McKayla Girardin, Car Insurance Writer
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You can save up to 10% just for trying USAA SafePilot and then up to 30% depending on your driving habits. USAA SafePilot monitors things like braking and phone use to determine how much a driver is eligible to save.
Considering that normal car insurance from USAA costs an average of $53 per month, trying USAA SafePilot may be an easy way for drivers to save on their premiums. That’s especially true since USAA SafePilot will not raise rates for poor driving. So, even less-than-perfect drivers can benefit from using SafePilot from USAA. That said, people with poor driving habits will not be able to get the maximum discount from SafePilot.
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