Will auto insurance provide coverage for accident when violating daytime driving restricted license?

Why would you even want to consider a question like this? If a person is restricted to driving only in the daytime that means their license is not valid after dark. If you allow someone to drive when they do not have a valid license they may not be covered, they certainly are not legally driving. Also, the driver must be listed on the policy as a driver and you have to have given the company all their information like their drivers license, date of birth, driving record, etc.