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Will an insurance company insure a person who has a restricted license?

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2011-08-20 07:12:08
2011-08-20 07:12:08

As long as you are not driving illegally they will. It's debatable whether they could deny liability if you are driving in violation of your restrictions and you might need an attorney. Otherwise, if you are operating it and as long as you haven't been declared an unacceptable risk.

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