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TODAY   |  July 02, 2013

Teens double car insurance premiums, survey says

A new survey found that couples pay an average 84 percent more for auto insurance when a teenager drives the car. In some states, adding a teenage driver can double insurance premiums.

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>> of car insurance for young drivers. the survey finds couples pay a staggering average of 84% more when they add a teen driver to their policy. the increase is the most when drivers are 16. in many states, adding a teen can make insurance premiums double.

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