Can I insure my daughter's CR-V on my policy?
Can insure my daughter on my policy? My daughter is 21 and owns a Honda CR-V but still can't afford to buy car insurance on her own.
“Yes, you may be able to add your daughter and her vehicle to your car insurance policy.
Doing so will help her save money, especially if she is a young driver.
Still, there are some caveats to making this possible.
If your daughter lives in another area or another household and she owns the title to the vehicle, insurance companies may decide you don’t have insurable interest on the vehicle and decide not to insure it.
Let your insurance company know of the circumstances and see if it’s possible to add her and her vehicle to your policy.”
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