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You are eighteen years old and you have a license but not auto insurance the only other thing is that you don't have a car Would i need insurance if i was to drive somebody else's car?


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2009-10-13 18:30:57
2009-10-13 18:30:57

You dont need insurance coverage yourself as long as the owner of the car you are driving has insurance on the vehicle.

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