Can someone who is not related to you be added to an existing policy if that person lives at the same residence and has a drivers license?
Yes, and especially if they may be driving your vehicle while they are living with you.
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Is there anything that you can do if your parents car insurance company says that you have to be added to their policy if you are a licensed driver even if you do not have a car or drive their cars?
Answer . \nYou should be able to officially exclude yourself from coverage if your state laws allow for that.
Answer . \nYes
Can you insure another driver on your existing policy even though the other driver has a different address on their driver's license?
Answer . Yes, depending on the state & circumstances (for instance, if your son or daughter is military or college and is licensed to drive in the state where they live, bu…t the car they drive is still registered "at home"). Having lived in several different states now and attempting to carry my mom (and my car that stays there with her) on my insurance, the best advice I can offer is to contact your agent and ask them.
Can an underage driver be added on to a policy of a family member if the child does not live with the family member?
Answer . I'd talk to your agent or policy services, if the child is given use of the vehicle on a regular basis, then I would think they would need to be rated on that veh…icle, to ensure there is coverage in the unfortunate event of an accident.
If someone has a felony warrant in another state can they get a drivers license in the state they now live in?
NO! It followes you!!! .
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Yes. After you are arrested and get done in Court with all the penalties. People under indictment for any reason cannot make application for a drivers' license in most states,… unless it's a misdemeanor punishable for less than a year and is for a non-violent offense, and also isn't related to another driving-related offense. But you gotta answer the warrant first, and you can and will be arrested at the DMV Office most usually.
Yes, if they are going to be driving the car at any time.
The driver gets arrested but if it's a learner with a L plate you have to have someone who's 21 or older and as had 3 years driving experience.
Yes you need a social security number to get a licence . But you can register a car in Boston without a license but that will come to a end soon. Beware Boston isn't alien fri…endly!! Seattle Washington is the only state you can get a license without ss number but immaragtion a holes are lurking around up there looking for easy targets.
Does a licensed driver without a car that live in the same household have to be insured under parents policy?
If you drive your parents car then you are required to be scheduled on your parents policy. Failure to do so would be considered insurance fraud by concealment of a known risk…. Such concealment can relieve the insurer of any liabilities should an accident or other loss occur while the concealed driver is operating the vehicle, this means they can deny the claim. All auto insurance policy contracts do require disclosure of all drivers in the household whether licensed or not. All household drivers must be either scheduled for coverage by name or excluded from coverage by name. If you choose to exclude the driver then no coverage is afforded to that driver under any circumstances if an accident or other loss occurs. They are basically driving uninsured and subject personally to all the liabilities, accompanying fines and penalties of any uninsured driver. That being said, No, There is no legal requirement of law that all insureds in a household be covered under the same policy nor even the same insurance company, but all drivers must have proof of financial responsibility when operating a motor vehicle on public roads.
Will liability auto insurance policy cover a person driving your car if they have an out of state drivers license or an expired license?
It depends on why they were driving your car and on what type of insurance you bought. If you bought the cheapest coverage, usually a limited or named driver policy then th…ere is no coverage for anyone other than those named drivers listed on the policy. If the driver was a known driver that you failed to disclose, "concealed drivers" when you bought the policy, again there would be no coverage regardless of policy type due to fraud. If your not sure about your coverage just call and ask the company or contact your insurance agent for clarification.
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Can a insurance company deny my claim if i dont add someone to the policy whose drivers license is suspended or don't have a license?
Yes. Carefully read the application and questions on the application. If this is the person driving the car when the claim happens then I can almost guarantee that the claim w…ill be denied. Most policies state that if someone drives the vehicle who you know or should know has a suspended drivers license or no license then no coverage will be afforded. It also stated that you agree to list all household members whether or not licensed and any and all regular drivers, whether or not licensed. You always need to be truthful on the application as the application along with the policy makes up the legal insuring document. A legal contract is made up of responsibilities that you agree to and that the insurance company agrees to. You agree to be truthful, to give the insurance company all information to rate and underwrite the policy, and to pay your premiums in a timely manner. The insurance company agrees to accept your risk of loss up to the limits you purchase and to defend you against claims. If you are not truthful that is just as bad as not paying the premiums in that it breaks the contract on your part and therefore the company does not have to uphold their end on the contract.
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If you're responsible for the accident, you're still responsible even if the other person hasn't got a driver's license.
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Most insurance companies allow household members can be excluded if their drivers license is suspended. By signing an exclusion form this means that there is no coverage at al…l if the excluded person is driving one of the covered vehicles and a claim occurs.
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yes, it is a state I.D. that has your home address on it. Therefor you can use it for proof of residency