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If the person driving the car was not officially excluded in writing from the policy and had permission or a reasonable belief that they had permission to use the vehicle then most if not all of the provisions of the policy would apply for the owner of the vehicle.

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Q: Would a car with full coverage belonging to someone else be paid off if it was totaled in a single car accident when the driver was a non-inssured non licensed driver?
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