If I'm insuranced on my mom's car...?

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  • If I'm insuranced on my mom's car...?


Answer #1 | 19/12 2013 20:04
You will be fine, the car needs insurance not you.
Positive: 72 %
Answer #2 | 20/12 2013 05:47
"YOU" are not insured. Cars are insured. Not people (drivers) If you drive an insured car with the owners permission and have a valid drivers license, you will be covered by whatever insurance that has been placed on that vehicle. PLEASE contact an insurance agent and ask him to give you a quick "insurance 101" lesson before you find yourself in a whole bunch of trouble. "Insuranced"?
Positive: 66 %

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