervision of an adult before they can legally drive alone. If your child has recently received his license, here are a few things that you need to do next.
1. Call your insurance company.
In many states, kids with learner's permits are covered on their parent's auto insurance. However, you may still need to add your teen to the policy. Most of the time, the insurance rate will remain the same until your teen has a ...