Can I insure a car without a driver's license?
Can I insure a car without a driver's license? What if I just have a permit?
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Answered on Feb 25, 2021
You would generally not be able to insure a car without a driver’s license. The reason why is that you are not able to drive a car without a license. You can, however, get insurance if you have a driver’s permit.
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