Does my car insurance address need to be the same as that on my driving license?

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Does my car insurance address need to be the same as that on my driving license?

You cannot have your driver’s license and insurance at different addresses. Legally, the policy owner and the legal owner of the vehicle must match. In most states yes, the address on your car registration should match your driver’s license.

Q. Can my parents put me on their car insurance?

Your parents can’t insure your car unless they are listed as owners. So if you are thinking about buying your own car, it is a good idea to ask for quotes from several insurance companies first. Your parents’ insurance company may not offer you the best rates when you’re alone on a policy.

Q. Can you add someone to your insurance if the car is not in your name?

Generally, no. A person cannot get an auto insurance policy on a car that they do not legally own unless they can prove to the insurance company that they have an insurable interest in the vehicle.

Q. Can you add someone and their car to your insurance?

In most cases, no. An auto insurance policy typically covers you, your spouse or partner and relatives who live in your home. And it can extend to other licensed drivers who have permission to drive your insured vehicle.

Q. Can I add my daughters car to my insurance policy?

Some auto insurance companies will allow you to add an additional vehicle not registered or titled in the name of the policyholder onto the policy. Most of them, however, will only allow vehicles titled in the name of the policyholder to be added.

Q. Do you have to add relatives to your car insurance?

Enter your ZIP code in the box above to look at different online car insurance quotes now. Do you have to add relatives to your car insurance policy? The truth of the matter is that any relative, or any other driver in your household, has to be added to your auto insurance policy if they plan on driving the insured vehicle.

Q. Can you add your daughter to your car insurance policy?

While adding your daughter to the car’s title as a co-owner doesn’t allow her to be on your existing policy, it is helpful for her when she goes to obtain her own auto insurance policy because now she has an insurable interest in the vehicle.

Q. Do you need car insurance if you live with your parents?

You typically need to get your auto insurance policy if you own a vehicle. It doesn’t matter whether you live with your parents or not. One exception is if a parent is on the car’s title. In that case, your vehicle can be added to the parent’s policy if the company considers you a dependent.

Q. When do I need to add someone to my car insurance?

If you have a child or other family member that lives with you but has their own insurance policy, you’ll likely still need to add them onto your car insurance because they have access to use your car.

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