Make sure to check for discounts that your student may be eligible for. The possible discount include maintaining good grades, going to college located at least 100 miles from your home, your driving record, the type of car, and how much the car is used could all impact your car insurance.
Keep your child listed on your policy so they will have coverage at home and on breaks. This will also protect them if they drive a friends a car, is hit by a car while walking or bicycling, or while being a passenger in someone else’s car.
Make sure that your insurance company knows if your child is taking their car to college because depending on where you are the cost could be different.
Check to see that your health care is accepted in hospitals and with doctors that are near where your child goes to school. This is especially important if your child is going out of state. If there are no in network providers, it is recommended that they take care of routine visits when they are home and have a plan for emergency situations.
Check to see if getting insurance through the college is a good option.
Homeowners or renters insurance