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American Family KnowYourDrive works by tracking your driving habits through a a smartphone app and rewarding safe driving with lower rates. American Family KnowYourDrive monitors things like speeding and miles driven, and American Family will not raise your rates for poor driving habits.
Key Things to Know About American Family KnowYourDrive
- Customers who sign up for KnowYourDrive will automatically get an initial discount of 10%.
- American Family customers who drive safely can save up to 20% while using KnowYourDrive.
- American Family KnowYourDrive monitors your hours driven, speed, hard braking, distracted driving, and the time of day that you typically drive.
- In addition to speeding and hard braking, things like driving late at night or being in heavy traffic often may reduce the likelihood of a discount.
- Customer reviews for the American Family KnowYourDrive app average 4.5/5.
- KnowYourDrive is available in all states.
To learn more, check out WalletHub’s full review of American Family.
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