coverage for seondary driver with G2 licence living at another address

by Anthony
(Toronto, Ont. Canada)

Hi

my daughter's common-law spouse just got his G2 licence and asked if I could add him onto my auto insurance policy as a secondary driver to save them money. They live at a different address than me, but in the same city.

1. Can I put him on my policy as a secondary driver even though we live at different addresses?
2. If I can do this, are there any concerns I should have by putting him on my policy as a secondary driver?
3. What are some other options?

Thank you.
Anthony

Listing Son In Law on Policy


Yes, you should be quite concerned. If he is on your policy your insurance will be affected by any accidents he might have. Second, why would you do this unless he is driving your vehicle (I am guessing he wants to build an insurance history?).

Without knowing all the details, it is hard to come up with other alternatives. he should shop around for coverage and discuss personally:

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