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No you are not liable as your daughter is the owner and named insured

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Q: If my 18 year old daughter has an accident and the car and insurance are in her name do you as her parent have any liability?
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Can a 16 year old drive without insurance if they have a permit?

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Can parents be sued for liability for a child on their auto insurance policy while a daughter drives her own car and is not living with parent and a title of her car is on her parent's name?

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If the custodial parent cancelled a minor from his insurance policy can the noncustodial parent be liable if the child gets into a wreck in a vehicle licensed to the noncustodial parent?

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