Why isn't my name on the car insurance card, even though I'm insured?
I'm listed on my mom policy, but my name isn't on the insurance card. Why is that?
The car insurance card usually only lists the named insured, who is the person who bought the policy on the vehicle and pays for it. In this case, the named insured is your mom.
You are an additional driver on the policy. You don’t have to worry about not having your name on the card. Since you’re listed on the policy itself, you’re covered.
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