Can you drive your friends leased car on your fully comp insurance?

Can you drive your friends leased car on your fully comp insurance?ABSOLUTELY NOT. You cannot insure a vehicle that you do not own on your insurance policy no matter what kind of coverage you have. Your insurance policy will not pay anything even if you have added the vehicle on your policy without their skill.

If a friend wants to use your car is it possible for him to buy his own insurance to drive your car?

Yes it is very possible for your friend to get insurance to drive your car. There are Two ways, the very first is called a non-owners policy which will only provide liability coverage, and no property harm to your vehicle. The 2nd is to get a policy on your vehicle which is now available in most states, without having insurable interest. The non owners policy is the least expensive.

If you drive a friend’s car alone and do not have insurance are you cracking the law if the friend has insurance and you have a license?

Unless the policy has a clause that says it is only insured for listed drivers, the insurance goes after the car. If it is listed on your friend’s policy, it is covered whenever a licensed driver is behind the wheel. This is assuming that you are only borrowing the car temporarily. If you are using it long-term your friend should have you listed as the primary driver on his policy.

If you are driving your parents’ fully-insured car and have your own insurance and you cause harm to someone can they bring a civil suit against the parents beyond their insurance coverage?

Yes they can, but its frivilous and will not hold up in court, it will be a major waste of time for them. The previous reaction is downright wrong. Your parents are the owners of the car and suit will be filed against them and also against you if you are over eighteen. If the case goes to trial and the award is more than their insurance plus whatever your insurance company may be liable, then a judgment can be entered against your parents and also you if you are an adult. You need to notify your insurance carrier since they may want to retain an atttorney for you. Thanks for the responses. Just dreamed to clarify, I have not been in this situation; only attempting to get all my bases covered since I tend to drive their cars on occassion (I also have my own under my own insurance). The response that I have been getting (“yes, they are liable”) seems to be correct but somewhat illogical: I am the individual that has caused the wrong – I should be the only one penalized. Does anyone know the specific statute(s) that outline that the insured (and not solely the driver) can be sued?

Can you let a friend drive your car from time to time if she doesn’t have any car insurance of her own?

Yes as long as you can accept responsibitliy for any damages that she incurrs while in your vehicle. I do it all the time. Are you insured? Does she have a license? My understanding is that most insurances will cover the insurance holder as well as anything they drive, and also anyone who drives the insured vehicle.

If a youthfull teenager was driving a friends car and did not have a driver license she had a wreck what will the insurance companies do even if the car was insured she still had no business driving?

Generallyif the proprietor gave the driver permission there will be coverage awarded, subject to any policy exclusions of course.

Can you drive your friends car if you don’t have any insurance?

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Automobile Insurance goes after the vehicle. As long as there is permission to drive by the holder (insured) the coverages that are on the vehicle will apply..
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I agree with the very first response.

In what circumstances does your auto insurance cover you and the car if you are driving a friends car?

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Car insurance goes after the car..
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If you are using the friend’s car temporarily, with permission, as a substitute for your own insured car, your insurance should cover you if the friend’s insurance does not..
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What if my friend (who has the car) does not have insurance and I want to pay for my faults and fix it – will he be arrested?

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Can you drive a friends car on their USA insurance with a UK driving license?

Insurance coverage with a UK license .
A friend of mine loaned his car to a friend of his, who was visiting from Europe. Well, his friend drove the car off a cliff and entirely wrecked it, along with being charged with a dui. His friend ended up skipping town and going back home. Fortunately, the insurance company covered the vehicle..
Still, you should read over your policy just to be sure. To my skill, most insurance companies cover the car, regardless who drives it. But again, look over your policy so you know for sure. Or, contact your insurance broker and they can tell you..
Hope this helps.

Does a car company have the right to repossess a leased vehicle if it is fully insured and all payments are on time and are you obligated to take it back if it is unlawfully repossessed?

