An unlicensed driver is not insured, as the insurance coverage follows the car and not the driver. Moreover, it is illegal to drive without a license or with a suspended license. More »

The penalties for letting an unlicensed driver operate a motor vehicle vary from location to location. The Virginia Code of Statutes, for example, states that allowing anyone who is not licensed, or whose license has bee... More »

Drivers must have a blood alcohol concentration of less than 0.08 percent to drive non-commercial vehicles and less than 0.04 percent to operate commercial motor vehicles, states the California Department of Motor Vehicl... More »

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According to Esurance, insurance coverage follows the vehicle, not the driver. If the owner of a vehicle allows a person to drive a car whom is not listed as a driver on the insurance policy, the vehicle owner risks liab... More »

Uninsured motorist insurance is a type of automobile insurance that protects a driver if they are involved in an accident with someone who does not have liability coverage. The options and limits for this coverage vary b... More »

The amount of coverage and type of policy the driver chooses has a significant impact on a car insurance quote, according to AAA MountainWest. The driver's age and credit score are also important factors. Each insurance ... More »

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Customers can receive car insurance quotes from Elephant Insurance Services by visiting the company's website and entering basic information about themselves, details about other licensed drivers in the household, a desc... More »

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