Should I have my 24-year-old daughter on my auto insurance policy since we live together?
My daughter just moved back in after college. I'm wondering if I need to add her to my policy.
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Answered on Jun 08, 2021
“Yes, you can add your daughter to your car insurance policy and it’s a good idea, especially if you share a vehicle. In some states, it’s actually required that all licensed drivers in the household be listed as named drivers on your policy.
When you add her, you may want to ask how it will affect your premium so there are no surprises when your rates change.”
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