Insurance.

by Angela
(Mississauga, Ontario, Canada)

Hello. I am a G2 licensed University student. My school is an hour drive away from home and is it okay to drive without insurance? I have had my g2 for over a year now and haven't gotten into any accidents whenever I go back home and drive. It would really be a waste of money if my parents pay insurance every month when I only go home once a month to use the car.


Is it okay to Drive Without Insurance?


Seriously? No, it's not okay to drive without insurance.

Your parents should have you listed on their policy as an occasional driver. And the car you drive must have insurance.

Many carriers offer special rates for students away at school (if the car stays at home with mom and dad).

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