Can my car be on my grandparents' insurance?
I need car insurance for a car that is in my name. Is there some way that my car can be added to my grandparents' policy?
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Answered on Apr 19, 2021
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“If you add the policyholder’s name to the title of the vehicle, and if the policyholder adds your name to their policy, it is possible. However, it would probably be easier to get your own car insurance.
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