Do you have to live at the same address for car insurance?

Generally, insurance companies will not allow a person not living in the home to be on the same policy. If that person operates your vehicle frequently, talk to your insurer. You may be able to add them to your policy.

Can you insure a car at a different address?

Car insurance premiums can be based on where you live, and where you park your car at night. … In addition, your drivers license should also have the address you are using for your insurance policy. So by using someone else’s address for car insurance, you really need to think about it, and plan it out.

Can you have someone on your car insurance that does not live with you?

Generally, car insurance companies don’t allow policyholders to add people who don’t live in the same household as them to their policy, but it varies based on the case. … But if they don’t live with you, you likely won’t be able to add them to your car insurance.

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Can you be on your parents car insurance if you don’t live with them?

Can I stay on my parents’ car insurance if I move out? It’s important to remember that car insurance is dependent on where the vehicle is “garaged” or parked overnight. … However, if you drive one or more of your parents’ cars, they should keep you listed as a driver on their policy even if you don’t live with them.

Do you have to be in the same household for car insurance?

Yes, everyone in your household should normally be listed on your car insurance policy. You need to disclose all household members when applying for car insurance. … They instead would need to get their own car insurance policies for the vehicles each of them drives.

Does my driving Licence address have to match my insurance?

Miles added: ‘If your address is different on your driving licence and motor insurance policy it won’t invalidate your cover but it’s worth making sure all your records are as accurate as possible, as factors such as your postcode can impact your insurance premium, and can ultimately impact how much you pay.

Is driving Licence valid with wrong address?

Having the wrong details on your licence is an offence. If DVLA has the wrong address for a vehicle registered to you & that vehicle is caught speeding (or committing another offence) the Notice asking the registered keeper for the vehicle to identify the driver will go to an out of date address.

Can I put my boyfriend on my car insurance?

Yes, You Can Add a Boyfriend or Girlfriend to Your Car Insurance. … Generally, you would add your significant other to your car insurance policy when he or she lives at the same address. However, you may also add her to your car insurance policy if she lives at a different address but drives your car frequently.

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Can I insure my daughters car if she doesn’t live with me?

Answer: No. If your daughter doesn’t live with you, then you wouldn’t normally be allowed to put her on your car insurance policy, even if you add her name to the title of your car. … Unfortunately, because the car and your child are not located at your house anymore, they cannot stay on your car insurance policy.

Can I put my son’s car on my insurance?

Some auto insurance companies will allow you to add an additional vehicle not registered or titled in the name of the policyholder onto the policy. Most of them, however, will only allow vehicles titled in the name of the policyholder to be added.

Should my son have his own car insurance?

If the car is registered to your child, he/she will need to get their own policy. If the car stays registered in your name (or is co-titled), you have an insurable interest in the vehicle and may keep the car on your policy.

Is it cheaper to get insured on parents car?

You, as the main driver, and any named drivers will all be legally allowed to drive your car. Adding a named driver to policy can reduce your premiums, as well as making it cheaper for the named drivers to be insured, especially if they’re a young driver.

Can I add someone to my car insurance that doesn’t live with me UK?

Generally, you can’t add someone who doesn’t live with you to your policy.

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Do insurance companies check your Licence?

Instead of you filling out all your details, car insurance companies can check your driving licence records and pull all the information automatically. This service is called MyLicence and was developed by the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) and the Motor Insurers’ Bureau (MIB).

Can my girlfriend and I be on the same car insurance?

Yes, you can add your girlfriend or boyfriend to your car insurance. Generally, if you and your significant other live at the same address, your car insurance company will consider them a member of your household and request that you add your boyfriend or girlfriend to your car insurance policy.

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