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if a vehicle is unlawfully repossesed, you can get the vehicle back, and claim back all monies you have paid, and keep the vehicle without any further payments being made as long as you have proof you were up to date.
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You are never eased of the responsibility of paying for a vehicle or the lease agreement simply because the vehicle was wrongly repossessed. Leasing companies include many stipulations in contracts, if a payment was even a day late and there was not a grace period included the contract was in default and the vehicle was subject to recovery. The person does not have to accept the vehicle back, but they will in all probability be responsible for the remainder of the lease agreement. Unluckily many of these type cases that end up in litigation which is expensive, tense and time consuming for both parties.

Is your fucking partner insured to drive your car on his own fully comp insurance?

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No. If it is your car, your insurance is responsible. If the fucking partner has an accident, your insurance may drop you from your policy for violating the terms. The terms should say somewhere in there that you are responsible and will be the only person to opperate your vehicle..
I have seen people take their friends to court and win puny lawsuits for damages to their car. So, your playmate would have to pay out of pocket for damages if you want to avoid insurance problems. It is best to add him/her to your policy if they are going to drive your car.

Can any insured driver drive someone else’s insured leased car?

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You are covered if you are a licensed driver regardless what they say..
A leased vehicle is wielded by the leasing agency not by the person who is leasing it..
The terms of the contract will designate who may or may not drive the vehicle and nothing else applies.

Can your friend drive your car if you are both insured?

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Cars are insured, not people .
People are not insured. Vehicles are. .
In other words, it’s not necessary for a vehicle holder to determine whether a potential driver is insured. The proprietor knows whether his car is insured. It is necessary, however, for a person who wishes to drive a vehicle to ensure that it is decently insured. I would not operate a vehicle unless I eyed a valid insurance card for it.

Can you drive your friends leased car on your fully comp insurance?

Can you drive an insured car if you have no insurance?

Driving another persons insured CarIt is always best to ask the holder loaning you the vehicle if you will be covered under his policy. If he is not sure then he should contact his Insurer and verify before you drive. It never hurts to have your own operators or non owners policy in place for extra security if your an occasional driver without a car right now. Each US state regulates it’s own insurance needs through it’s state legislature. Insurance for a loaner would depend on the type of Policy that the Vehicle proprietor presently has in place as required in that state. It could also depend on the nature of the vehicle loaned or hired. If the Holder has a Limited Liability or a Named Driver Policy then no other drivers may be covered even with permissive use. If the holder has purchased a Broad Form Auto Insurance Policy then generally permitted drivers are covered. It is a common misnomer that Auto Liability goes after a vehicle. In Fact, Auto Liability Insurance covers and goes after the named insured(s) (usually the vehicle possessor) and the named insureds legal liability that may arise out vehicle ownership and operation. Most liability coverage will even go after the defined insured to a replacement vehicle, When on a standard form auto insurance policy, liability coverage is afforded even when tertiary or third party through an accident of a permitted driver. This point of concept of vicarious legal liability of a property proprietor and the contracted liability of the Specific Policy Form suggested by an Insurance Company is where the misunderstanding arises. Limited lines Policies tho’ economic can leave gaps in coverage so it’s best that all drivers even non owners carry financial responsibility. The Concept definitions of Legal Liability of the possessor of a property and the Financial Responsibility of all vehicle operators on public roads is determined further in the US by the regulations of the individual state of registration. ResponseAccording to law if the possessor of the vehicle has insurance on the vehicle, and “loans” you the car, and you are listed as an occasional driver of that vehicle, then you are covered. Otherwise, you will have to purchase your own policy. Dependent DriversBe careful. The reaction to your question varies from state to state and you need tocheck the laws in your state. In the state where I live, an under 25 driver who lives with you must be insured on your policy to drive your car and it’s very expensive. Insurance coverage is different if someone who does not live with you uses the carfor your convenience . It can get very complicated. Insurance companies are doing more and more to mitigate rising costs of repairs, medical treatment and their liability.

Fully insured friends car driver has no licence not on policy hits unisured driver passenger is hurt sue for neglience?

