Several companies offer car insurance for learner drivers including the AA, Aviva and City Insurance. If the learner driver is going to be learning in a car owned by a qualified driver with their own insurance policy it may be possible to add the learner driver to that policy for a nominal fee.
Provisional car insurance is a policy that can be purchased by a person who is learning to drive in another person's car. The insurance covers the learner driver without risking the insurance of the owner of the vehicle. Companies that offer provisional car insurance can be located through an insurance broker.
Any auto insurer can provide information on car insurance for drivers with a learner's permit. Some of the best companies to contact are Allstate, State Farm, or AAA. If the driver is one of your children, you can always add them to your current auto policy.
Yes, children with a learners license should always be reported to your insurance company. Most companies will not charge an additional premium for drivers with a learners permit but they must be added as a driver.
Yes it is possible but getting an insurance with the temps. is hard
You will have to check with the insurance company. Because a person with a permit has to have a licensed driver in the car, some insurance companies will not charge anything. Others may, it depends on the company.
Many companies offer cheap car driver insurance for women. Some examples of these insurance companies include GEICO, Mercury Insurance, and State Farm.
Try this site where you can compare quotes from different companies: insureinfo.us
Most big name insurance companies like Allstate and Geico offer insurance to cover drivers on learner's permits. Just contact your regular insurance provider.
There are too many variables to give one answer that will cover everyone in every car in every location. In my state there is no additional charge for insurance that covers a driver with a learner's permit, since they MUST be in the car with a licensed driver while driving. Once they get their actual driver's license, THEN there is a charge for their insurance. For a best answer, talk to the insurance company that now insures the car in question.
So long as your son has your permission to drive your car, he is covered under your insurance policy. (As long as he has a valid driver's permit or license)
Several insurance companies will gladly offer a quota for car insurance to a convicted driver. The quota will not be low, and it will probably cost the driver as much as a new car will.
Usually the insurance on the car covers any permitted driver unless that driver is excluded in writing.