Drunk Driving (DWI or DUI)

Your daughter received a DUI while driving the family vehicle Can the insurance company drop us if we take her off your policy?

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2005-11-20 02:45:45
2005-11-20 02:45:45

You will have to sign an official exclusion document for your policy to be safe. Be aware though that when you do this you can not under any circumstance let your daughter drive any vehicle on your policy while that exclusion is in effect.

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