Should I remove my 23-year-old daughter from my MA car insurance policy?
I live in Cambridge, MA. My daughter now lives in Boston and hasn't driven my car for over a year. She also doesn't have her own car. Should I remove her from my policy and make her get non owner insurance? Or should I just keep her on my policy?
May 04, 2021
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Answered at May 04, 2021
“The answer depends on whether or not your daughter will actually drive your vehicle again at any point. If she won’t drive your vehicle, removing her from your car insurance to save money is a no-brainer.
As far as the non owners car insurance goes, that’s entirely up to her. If she doesn’t think she’ll drive any type of vehicle (a partner’s car, a friend’s car, a rental car, etc.), it’s probably an unnecessary expenditure.”
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