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New Jersey citizens may see auto insurance cuts after completing driver safety coursePosted On Fri, March 11, 2011
For less than the price of a movie ticket, New Jersey members of the American Association of Retired People may be able to save money on their auto insurance by participating in the organization's driver's education program.
According to the Daily Journal, on March 18, the Millville, New Jersey, Rescue Squad will host AARP's Driver Safety Program, where attendees will be able to hone their skills by learning how to minimize the effects of blind spots, properly use anti-lock brakes and discover how medications can adversely affect one's attention while on the roadways.
The paper reports local residents planning on participating in the two-day, six-hour course must first register with the Cumberland County Office on Aging Disabled.
Successful completion of the course may result in a lowering of insurance premiums for senior citizens.
As it is, most auto insurance companies charge seniors the lowest average premium and young males the most. Still, a recent report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics reports auto insurance rates slightly increased on a month-to-month basis at the beginning of the year.
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