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In Texas, Yes, It will cost more for Insurance for a new driver whether or not he is the registered owner of a vehicle.

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Having a person on your car insurance listed as an excluded driver can actually save money rather than cost more. The excluded driver will need no coverage or liability when it comes to the vehicle they are listed for.


Yes it does. Insurance companies are in business to make money and if somebody has a proven driving record of being unsafe, the policy will cost more. As he proves to be a safer driver, his premiums will go down.


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Car insurance is typically more expensive for a new driver when compared to that for a more experienced driver is due to expertise level difference in handling the vehicle.


You should be able to get insurance on the car no matter who it is registered to. If the company asks paperwork all you should have to do is tell them its in your parents name. Everytime I've gotten insurance I don't think I've ever had anyone ask for more than the VIN number and a car inspection and money.


A truck insurance doesn't necessarily cost more. It would depend on the size of the truck.


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It would in my opinion stay the same. I really don't see why it needs to go up.


if you are young driver, means you have started to drive the car nearly, and want to take own car,then you need to take young driver car insurance,for that you have to check online for the information about car insurance ,because it totally depends where you live,check online insurance for young driver then compare their or call insurance agent for more information, Good Luck


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Most times more liability insurance costs more to the average driver. However, if you have had safe driving experience for over ten years then most times you will see little price difference.


Typically a first time driver will pay a significant amount more in car insurance. This can be anywhere from $200 to $300.


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What you are thinking of is comprehensive insurance. This covers theft, vandalism, weather and a lot more. Their are so many factors in companies deciding insurance premiums. Factors are driver age, credit, accidents and tickets and a lot more. Your best off calling a local agent and getting a quote.


Accident prone drivers who get into more accidents than the typical person cost the insurance company more money. Thus insurance companies charge higher insurance policy premiums to reflect this increased risk to them. You may also consider taking some safe drivers educational courses as well.


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