According to information provided by Aviva Canada Inc in an article in the Globe & Mail you may save money on insurance by being a Young Drives of Canada Graduate. Click on the link to read the full Globe & Mail article. READ NOW!
The following is taken from the Globe & Mail article.
4) TAKE DRIVER'S TRAINING: Simply put, driver’s training gives you a substantial rate decrease for three years.
Example: male age 21, clean driving record, G2 licensed
No Driver Training Driver Training Savings
Occasional $2,348 $1,710 $638
Principal $8,719 $7,693 $1,026
Further, Aviva’s data showed that new drivers who received certified driver education are involved in 26 per cent fewer accidents in the three years following training.
The cost of a driver’s ed course should pay for itself in the discounts given back to you by your insurance company.
Source: It's Covered, Sex, age and auto insurance, Lee Romanov | Columnist
Globe and Mail, Published Friday, Sep. 24, 2010 3:56PM EDT