what happens if I insure someone with a learners permit?
UPDATED: Aug 4, 2017
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Asked August 4, 2017
When insuring someone with a learner’s permit, it is essential to inquire with your own car insurance agent regarding policy’s for learner’s permits. In addition to the inquiry, ensure the car insurance company is made aware of the addition, if necessary requirements are needed. Do not assume a teen that is assigned a learner’s permit, will automatically be covered, even if the insurance company extends the policy to the permitted driver.
Policies vary between insurance companies, so be sure to inquire about the regulations, if obligatory to the insured driver. When the teen driver becomes a full-licensed driver, it is expected among all companies to add the person to the insurance policy. Regulations vary between insurance companies; although the auto insurance policy rates may not go up while using the learner’s permit, be aware rules will need to be followed as a supervisor of the driver.
Answered August 8, 2017 by MattyMelt