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You can get a 21st Century good student discount if you have at least a B average or a 3.0 GPA. Student drivers can save an average of 15% as long as they are 16-24 years old and a full time high school or college student.
Young drivers are usually quite expensive to insure since they lack driving experience. However, 21st Century offers a good student discount because having good grades shows the insurer that you are responsible off the road, meaning you’re more likely to be responsible in the driver’s seat as well.
21st Century good student discounts vary by state, but it’s always worth the effort of checking if they are available in your location.
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