How do I insure a borrowed car?

I don’t have my own car, but often borrow friend's and family’s cars when I need to. How do I insure a borrowed car?

Answer
“While most car insurance policies cover permissive use, it never hurts to have extra protection.
To insure a borrowed car, you want to look into non-owner car insurance. Non-owner car insurance is for those who’d like insurance, but don’t own a car.
Non-owner insurance covers you in any car you drive. But keep in mind non-owner insurance is liability coverage, meaning it only covers other’s damages and injuries in an accident.
If you’re looking for the best coverage for yourself while borrowing cars, it’ll be best to shop around and get quotes. An easy way to do this is with Jerry. Jerry’s friendly agents can help you find the right non-owner policy through call or text.”
Lauren Smith
Answered on Oct 07, 2021
Lauren has written for World Nomads, the Matador Network, Korvia Consulting, and once upon a time Three Fates Games. She graduated from Columbia College of Chicago with a BFA in Creative Writing. After graduating, she moved overseas and lived in South Korea where she spent her free time traveling and going on road trips with friends. She misses the rest stop potatoes and is trying to figure out how to recreate them at home. She's now based outside of Chicago and when she's not writing she spends her free time reading, playing video games, and exploring whenever she can.
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