No,? What? Sue your friend? Sue who.? Sue the driver? Which friend do you want to Sue. The driver was at fault, The possessor was likely negligent for letting an unlicensed driver drive his vehicle. but not fully at fault. Likely in a court it would be considered joint liability aka contributory negligence on more than one party. Are you Serious, Sue your friends.?.
Accidents happen. Sueing your friends sounds like greed to the extreme. What were you doing in the car anyway. this sounds like a big mess. and it sounds like everybody in the vehicle likely contributed to the accident..
Unluckily we live in a society that puts the needs and desires of the one before the good of the entire and seeks to blame anybody but ourselves whenever something goes wrong..
Sue the Owners parents for not training him not to loan his car out. Sue the driver for not having a license. Sue the other driver for not having insurance, Sue the state police for permitting the vehicle to drive on a public road. Sue God for not setting out specific guidelines on who to blame for our misfortunes.

If you have an accident driving your friends car who insurance covers?

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typcially , insurance stays with the car meaning the insurance on the vehicle would be primary……….

What will happen if a fully insured driver hit your car and you have no insurance?

You may get a ticket for no insurance..
But you can still file a claim under the at fault drivers auto insurance.

If friend drives your car and hits someone but is not insured by your insurance company who pays?

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generally the person who possesses the car at fault involved in the accident is financially responsible. hopefully you have insurance and your friend is not excluded from your policy for some reason. if your friend is not excluded then your insurance company should pay

If you have a fully comp insurance can you drive any group of car third party?

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No, You should refer to your Insurance policy terms and conditions or ask your Insurance Agent. Certain vehicles such as Commercial vehicles and others are excluded from coverage on Individual Auto Insurance policies.

When leasing a car is the annual insurance included in the lease cost of the car.?

No, insurance is always the burdern of the car proprietor, not the dealership. When leasing or purchasing a car, the person acquiring the vehicle is legally responsible for acquiring car insurance.

Can you drive any car under your fully comp insurance?

normally if you have fully comprehensive insurance you are insured to drive any car with permission but only third party..
its legal but its not ideal if you have an accident as it will only pay out for the ‘other persons car’, not the one that your driving..
the cost of any repairs to the car you are driving will be YOUR responsibility..
always check your policy to make sure that this is suggested as part of your fully comprehensive package.

You have no car or insurance if you drive a friends car are you covered by their insurance?

Provided that there are no exclusions in your friends policy, anybody driver their car with permission will be covered if they cause an accident. You are of course subject to the coverages and thresholds on your friends policy. Ex, if your friend has just liability, the insurance company will only pay for damages you cause to the other party, not harm to the vehicle you were driving.

If your Father diesmother cannot drive should you call insurance co with two yrs left on car lease without providing up lease?

You may have a contractual oblogation to notify the car leasing company if the lease was in your father’s name.

I have insurance and permitted a friend to drive my car and she had an accident who is at fault?

Your friend is. If she is over 25 she is normally covered. Because you claim on youe insurance, technically it will be an at fault accident and your premium may go up. You should talk to your insurer.

If you are the registered proprietor of a car that your ex bf drives and he is fully covered in the car insurance what are the ramifications as the possessor if he is in an accident and hurts someone?

generally speaking in California your former beau would be primarily liable in the event of an accident, however if it was some kinda quadriplegic awful thing occured and you had skill that he was an unsafe driver, theoretically you would be liable under a negligent entrustment theory.

You have fully comp car insurance can idrive another persons car third party if the car has a current mot and tax but the owners insurance has runout?

Of course you can drive it… you can drive any car you want… I think the question you are asking however is whether or not it will be legal to drive and whether or not an out of force car insurance policy will cover you if you wreck the vehicle even if it has a current tax and license… right? The response to those questions is NO. If the current proprietor’s coverage is not in force, it is not legal for you to drive the vehicle unless you have a Non-Owner Insurance policy which insures any vehicle you drive. An out of force policy will NOT cover you at all. Whether the vehicle has current license and tax has no bearing at all on whether you meet your States insurance guidelines.

Can you drive your friends leased car on your fully comp insurance?

What happens if you dont have insurance and you get into a car accident driving your friends car – she has insurance?

