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If a 17-year-old has his own insurance in North Carolina will his parents' insurance premiums go up?


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2006-06-10 00:00:04
2006-06-10 00:00:04

That depends on weather or not your 17 year old has their insurance on the parents policy. It will go up if the child is on the parents policy, but if the child has their own policy, it won't. But it will be cheaper if the child is added on to the parents policy. My husband is a North Carolina State Trooper so I know alot about insurance. Also, call around and go online for the cheapest rates.

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Yes, most insurers require parents or guardians to pay premiums for a minor driver with a permit. In most cases, insurance rates will rise if a minor resides in the home who is of driving age, whether they acquire a permit to drive or not.

Old enough to have a good income to pay for the insurance premiums. Most children are covered in their parents policies up to age 26 IF they are attending school/university full time. Most employers will have a medical plan that you can join and participate in, and have the monthly premiums deducted from your pay. When you get to retirement age (Medicare) you will rely upon your retirement savings accounts and pensions to pay those premiums.

The best thing to do is get on your parents insurance because their premiums will raise less than you would pay for on your own. If you want to get some quotes for yourself, go ahead. I have linked an easy site that leads you through the quote process with tips for keeping your premiums low.

No, unless they are an executor of the estate and the parent had been paying the insurance premiums before their death.. Any person can insure anyone, it only means that a policy will be paid on death of the person they have insured and is paid to the person who paid the premiums or to their estate.

If they are elderly parents, Yes. But if you are under 40 you cannot put life insurance on your parents.

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Ask your insurance company. It is likely that you parents will need to be the owners.

I assume you are Canadian. I am as well, and I am a Broker. First of all, it's dependant upon if the accident was at fault, so rates may not change. If you are at fault, no matter if you are dropped thereafter, there will still be a price hike. If it's not at fault, generally the rate should stay the same. Rates may double in the case of at fault, dependant on company. Being a G2 driver already means premiums will increase the parents' policy. If you are in an at fault accident, this will further raise the cost. If you were not at fault, the premiums should NOT increase.

You have to check with the specific insurance company about the terms of your parents' plan.

Off course you can get your parents the medical insurance, many companies in the market provide medical insurance, for your entire family. But just look through the following points before purchasing it: - Coverage - Cashless facility available or not - Which hospitals are covered? - Benefits - Enrollment criteria - Premium amount - Claim facility, etc That having been said, a basic requirement of all insurance is the existence of an "insurable interest". This means that the buyer of the insurance has to have a "stake" in the continued existence, or in this case, well-being, of the insured. Therefore, it would certainly ease the process of you getting the insurance for your parents if they provided support or you were otherwise reliant upon them. In that case, you could stand to "lose" if they got sick. Finally, you are free to pay the premiums of your parents irrespective of the insurable interest requirement.

Your parents may set that rule. And insurance is usually cheaper if the driver has good grades, which may influence your parent's ability to cover you.

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I think the wife's insurance is primary.

There are many kinds of insurance. If you are asking about life insurance or health insurance, the minimum age is "at birth." If you are asking about auto insurance, the minimum age is "when they receive their driving permit." Call the insurer the day the permit is issued to have the child added to the parents' policy. I cannot speak to all insurers, but Geico (my insurer) doesn't charge premiums for kids who have driving permits, but does charge when they receive their license.

Will is from South Carolina

If you have an insurable interest, you can take out life insurance on your son. Usually, family members, such as children and parents, have an insurable interest in each other. However, your son would have to know about the life insurance, because he may be required to take a physical exam, and answer some health questions to apply for the life insurance. But, you could be the policy owner, and pay the premiums.

Call a licensed life insurance agent

In answer to your question, teen drivers can get insurance in Illinois. However, they must be covered under their parents' auto insurance policy. The cost will be higher for the parents.

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No, they are not yet an adult in South Carolina. Until that point, they are the parents' responsibility.

In the state of South Carolina, you can legally leave your parents house without consent when you reach the age of majority. In South Carolina that is age 18.

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