When your 18 and still in high school, does the car insurance company still check your grades for a discount?

August 3, 2017 · Posted in FAQ 
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Serenity asked:

My younger sister recently turned 18 and got her license. She’s in dying need of insurance but she’s a D average student and ashamed to show her grades. Does the car insurance discount still apply to students who are 18?

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2 Responses to “When your 18 and still in high school, does the car insurance company still check your grades for a discount?”

  1. Lirasgirl on October 3rd, 2009 9:03 pm

    I’m in CA and I think you are referring to the “good student discount”. Insurance companies don’t check your grades for discounts, for the most part they won’t even bring up the subject. You have to provide them with proof of your good grades (ex…copy of a transcript, report card,etc). Then they will reduce your premium by a certain percent. If you don’t provide proof, they will not apply the discount to your insurance premium. Your younger sister will pay her regular rate….which since she recently just got her license…will be a bit high….even more so if she plans on insuring a newer vehicle with physical damage coverage.

    Hope this helped in some way….

    Best regards

  2. wackattack24 on October 4th, 2009 2:29 pm

    Depends on the insurance company, a good idea might be to call your insurance company and ask. Also you could go to their website as they may provide information about this

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