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You are 18 years old and have just passed driving test receiving a full UK driving licence can you be insured under any driver policy?

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2009-04-23 09:49:55
2009-04-23 09:49:55

Yes you can! So long as you fulfil all of the relevant criteria asked for by the insurance company. The law of the UK only requires a minimum insurance of Third Party Cover to allow you to drive. So you can only do this on the vehicle the policy covers. There may be age restrictions or minimum time for holding a full UK license that you must adhere to. Best to check the policy or insurer directly! Most Insurance companys ask for you to be over 25 though.

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