If the driver is listed as driver under the primary insureds policy or is driver with permission from the owner of the policy Yes it's covered.The Scheduled Autos or symbol 7 is used to specify that only the autos scheduled on the policy are covered.
yes, simple as that.
Insurance follows the car, not the driver. As long as the car is insured and you have permission from the owner to drive it, you are covered.
Yes. A teenage driver hasn't the experience and judgment that most older drivers have.
Yes, if you drive both vehicles more than anyone else.
Only your insurance company can answer that - mine does... I have insured vehicles that were not in my name and insured vehicles in my name for other drivers - Geico... I have also loaned vehicles that were in collisions and they still covered them even though I did not specifically "add a driver".
As long as you are listed as a driver on the policy and an accident occurs in a covered vehicle, then yes you will be covered under the terms and conditions of the policy just as any other driver on the policy.
The benefits of Fiat company insurance are that the Fiat vehicles under the insurance are completely covered. This is true regardless of who the driver may be.
The Teamsters Union is the dominate source of drivers for motion picture production vehicles. Vehicles that appear on film are usually driven by a professional driver or stunt driver.
Yes, just as long as their credit scores remain in good standing, then it is possible.
He should be a rated driver in the house on something. If not,,,the insurance company could decide to cancel if the teenage driver was not rated, and had a negligent accident.
A bonded truck driver is a driver that has no crimminal record and is covered by company bond.
As long as the business has the driver listed as a driver/employee of the automobile, they should be covered.
If an excluded driver is driving any vehicles on said policy there is effectively no coverage. This means no liability/property damage/collision. The driver is At Fault in the accident regardless of circumstances. They are responsible for 100% of damages, medical and property even in a No-Fault state. They will also be required to file an FR 22 for a period of years. It will cost a minimum of thousands of dollars for the excluded driver and the insured. Example: Excluded driver is involved in a collision with a teenage driver who runs a stop sign. The teenage driver needs to be hospitalized and cared for due to intensive medical problems. The parents of the driver sue the excluded driver and the owner of the vehicle for all medical costs. $300,000. -Insurance Agent P&C
You need to read your policy carefully and talk with your agent. A permitted driver is usually covered. However, if the driver lives with you and you don't have them listed, they are not covered. If they are a regular driver and are not listed, they are not covered. If they have a suspended or revoked license, or if they have no license, you are not covered. It is best not to allow others to drive your car under any circumstances. If they have an accident, it is on your insurance, and the company will add them to your policy even if they cover them.
Someone who drives vehicles between locations.
Private Hire Vehicles
If you mean are your medical bills covered -- and assuming your state requires medical coverage on auto insurance policies -- then, no, you wouldn't be covered by any policy of the driver's since, of course, no policy exists. However, if you have your own auto policy, that policy would then become primary. After that, your health insurance would be primary. Unfortunately for the uninsured driver, if you do have to go through your own health insurance, there's a big possibility that they will go after the driver for any payments they make, particularly if a driver is legally required to carry auto insurance in your state (again, insurance that included medical coverage).
because they cant drive
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A bonded truck driver is a driver that has no criminal record and is covered by company bond.