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AARP Online Driving Course for $5 - Save $ off insurance - YMMV

TrevorC 123 February 5, 2013 at 12:11 PM in Finance (6)
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AARP Has an online Driver Safety Course here...

http://www.aarpdriversafety.com/

Using the coupon code BHM2013 the course is only $5
The coupon for the online class seems to work whether you're a member or not.

Discounts vary from state to state. May need to contact your insurance provider for more info. Here is some more info from the AARP website (note: some states require insurance companies to discount insurance after a drivers safety class). http://www.aarp.org/home-garden/t...ounts.html

60 days to complete the 4- to 8-hour course (spread out, if you want).
The $5 offer, in honor of Black History Month, looks like it expires on Feb. 28.

If this was already posted, my apologies... searched, didn't find anything.

-Trevor
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Last Edited by amd555 February 10, 2013 at 09:03 AM
See if your state qualifies
http://www.aarp.org/home-garden/transportation/info-05-2010/auto_insurance_discounts.html

In CA, Geico provides discounts up to 5% only
- if you are over 50 and
- complete the course voluntarily.

In CT, Liberty Mutual discounts 8% if
- You are over 56 years and
- Complete the AARP course.

In IL, Esurance. 10% off Body and Injury liability for 3 years.
---55 and older

In Pa: Nationwide discounts 5% if you're 55 or older if you complete this AARP course. [source my NW agent told me]


Same in VA

Linky [geico.com]
Same in UT http://www.geico.com/information/states/ut/defensive-driver/

Had some problems while taking course and when I called the help number they told me not to use IE but they were recommending people use Chrome.

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#3
For $5 you will save a decent cut on your ins and points (if you have them). This really is worth the time folks.
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AARP sucks..
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#5
Great deal. I have paid $19.99 before but that took 6 month worth of auto insurance discount.This cost of $5 will be recovered in just 2 months..
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#6
Phenominal deal and instant moneymaker (you may get a check from your insurance company). I completed this program 3 years ago for a much higher cost. Find a good movie, open up as many computers as you have household members and start clicking Smilie
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Thanks and repped.
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Question for people who have completed this class. My spouse and I are on the policy, do both need to complete the class or can I just complete for the 10% discount in New York State. Thanks!
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Thanks!
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It says the course is for drivers 55 and older. Will I still qualify for a discount if I'm in my 30s?
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Quote from mat43 View Post :
Question for people who have completed this class. My spouse and I are on the policy, do both need to complete the class or can I just complete for the 10% discount in New York State. Thanks!
Most insurance companies will require each of you to take defensive driving to each get a discount. I made my fiance take another similar online course before I put her on my insurance. Now I don't think our company gives discounts for online defensive driving.
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I dont think they care in MA Smilie
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nodAHMEN
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AARP sucks..
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#14
Two things...

AARP and "On-Line" do they not repel each other?

on the other hand.... Internet Providers in Florida might want to Put additional resources into their Network Backbone.

~SB
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Nope MA is not concerned and doesn't care to be proactive with preventative measures to help keep the roads safe...
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