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Can a grandson be to added to grandparents car insurance?


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Answered 2010-10-26 00:29:48

Yes, any resident of the household should be added to the policy.

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Yes, you can add your grandson to your car insurance policy. Speak to your insurance broker.


Tell your grandparents, it's their insurance policy Then, apologize for lying to them and being a knucklehead


Yes, it is possible to be added to your parent's car insurance, but there may be an extra premium to be payed.


The insurance should be in the name of the grandparents with the grandson listed as the primary driver of that vehicle. If all parties live in the same state this should be easy if they don't, well then that complicates things somewhat. For instance I own a vehicle that my Father-in-law keeps at his place and he is the primary driver. The vehicle is insured on my policy and he is listed on my policy as the primary driver. Doing this way keeps the state happy and the insurance company has full disclosure of all drivers. I would also have the grandparents write a letter giving the grandson full permission to use the vehicle. This should keep the police from thinking the kid stole the car especially if the last names are different.



Yes, If someone will be driving the car, it is recommended to add inform your insurance company and have them added to the policy.


It is very difficult and expensive for a teenager to get car insurance. The easiest way to get it is to be put on your parents' insurance and pay them the added insurance cost out of your wages.



If you are needing to purchase car insurance for a teenager, it is best to call your current insurance company and have the teenager added on to your current policy.


In the United States, anyone who is able to get a driver's license can get car insurance. The driver's license holder must be have insurance in their own name, or they can be added to a primary driver's insurance.


No, they can get their own car and insurance.But if you want them to drive your car, yes they must be added as an additional driver.



Why would you ask such a question? Added: If you LEASE a car - tell the insurance agent, there are different rates (usually higher) for leased vehicles.


Answer 1: yes, my sister is borrowing my car and she her own insurance on it.Answer 2: You can always get insurance as an additional driver on another person's car insurance policy. Isn't that how children in the house are added to their parent's car insurance policy?


it is not illegal for a driver with only a permit to drive his parent's car without having his name added to the insurance.


I don't see why not. The policy is in the name of the Grandparent and the Grandson is listed as the primary driver. Very easy.


In most states he will have to be added as a driver on your insurance if you want him to be able to legally drive your car. Check with your insurance carrier for state specific details.


It doesn't make sense to keep auto insurance without a car anyway! If you do get hurt in an accident where the other driver is at fault, their insurance will pay for the damages. However if you plan on driving someone else's car, make sure you are added on their car insurance policy as a secondary driver.


yes, the insurance policy is different from the car title (title is government, insurance is business) in most states, if you live together, you are both required to be insured on the car.


The actual price for the car insurance will be based on what you will get added to the insurance. The basic insurance plan is recommended by law, I would recommend getting that insurance plan if you are going to be on a budget during your move to New Jersey.


If it is a licensed driver and in your household, then they should be added to your policy.


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yes you can, you must know the car owner and have their permission but you CAN be added if they insure the car, you will be a "named Driver"


The other car will have to pay for the damages using their own savings to take you in a hospital and for the repairs on your car since you don't have a car insurance yet.Added: If you live in a state that requires you to have insurance, and you don't, you will undoubtedly be give a ticket for being an un-insured motorist.


Business insurance depends on your business income and home much you can put forth during a years time. Business car insurance should be pretty standard to regular insurance unless you have multiple drivers added to your plan.



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