How do I buy non-owner car insurance?
I often drive my girlfriend's car, but I am not on the title. How do I buy non-owner car insurance to get insured on the car?
Good news! It is possible to get non-owner car insurance.
Non-owner insurance provides liability coverage when driving a car you do not own. It also can include medical coverage and rental car liability coverage.
However, since there is no vehicle associated with the policy, it will not include comprehensive or collision coverage.
Most major insurance companies offer non-owner policies. However, very few list out quotes or allow online sign-up. To get rates and sign-up for non-owner insurance, you need to call the insurance company directly.
If you still find this overwhelming, Jerry can help. Jerry can compare non-owner quotes to help you quickly and easily find the best policy. Once you find a policy that works for you, Jerry will take care of all of the paperwork for you!
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