Can Another Person Drive A Car

by Mohammad
(Toronto Canada)

Can my son drive my car without his own insurance?


Second Driver


Hi Mohammad,
If your son lives with you he is supposed to be listed on the policy as an occasional driver unless your insurer says otherwise.

If he is an adult and lives elsewhere full time, then you should be allowed to lend him the car from time to time. But if that is a regular event, you should add him to the policy. It is always a good idea to speak with your insurer about these things.

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