To get an Allstate student discount, a listed driver must be a full-time high school or college student who is unmarried, under the age of 25, and able to: earn a 2.7+ GPA, complete the teenSMART driver’s ed program, or attend school 100+ miles from their car. This Allstate student discount can save drivers up to 35%.
How to Get the Allstate Student Discount
1. List an eligible driver on your Allstate auto insurance policy.
2. Provide proof of eligibility to an Allstate agent.
Students can provide a report card or official transcript with their GPA from the previous semester, or proof of having completed the teenSMART safe driver program. Students attending school more than 100 miles from their vehicle will need to guarantee that the car is being kept at the address listed on the policy.
3. Confirm the Allstate student discount is being applied to your bill.
Customers should note that the teenSMART driver education program is an independent training course. It focuses on teaching new drivers safe driving habits and how to avoid accidents on the road.
Also, the Allstate student discount can be applied to a policy even after a student graduates, as long as the listed driver meets the other basic requirements. So, as long as an eligible graduate remains unmarried, the discount can last until they turn 25 years old.
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