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I have insurance and allowed a friend to drive my car and she had an accident who is at fault?

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2009-03-17 20:34:58
2009-03-17 20:34:58

Your friend is. If she is over 25 she is normally covered. Because you claim on youe insurance, technically it will be an at fault accident and your premium may go up. You should talk to your insurer.

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