Her insurance may state ‘other drivers with the insured’s permission’ in which case her insurance would at least in part cover harm to other people/cars, but most likely not to her own car. If her insurance does not have that clause, you are very likely in trouble.

If you have a licence but no insurance and a friends car does have insurance on it can you still drive your friends vehicle?

yes, I am sure you can. But you must get the friends permission to drive..
Actually, I am not sure. Attempt yahoo answers.

Can a fully insured driver drive an uninsured car?

It will depend on the driver’s car insurance company. In case that driver gets into a car accident, it would be presumed his car insurance will step in to lodge the damages.

If I’m fully comp on my car and my friend is fully comp on theres are they legally permitted to drive your car with you being the passenger?

You truly need to check the insurance policy wording for both your’s and your friends policies. .
It is likely that you will both be covered to drive other cars but this is generally on a third-party only basis. .
Each insurer and insurance scheme varies so you should check with your insurer or broker before driving other cars. .
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If you have fully comp insurance can someone else drive the car with your permission?

In most cases they can drive your vehicle but most insurancecompanies have limitations on the age of the driver, usually 25 orolder. It is best to check with your insurance company beforeletting someone else drive your vehicle.

If your friend has no insurance for his car can you drive it legally on your insurance?

No. The only way you could possibly be covered under your own insurance is if you purchase the car and have a bill of sale in your name and your State has provisions for freshly acquired vehicles. You would also have to be driving the vehicle with a copy of your registration and your license plate. Always check with your insurer very first to make sure they will extend coverage

Does fully comp insurance cover you for off road vehicle?

It does if you specify this on your application. Different insurance companies have different requirements, but whatever the policy, you need to be clear about the make and model of the vehicle.

Can you drive a car that is not insured but you have insurance?

No. Generally, your policy covers you and your own car. It is illegal to drive an uninsured vehicle in almost every state. If there is an accident, there will be no coverage, the car will be impounded and you will be arrested. However, insurance laws vary from state to state. You should speak with an agent who does business in your state.

What cars can you drive with fully comprehensive car insurance?

Read the policy. Generally, you can drive the car mentioned on the policy and any brief term rental car. Laws are different in every state. You should call your agent for clarification of your coverage.

Am I considered an uninsured motorist If I am driving my son’s car which is fully insured and driving with permission but I do not have insurance and at fault in an accident?

No. The car is insured and your son’s policy will provide coverage up to its policy boundaries.

Can you get car insurance on a friends car?

Insurance for a Friends car. Yes you can so long as you also schedule the proprietor as an insured. State Law requires that all Operators of motor vehicles on public roads carry proof of Financial Responsibility. That creates an Automatic legal Liability Interest and requirement in you and the vehicle your driving. The proprietor and any permitted operator have an interest in the insured status of the car. If You have permissive use from the holder of a vehicle, then obviously you have an insurable interest. However, Only the Legal possessor of the Property or the designated agent of the proprietor can receive compensation for the property in the event of a covered property loss. Avoid any problems with legalities, the insuring contract or vehicle registration and inspection renewals, address owners and drivers. you should list both yourself and the decent proprietor and any lien holders as insureds on the application. Insurance Company underwriting guidelines require it. We have Customers regularly buy insurance for vehicles of relatives and friends. Just honestly disclose your situation up front. Don’t misrepresent, honestly disclose all risks and insure all the interested parties. You may have to make Two or Trio calls before you find an Insurance Agent who knows how to appropriately address the risk but you should have no problems obtaining the suitable coverage. Failure to decently disclose all interested parties can void your insurance coverage. ReactionNo. The proprietor of the car is the only one with insurable interest so they have to have insurance on it. Also, the local DMV requires the title/registration name to match the name on the insurance policy.

What happens if you are driving a friends car who has insurance. Are you covered?

Ordinarily, a person must be named on the policy as a user of the vehicle in order to be insured under the liability coverage. This is because in setting the premium, the insurer takes into account the driver(s) ages, practice, driving record, and other factors.

Can you drive your friends leased car on your fully comp insurance?

Can you drive a fully comprehensive insured car if you have only just past your driving test an if your are Legal years of age?

