Am I insured when I drive other people's cars?
I occasionally drive my neighbor's Jeep. I think they have insurance on it, but does that mean I'm covered when I'm driving it?
Thanks for the question! Generally speaking, you’re covered as long as the cars are insured. For more information on this topic, check out this article.
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