If I have a learner's permit, do I need to get on my parents' car insurance policy in Indiana?
"I'm 15 and just got my learner's permit so I can drive with a licensed adult. Do I need to be added to an insurance policy?"
“You likely will not need to purchase your own insurance policy. If you are driving with your parents in their cars for which they already have purchased insurance, their coverage will typically extend to you while you’re driving with them. To be sure, it’s best to confirm with your parents’ car insurance company.”
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