If you drive on a learners permit without an adult in the car and get in an accident will insurance pay for the damages

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Asked at 2011-12-10 10:52:44
If you drive on a learners permit without an adult in the car and get in an accident will insurance pay for the damages
Answer1YettaAnswered at 2011-12-10 13:40:37
No, insurance will not pay if your parents do not have the policy yet. You may also want to check your state laws. Having a daughter, 16 years old , makes me a good source of information on this topic. Good luck to you.
Answer2EltoAnswered at 2011-12-10 14:00:48
When state law requires a parent to add to your 16 year old son with a learning permit your automobile insurance ?
Answer3DericAnswered at 2011-12-10 14:37:45
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Answer4mistalee Answered at 2011-12-11 23:21:12
Actually , it depends on your company. Most parents add their children to their children safe when students are allowed . According to her parents' policy , there may be an exclusion for not having an adult in the car with you. Or maybe not. And here 's the fun part : Even if there is an exclusion, and decides to drive the car without an adult , parent and have an accident , most courts do not maintain the exclusion. One of them, first-person coverage (ie to pay for damages to the car of your parents) is very difficult to deny, and two, the third - or liability - coverage is difficult to deny a company insurance because their parents put in danger too ( being sued, etc . ) However, unless you want a big hassle , even before obtaining a license, not risk .
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