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Why do insurance companies ask if any other resident in your household has a drivers license?

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2005-12-06 05:20:50
2005-12-06 05:20:50

This is done to let them know how many people on average might be driving. Also to know if someone suspended is living there. My policy listed myself as a 70% driver and other members living with me to each be driving 10% even though they held their own policy. This helps protect everyone in the case that there is an accident with a household member driving instead of the policy holder.

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