WIN with State Farm® Canada and Telematics #BeABetterDriver

I am in the midst of teaching my third child to drive. He is 17 and goes for his road test next week. He has been wanting to go for a while, but life put some obstacles in the way and caused a delay. He is the third child I had as well as the third I taught. It is not always easy, but it is worth it. On top of me teaching him the basics, we have him enrolled in driving school. Having a professional show him the rules of the road without any bad habits I may have, it well worth the cost. As soon as he passes his road test, we will be making a trip to our insurance company. I am excited to have him driving and to celebrate this milestone with him. I have no doubt he will be a great driver and love his independence and freedom.

With that freedom comes responsibility. Being a responsible driver means obeying the rules of the road and being insured in case of an accident.

Are you a driver? Have you heard of Telematics before?

Telematics is the first fully mobile telematics insurance program in Canada – and it’s free! Just use your smartphone to track and improve your driving in real-time.

Telematics is an interactive tool that lets you analyze and improve your driving habits and then rewards you with savings of up to 25% on your auto insurance premium at renewal. The Telematics program puts you in the driver’s seat! Download the State Farm Canada app, activate the Telematics section and take your driving to the next level!

Find out how you can save with Telematics here: www.statefarm.ca/telematics Then download the State Farm app and activate it today!

Enter to win 1 of fifty $100 gift cards!

Take control of your auto insurance and save. Sign up for the Telematics program today and be entered to win 1 of 50, $100 Amazon gift cards.

Telematics allows you to learn more about your driving habits and rewards you with additional savings on your car insurance.

To Enter: Visit www.statefarmcontest.ca and follow the 2-steps:

  1. Enter for a chance to win
  2. Download the State Farm Canada app

The State Farm Canada app is easy to use, reassuring and rewarding! It simplifies your insurance management and provides you with the unique tools and benefits you deserve.

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With the State Farm Canada mobile app, you can enjoy easy access to any – or all – of these services and programs.

Learn more about the State Farm Canada app here: www.statefarm.ca/sfcanadaapp 

Contest closes July, 31st, 2017 at 11:59am EST.

This contest is open to Ontario residents only. No purchase necessary. See full Contest Rules

 

Disclosure-This post has been brought to you by State Farm, as always, all opinions are my own 

 

Comments

  1. I had not heard of telematics before… what a great service!

  2. Oh wow, what a great program! Encourage your kids (or yourself) to drive safely and reap a savings of up to 25% on your auto insurance premium at renewal. Definitely a win-win!

  3. binabugged says:

    ok so I’m in SK and doesn’t the gov provide drivers training for free in your schools? Its been like that here since I got mine in um… the 1980’s … Yeah I went with the kids when they had their learners and had to do the extra driving on their time but no way was I qualified to do all the other stuff that the school class taught them. Sometimes when I hear what goes on in other provinces I’m somewhat baffled lol

  4. krisha4444 says:

    I actually have never heard of that program before! and what an awesome program. I will have to check out the app

  5. I’m all for tech that helps us be better drivers! I’m dreading when my kids are old enough to drive. Mind you they’re only 7 and 4 so I guess I have some time to get used to it. I think I’d want professionals do the driving instruction too – just seems like the better way to go.

  6. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    I taught my 3 oldest to drive (with a school driving programme) and taught my 5th to drive too but with driving school. Two others both only went to driving school as they no longer lived with me and the last one lives in Europe, has had a few lessons but hasn’t carried on so far.

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