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Can an 18 year old get a non drivers insurance just to have a license?

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2005-10-10 22:32:13
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Typically you don't need insurance in order to have a driver's license. If however you have violations on your driving record and are required to have an insurance policy in order to keep you license you should have no problem getting a non-owners policy.

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