I am sure that your best answer would be from your insurance agent. However, insurance companies will list other family members as "non-driver" in case there is an accident and the "non-driver" is driving, there is no coverage. There is usually no extra charge for "non-drivers" names on the policey. But as mentioned earlier, your agent would be the best source for an answer.
If your daughter is listed on your insurance policy and a premium is being collected for her, then she can use your insurance. If not, she will need to use her insurance policy at work.
Contact your lender or the insurance company listed on the policy.Contact your lender or the insurance company listed on the policy.Contact your lender or the insurance company listed on the policy.Contact your lender or the insurance company listed on the policy.
Contact your agent or policy services dept for the insurance company you have, they will be able to help you if the vehicle is in your name your daughter can be listed as the principle driver, you will likely be on the policy as the owner of course, there shouldn't be any problems.
Check with your agent and/or states dept of ins, some do not require them to be listed as a driver on your policy until they have a license.
Yes, you can.
The names of the "insured" on the declarations page of the insurance policy and those listed as "other operateors" of the vehicle list on the same "deck page" of the policy are covered. Liabilites and their limits are listed in the policy.
Each vehicle does have to have its own insurance policy, but as long as she is listed as primary driver on the car your husband can purchase and pay for the insurance on the car she drives when not at home. This is commonly done for example while a child is away at college.
It should be fine as long as your insurance covers drivers not listed on your insurance. You may have to put her name on your insurance. It also depends where she is going to live. I think as long as you put her name on the insurance, it will be fine no matter where it is from.
The answer to this question is YES the student driver needs auto insurance because it is a requirement by the law that every driver, whether student or not, needs insurance. If you contact your insurance agent you will find out for the most part that the student driver needs to be listed on the insurance policy but they are not charged any fees until they become a full licensed driver. This was the advise that I had received from my insurance company, which is Met Life.
If your daughter does not live with you but drives your vehicles then she is still required to be listed as a driver on your policy. The policy states that all household members and regular drivers must be listed. A regular driver is anyone who drives your vehicles sometimes. This does not mean you can add a car titled to her on your policy even if she is listed as a driver but she is still required to be listed as a driver on your policy. If she is an adult driver it probably won't cost you anything anyway.
Licensed minors do not need to be listed on the parents' insurance policy in this state. Any family member is included on the primary driver's insurance. However, the insurance agent must be informed about the fact that minors will be driving the car. They must be listed as drivers on a form and have an insurance card to drive legally. There is a difference between having an insurance card and being listed on the policy. Simply because they are not listed on the policy does not mean the rates will not go up. Different regulations may apply in your area.
A Certificate of Insurance is a document issued from an insurance company that they use to determine the existence of insurance coverage under certain conditions granted to listed individuals. The effective date of the policy is listed on this document as well as the type of insurance coverage that was purchased.