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If your commercial policy on business vehicles is cancelled for a DUI where can you find coverage for other drivers of your vehicles?


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No. Even if you have commercial insurance on your vehicles, you are still responsible for providing the insurance company with a list of drivers. If you do not notify them of the people driving the vehicles they can still deny coverage as you are not obeying the terms of the policy.


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