Commerce Insurance Company “DriveAdvisor” Program

March 26, 2014 at 12:02 PM | Posted in Auto, Personal Insurance, Safety Tips | Leave a comment
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Insurance industry statistics show that the risk of having an accident for newly licensed drivers is highest during the first few months of getting their license. Teen drivers (16-19 years old) are three times more likely to crash than drivers over 20. It is so scary to see your child drive away when they first get their license because you know they probably aren’t experienced enough to avoid accidents. Thankfully, technology is advancing to help us help our children become better drivers when we can’t be with them on the road.

Commerce Insurance has launched the DriveAdvisor Program for new drivers to help them learn how to reduce their risk of having an accident. After you install a device in the vehicle and register online, the program offers driving tips and allows you to receive online feedback and insight about driving patterns, how often they break too hard, or accelerate too quickly. With this information your children can improve driving habits and reduce the risk of having an accident.

Here are some highlights of the program:

  • The program is free to drivers who are insured with Commerce Insurance Company, are licensed less than 3 years, or that have 5 or more SDIP points on their record.
  • Enrolling in the program does not affect your insurance premium and you can stop using it at any time.
  • The device plugs into your vehicle and you register it online in just minutes.
  • It allows you to identify unsafe driving habits that you and your family members can work on together.
  • New drivers develop good driving habits and become safer drivers for the rest of their lives.
  • The device provides trip maps and shows you where driving incidents are known to occur.

Call us at 888-850-9400 if you are interested in learning more about this valuable program.


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