Can I insure my car on another person's policy?
Can I register a car under my own name but insure it under my sister’s policy?
Thanks for your question! The vehicle must be both registered and insured in your name. Your sister’s insurance company may allow you to add the vehicle to her policy as long as you’re also listed on the policy with her.
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