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Having Peace of Mind with a Teen Behind the Wheel

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How to have peace of mind with a teen behind the wheel driving tools free insurance teenagersDid you know that motor vehicle crashes are the leading death of teens in the US, claiming approximately eight teens a day? If you have a teen in your home, you’re probably well aware of how easy it is for teenage drivers to get distracted and handing them a set of keys is probably one of the most difficult decisions a parent will ever have to make.

Are they the responsible drivers they tout themselves to be? Do they act differently when their friends are in the car? They’re probably begging and pleading for a car daily and now there’s a great program that can help set your mind at ease. I was recently invited to the 2013 Influencer’s Conference at USAA’s San Antonio headquarters and I have to tell you that they are one innovative company.

Learn about this FREE program to help your teen.

As an almost ten year customer, I have to say that I’ve been thrilled with all of their programs, but when I learned about their Auto-Circle package offering the Young Driver’s Intelligence program, I just couldn’t believe it. What if I told you that you could know when your teenager is speeding, braking too hard or accelerating too quickly? Or how about if they drove outside predetermined city boundaries? You can with this great innovative program, with a simple text message or email. Yes, please!

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Even better? You can get a daily driving report comprised of total miles driven with the day’s daily driving habits. Along with that report is a five-star rating system which provides clear cut data to allow parents to have honest discussions with their kids about their driving habits. Psst, you can even know if they disconnect the device!

USAA provides this service free for one year (a $279 value) for qualified members. It’s simple to get started, simply request the service and they’ll send you a box to install in your vehicle a bit bigger than a box of wooden matches that fits on the driver’s side of the car.

Qualifying Criteria:
To be eligible for the Young Drivers Intelligence™ product, you must meet the following criteria:

  • Have an active USAA Auto Insurance policy in the United States.
  • Insure a driver aged 15 to 19 years old on your policy.
  • Your teen driver must have an active learner’s permit or driver’s license.
  • Your teen must primarily drive a vehicle that is model year 1996 or later.
  • Agree to the terms and conditions of this product.
  • Have not previously enrolled the same driver.

Joining USAA has been one of the best decisions this military family has ever made. I highly recommend that you check them out and look into all their groundbreaking programs!

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Have a talk with your kids about their driving with this five-star driver rating program. Pictures courtesy of USAA.
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Provide boundaries for your kids and get notified when they’ve left them. Photos courtesy of USAA.

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