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No. Unless you had the teenager on your policy, but at the same time you knew that the teenager was unlicensed! So, get the teenager licensed and put him on your ins. policy and then teach him how to driver safely and not crash.

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Q: Will insurance company cover damage to parents car when unlicensed teenager crashes?
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