If my roommate crashes my car?

Answers:6   |   LastUpdateAt:2012-05-21 17:44:29  

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hawk, falcon
Asked at 2012-03-05 20:25:39
Who is responsible if my roommate gets into a car accident while driving my car. He does not have any insurance (because he does not have its own car ). Will my insurance rates go up? If you hurt someone would be responsible?
Answer1heronAnswered at 2012-03-07 22:54:57
if your insurance is reposible hes there is great likelihood that you will pay. definetily your ins. up
this is a life lesson Tonot anyone drive your car .

good luck better chance of bringing him to trial
Answer2CarterAnswered at 2012-03-17 09:40:55
It depends. I recommend you call your insurance company.
Answer3cockatooAnswered at 2012-04-04 20:43:17
Insurance always follows the vehicle. If your roommate was driving and gets into an accident , your insurance will cover, then either normally sue their insurance, or it, or your insurance will go up.
Answer4 Good reality -Answered at 2012-05-04 11:14:51
If you and your friend has insurance, you should be covered, but if I was going to drown FRIEND ! !
Answer5 ﹏ 1s, Answered at 2012-05-10 19:21:29
Typically, your insurance policy to cover damage from accident, as if you were the driver ... provided he was not under 25 or 21 or when the penalty rate of age kicked in.
here , some policies , for example, require that the insured driver to declare that no one under 25 will drive the car .
I think it would be sued if they hurt someone , and possibly you too, if you can prove that the car was in a bad state of roadworthiness .
if a driver under 25 crashes the car, your insurance rate will definitely rise.
Answer6Too many wrong ヽAnswered at 2012-05-21 17:44:29
is better than I hope you have good insurance. full coverage !
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