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Saturday, 19 December 2015

Are Teenagers The Only New Drivers in Alberta?


Being a new driver in Alberta can be rough. In between learning the rules of the road and learning how to actually drive, you also have to take care of these pesky insurance policies. As you already know by now, being covered under a car insurance policy is mandatory for all drivers in Alberta. In other words, it is illegal to operate a car without being insured by one form of car insurance coverage or another.

Discouraged yet? You shouldn't be. Here at Sharp Insurance we are quite used to insuring drivers, new and experienced drivers alike. Our insurance policies can be tailored to meet the needs of everyone... yours included.

One of our most popular insurance policies take the form of a new driver insurance policy. As the name entails, this policy covers new drivers in Alberta from property and bodily damage that they might have incurred as a result of an accident. But what is exactly a "new driver"? And when do you stop being one in Alberta?

When people hear the term "new driver" being used, chances are that they picture a teenager behind the wheel. While this is not wrong in any way, the truth is that teenagers are not the only new drivers in Alberta. Sure, they make up most of them... but you can be any age and still be considered a new driver.

And yes, you can be any age and still apply to be covered under Sharp Insurance's new driver insurance policy.

Still unsure of what classifies as a new driver in Alberta? Give us a call or drop us a line -- we'll be sure to contact you as soon as possible!

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