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It depends on your insurance. Most insurance companies will cover all drivers even if you are not the insured driver because they have what is called permissive user. Remember typically your insurance follows you wherever you go. You may want to ask the person you are borrowing the vehicle from and see if they have all drivers coverage. If not, then you need to be a listed driver on the policy before you can drive the vehicle even if it is "fully insured". Companies like Geico, Nationwide, and Allstate typically cover all drivers....hope this helps.

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