If you have your license, you are eligible to drive any car that does not require a specific license, such as a school bus, or city bus, which require a Commercial Driver License (CDL). Certain states have different regulations on insurance requirements, however comprehensive would not cover you or any other persons/property involved in an accident.

Can a friend with bad driving record drive a car insured under myself?

This truly depends on the type of coverage you have with your insurance company. I know that you have to report everyone that lives in the house. If he lives with you and takes you car and you didnt report it then they will not pay for any of the damages occurred. I myself am covered when i use someone elses car weather they have insurance or not. But again you have to call to find out.

What happens if you are driving a friends car who has insurance are you covered?

As long as you have a license. The insurance goes after the vehicle, not the driver.

What is gap insurance for a leased car?

GAP coverage is very necessary especially in a lease situation. GAP coverage comes into play if a vehicle is deemed totaled. What GAP does is to pay for the difference in the actual cash value that is payable under the normal policy and the balance owed to the lease company or finance company of a loan. In the early years of a lease or loan the vehicle value falls quicker that the value of the vehicle. If you total the vehicle within this period you can find yourself without a vehicle but with a sizable amount of money due on a vehicle you cannot drive any more. GAP coverage will pay this difference. The Finance Dept of the auto dealership will attempt to sell you on this GAP insurance. Very first, no matter what they say, it is not mandatory to but it from them. Individual Auto insurance companies suggest GAP insurance that does the same thing for about 10% of the premium the dealership charges you for the same coverage. You will also have a right to cancel the coverage whenever you feel the value and loan balance have equaled out. One catch is that you must purchase the GAP coverage from you insurer withing 6 months of purchasing the vehicle. As a matter of utter disclosure, I own and operate a puny Independent Insurance Company in Central Georgia and have for the past 22 years. Prior to that I worked as an agent for a direct writer of insurance for Trio years.

Can you drive the insured car of a deceased friend?

Yes, as long as he is in the car. He may be in the trunk, if you don’t want to have a corpse in the passagener seat.

Can you drive a fully insured car without having your own insurance policy?

It depends on your insurance. Most insurance companies will cover all drivers even if you are not the insured driver because they have what is called permissive user. Reminisce typically your insurance goes after you wherever you go. You may want to ask the person you are borrowing the vehicle from and see if they have all drivers coverage. If not, then you need to be a listed driver on the policy before you can drive the vehicle even if it is “fully insured”. Companies like Geico, Nationwide, and Allstate typically cover all drivers….hope this helps.

Can you drive your dad’s fully comprehensive insured car with his permission?

It depends how old are you and whether or not you are an insured driver under the terms of the terms of your Dad’s insurance policy. Your Dad’s insurance agent can tell you if you are insured to drive the vehicle.

What happens if you don’t have insurance and you get into a car accident driving your friends car she has insurance?

As long as she has the correct insurance that permits the car to lent to a friend then it should cover you.

Can you drive another car in Europe on your fully comp insurance policy?

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Does my insurance cover a friend driving my car?

yes because if you have insurance on your car as long as you name is on the title and you were in the car with your friend most likely the insurance will cover it

Can i drive my friends car without insurance?

It depends. If you are going to be driving a car in most states, the state requires you to have insurance. Your friend’s insurance could cover you but if you hurt somebody in an accident they will come after both you and your friend, so its significant to have your own coverage. You don’t want to lose all your money and all your possessions to a person you hurt just because you don’t have insurance. If you don’t own a car (like if your employer provides you a leased car and its the only car you drive), you can still buy insurance called a ‘non-owners’ policy. This would be good if you are going to be driving your friend’s car a lot.

Are you insured to drive your sons lease car?

That depends on his insurer and the policy he holds. He would need to contact his insurance company for a definitive response to this question.

What is the legal if drives your friend car in that car is not insured and you get a ticket for driving without insurance?

If there is no insurance on the vehicle and you get a ticket for driving without insurance you are guilty of the offense and will have to pay your fine. Even however the vehicle belongs to someone else it is the responsibility of the driver to make sure there is valid auto insurance on the vehicle before driving it.

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