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2009-01-06 12:35:51
2009-01-06 12:35:51

no she has to be on your policy , or if you are full comperhensive and she hold an insureance policy . then you can give her permisson to drive your car under 3rd party only

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Do you mean , If you are insured and dont have a license, and you drive? If that is the question, that you are driving without a license you will get in serious trouble, you could be in a license check going down the highway, or be in an accident, you have to have a license to drive legally.



No, but car has to be insured to register it & keep it registered. to take the driving test, the car you use must be insured.


Barring any exclusions in your policy if the driver had your permission to drive they will be considered an insured driver thus afforded coverage.



P.S. The insured driver is found at-fault with witnesses. The uninsured driver is worried if his license will be suspended or facing any penalty for driving the his parent's INSURED car.



Yes. All cars on the road have to be insured. If you have a learners permit, then you need to be driving with someone who does have their license and is insured.


Sure. If you have no valid license, you have no business driving a car at all. If you weren't driving illegally, you wouldn't have had the accident.


If your name is on the insurance for the car and you have a valid driver's license, technically no one can legally prohibit you from driving a vehicle, unless your parents report the car stolen or you are driving at a time that is legally restricted by the city or county (city-enforced curfews on minors).


No. A driving license is simply a license to drive. It does not indicate citizenship.


The only requirement is that the vehicle you take your test in be legally registered and insured.


Yes. You can get insurance on a car without having a license at all. However, you can't legally drive the car without having a valid license. As far as driving with a license from another country, I don't know what our laws are on that, but you should have no trouble getting the car insured.


(in the US) You do not need to possess a drivers license (or permit) in order to register your ownership of a vehicle. However, you must be 'of age' to 'legally' own it - you cannot operate it - and in some states you must have it insured.


A person has to be insured when they get their license because that is what the law says and you need to follow that.


This depends where you live. In some countries the car is insured itself and anyone can drive it, but in other countries a car owner is insured. In the countries where the owner is insured, you will not get insurance without a valid driving license as you are not allowed to drive the car anyways!


Some insurance companies will allow the named insured to be excluded depending on the reason. The policy would need to be in your name if the vehicle is in your name. Any drivers must be listed as drivers on the policy but not as the insured.


You must have your license with you to prove you are a licensed driver. Without it, you are not legally allowed to drive.


you will get a ticket and probably get your license suspended for longer and insurance will probably not cover the accident b/c you were driving with a suspended license but of course this is just one scenario



A driver who does not have a valid drivers license will be fined and charged, this has nothing to do with a car that is insured, if the driver is caught and cannot prove that the car is insured the fine will be doubled or tripled. No sane person would drive a car without a valid license or insurance, no matter what part of the civilized world you live in.


The laws of all countries are not the same, but it would seem illogical. Either you are licensed to drive (you have a license) or you are not (you have not passed your driving test or a court has disqualified you from driving). If you have a legally valid license then you can legally drive a car that you own, you have hired or has been lent to you by another person (provided you are insured for this car). If your country's legal system does include a license to drive only in emergencies then there would have to be some clear definition as to what constituted an emergency. This would be so subjective it would not make sense.



I believe most insurances will cover the damages if the car is insured and you have a license, but if you do not have a license the insurance will not cover anything you are both liable. Your friend is liable for loning you the car without a license and you are liable for driving it.


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