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I believe it would depend on who owns the vehicle the teen is driving. if it is the grandparents car, it would have to be on their insurance. You should call your insurance company to be sure.

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Q: What if a licensed teen lives with a grandparent can the parent put them on their policy or will the grandparent be required to insure them?
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