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My step-kids are reaching the driving age. They both live with their mother. So, what are the general guidelines for auto insurance? We put the oldest one on our insurance as an occasional driver.
The uninsured motorist coverage could give you a "little" more piece of mind when they are out with their friends. Your uninsured motorist policy covers them regardless of whose car they are in or even it they are walking and somehow are involved in a motor vehicle accident.
That is if they are on your policy as a driver.
You can include cover them under your policy but i think you can buy them separate coverage once they drive on their own
For more visit:- http://www.carinsurancequote.com
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For years, I've been subscribed to Adele Cornish's blog about blended families. She has some good advice and might have discussed that issue on her blog. It might be worth it for you to google her name. I hope you get some answers.
Thank you MyInfo411 and Jerami. Blended families can be quite confusing at times. I'll try Cornish's blog and see what she has to say.
I think what is happening is Mom doesn't want to put the kids on her insurance, but leave them just on ours. But, I won't get started on her!
You buy insurance for your vehicles. It's the vehicle that's covered. Call your agent and ask him/her about it.
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