g2 driver denied insurance


(Ontario, Canada)

my 17 year old son received his g2 today but my insurance company refuses to insure him because he had his license suspended for 30 days while he was a g1 driver he got 2 fines for 115.00 there paid and suspension was under violation of novice driver conditions can i get occasional drivers insurance for him?


Ontario Auto Insurance for 17 Year Old


Hi there,
To get him insured you will have to shop around for coverage. You might find a company that will insure your car with you as a principle driver and him as occasional.

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Oct 02, 2013
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To improve my stars
by: Jasbir Kaura

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Mar 18, 2012
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Adminstrative Suspension
by: Anonymous

If I read your post correctly, the suspension was due to "fines" not for careless/drunk driving etc... even parking tickets can cause a license to be suspended and the vehicles aren't being driven at the time of the ticketing. So, keeping this in mind.

If the suspension was due to unpaid fines/administrative purposes some companies view this differently than infractions made while actually operating a vehicle. Have a broker shop around for an insurance company that sees it as such. Then you should be okay.

Apr 16, 2011
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Broker
by: Anonymous

Dont worry, someone will insure him, shop around, try different brokers, if worst comes to worst then you will have to use facility. government run insurance. In the meantime get your son some drivers training, and some defensive training classes. Get him as many discounts as he can get as he will be costly.

Apr 02, 2011
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Driving dads truck at 13?
by: Anonymous

Apparently your not allowed to even be driving anyone vehicle at that age! So give it up! Why are you acting so harsh towards this ladies question? Maybe you're the one thinking wrong here? I grew up on a farm too and also drove tractors. Those were for farming and on side roads and NO I NEVER drive my parents vehicle anywhere, UNTIL I was properly licensed!

Mar 20, 2011
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LOL
by: Anonymous

Your son must be on drugs...17...they should be voting and working. Hell. They are old enough to support you. What r u? some niny puff cake! when I was 9, I was driving a tractor. By the time I was 13, I was driving the old man's truck to get fertilizer. You folks just baby them until they become useless. Thanks to you, our country is dying!

Mar 18, 2011
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Inexperience is inconsequential in comparison to the dangers of immiturity.
by: Anonymous

Why on earth would you want your 17 year old son behind the wheel of any car, let alone your car?!

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