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Whether they’re graduating from high school or college, many new graduates will be on the roads this summer to celebrate their hard work. From parties to weekend getaways to road trips, young drivers will be on the road often this summer and need to keep some safety tips in mind. READ MORE >>

Of the more than 172,000 people killed in car crashes over the past five years, one in 10 were in crashes where at least one of the drivers involved was distracted. These statistics come from data analyzed by Erie Insurance housed in the Fatality Analysis Reporting System, a nationwide census o... READ MORE >>

A key reason for rising auto insurance claims has to do with distracted driving. By definition, this is any driver who is not paying attention to the road. Many people assume this relates to cell phones. That is one component of it.  However, many other distractions can occur. READ MORE >>

The kids are driving. They want their own cars, yet you want to help them as much as you can as they establish themselves. The easiest remedy? Keep them on your auto insurance policy until they can afford insurance on their own, right? Consider these important factors when evaluating whether to continue providing coverage through your own auto policy. READ MORE >>

Talk to Teen Drivers About the Rules of the Road Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for teens in the United States — ahead of all other types of injury, disease, or violence. In 2015 alone, there were 1,972 teen drivers (15 to 18 years old) in cars, trucks, and SU... READ MORE >>

Drivers everywhere know that the longer you drive the more comfortable you are behind the wheel. Unfortunately, this doesn't translate to risk-free driving. Accidents on the road can happen regardless of experience or whether you have a smart car or not, among other variables. READ MORE >>

  Because they present more of a risk, auto insurance rates are generally higher for teenage drivers. However, there are some ways you can both protect yourself financially and lower the cost of insuring your teen by doing the following:   Understand the Risk READ MORE >>

You have a new teen driver, now what do you do? ERIE requires new teen drivers to be added to a parent or guardian’s auto policy or take out their own policy once they get their license. If your teen driver only has a learner’s permit, he or she is automatically covered under your policy—so no need to touch base with your ERIE Agent just yet. READ MORE >>

As a child, we looked to the day when we would get our first car. We obsessed with which 4 wheels we were going to ride around in and look cool.  It wasn't about "getting from point A to point B," helping out and getting milk and eggs on the way home from school, taking brother Joe or sister Sue to practice, or (AAAAKKKKKKK! READ MORE >>

  It's the time of year when you can finally celebrate the rite of passage of prom. You've bought the perfect dress, snagged a date and are ready to dance the night away. But before you kick off your shoes to do the "Electric Slide" make sure you, and your date are being safe. According to the U. READ MORE >>

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