Can I add my granddaughter to my car insurance in Minnesota?
Can I add my granddaughter to my policy if she visits me frequently? When she visits, she drives my car. She is in high school and just got her license.
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Answered on Jul 21, 2021
Sophie Newman is a writer from California. Her hobbies include brewing her own kombucha, riding horses, and taking long road trips.
“Yes, you should be able to add family members, such as grandchildren, to your car insurance policy if they’re operating your vehicle, even if they don’t live in your household.
Keep in mind that adding a driver (especially a young, new driver) will more than likely increase your car insurance rates in Minnesota.
It’s worthwhile to have the coverage in case of an accident, but it doesn’t have to be too expensive. You can use an online tool like Jerry to compare rates with the top 45 companies in under a minute.”
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