Yes, all scheduled drivers are assumed to have access to any of your covered vehicles and coverage is afforded regardless of which of your scheduled vehicles they are driving on any given day.
All drivers on your insurance policy are automatically covered to drive all of the vehicles listed on your policy. Insurance companies don't insure you or your other scheduled drivers to drive only one of your scheduled vehicles. This is because as a permitted driver they are assumed to have access to any of the scheduled vehicles when needed.
Even though each of your covered drivers may primarily drive a particular vehicle, they will need to drive one of the others if their preferred vehicle is inoperable or does not suit their needs on that particular day.
quote on auto insurance for my 16 year old daughter
Oddly enough, people aren't insured; cars are. Your son doesn't need insurance, but the cars he drives must be insured.
No you are not liable as your daughter is the owner and named insured
Older safer cars are the cheapest.
Insurance goes by 15,000 miles a year. Some folks to less in year.
In the UK, cars with low insurance group numbers. (1 to 3 approx) Generally small cars lacking in power.
If she is done with school, yes. She is an adult.
The insurance will not pay any claim on your daughter if she is removed from the plan. As soon as your daughter's premium is no longer paid on your plan, her coverage will terminate.
The owner of the vehicle please the people on the insurance policy are liable.
The best company to offer insurance for recreational vehicles would be Progressive Insurance. They have a lot of different plans, like multiple cars and house insurance too. The price depends on the year and model.
Yes. She is emancipated and an adult supporting herself.