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I own a vehicle, but do not or cannot drive it. Can I get insurance for it so that someone else can drive it?
Posted by Guest on 2009/06/08 15:29:37
We referred your question to Sean Graham, Principle Broker at KTX Insurance Brokers, and the following was his reply:
Yes. It's possible to have a policy where the person who owns the vehicle isn't even listed as a driver (typically because they are not able, or allowed, to drive it because they do not have a valid licence). However, auto insurance policies must be purchased by and listed under the registered owner of the vehicle. In times like these, the auto insurance policy will be rated based on the person who is actually driving the vehicle, even if they do not own it.
Sean Graham, Principal Broker at KTX Insurance Brokers.
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Posted by admin on 2009/06/08 15:30:50
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