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NHTSA unveils “5 to Drive” Teen Safety Campaign

This is Teen Driver Safety Week.  The U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) unveiled a new campaign that challenges parents to discuss five critical driving practices with their teenage drivers that can have the greatest beneficial impacts in the event of a crash. The “5 to Drive” campaign encourages parents to …

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7 Costly Mistakes Parents Make When Buying Insurance For Teen Drivers

I don’t have space to discuss all 7 Costly Mistakes.  Check out the full Report on our Website.  I want to concentrate on the 3 Most Costly mistakes parents make when buying car insurance for teen drivers. #3 Insuring your home and cars with 2 different agents – If you insure your home and cars with …

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Do I need a special ID card when traveling into Canada?

Yes! Canadian ID cards, also known as Non-Resident Inter-Province Motor Vehicle Liability Insurance Cards, are required for individuals using their cars to travel to Canada.  U.S. insurers file with Canadian authorities a Power of Attorney and Undertaking (PAU), in which the company agrees to certain conditions. One of these conditions is to meet the minimum …

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New PA Teen Driver Law became effective on December 24, 2011

Starting December 24, 2011 the new Pennsylvania Teen Driver Law (Act 81 of 2011) became law.  Are you familiar with the changes?  Here are the highlights: The number of hours of supervised, behind the wheel skill building increased from 50 to 65. Ten of these hours must consist of nighttime driving and five of these …

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