" It includes teen drivers that naturally resulted to justifying the high costs of their car insurance premiums.
Insurance companies based it on statistical evidence.
But as time passed by, people have come to realize good things that come out of it.
These days, many insurance companies felt the need to help teenage drivers feel that they are being left behind, or taken for granted.
And to make this idea into a reality, they offered a lot of good, cheap deals and discounts but only under very specific guidelines that must be followed to the letter; important guidelines that makes these teenage drivers a lot less risky to the operations of car insurance companies.
But still the main goal holds all of these are to provide inexperienced teenage drivers with cheap car insurance alternatives.
The government is taking direct approach into this.
They are currently making steps to make it possible for car insurance companies to offer much lower rates for this considered high-risk group by inviting different states to embrace the "graduated" method.
This tactic calls for the supervision of teenage drivers by licensed adults for the first six to twelve months that they are driving, and once having passed this phase without violations or even causing an accident, they will then be granted a license but with limited privileges.
It means they are not allowed to have passengers without the presence of an adult.
They are also prohibited to drive after midnight, except only under certain circumstances.
Any teen driver can then have his unrestricted license at the age of seventeen if everything works out well.
This sets the stage for the offering of cheap car insurance for every aspiring young driver.
There's also something good parents can get out of this; it relieves them off of some pressures as they are mostly seen by their teenagers as the bad guys when they are insistent that their teenage children must refrain from driving around with their friends inside their car.
Another thing that is underway is the Safe Teen and Novice Uniform Protection Act, better known as the STANDUP program.
Here, federal standards would set for graduated licensing throughout the country.
According to its provisions, those states that are willing to incorporate graduated requirements into their system will be awarded federal highway funding every year up to as much as a million extra dollars.
And states that will not welcome this will see a reduction of their funding.
Driving their own car is any teenagers' big important step towards adulthood.
Parents are now realizing this idea; they believe this will help mold them to becoming responsible in the future.
They can be encouraged to look for jobs so they can pay part of the car insurance premium.
And along the way they will appreciate the importance of money and the value of saving it.