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Most of the time they will be covered by either yours or their insurance if it's not a common practice. If I drive a siblings car here in IL, I'm covered by my insurance, but I'm not exactly supposed to be doing it daily. Call your insurance and pose the question. yes but in case of accident/if the other person drive/ your isurance does not pay.

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