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I took my wife' car she did not know my license is revoked and I had an accident this was explained to the police. Can the insurance refuse

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They can and should not fix the car. You broke the law. If your wife is willing to press charges against you then maybe they will fix it.
When your license gets revoked.... You are not suppose to drive anymore. Period. There is no emergency trip to the store... Nothing. Your license was taken away because you dont know how to drive... or can't obey the rules. Seems like somebody wants to keep the rest of us safe from people like you.
I hope you have to pay out the nose.... Maybe you will learn.

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Yes

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Yes. They can and most likely refuse to pay to fix the car.

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This is the 3rd time you asked this question in different forms. If this if the real story, how did your wife not know your license was revoked? You just forgot to tell her you didn't have a license? I think that has a huge part in it.

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Aaah so you're the one. Yes.

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So your the one she's talking about in that other question. Yes they can if she knew your license is revoked. The only way she can have the insurance cover it is to say you did not have permission to drive it. That opens you up to being charged and arrested for stealing a car.

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Your screwed dude

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Not only can they legally, not cover this but they almost certainly will not cover it.

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Yes, they can.

When my Mom and step-dad got married, he got insurance through her insurance carrier. Later, having decided that at 80 years old he shouldn't be behind the wheel of a car, he sold his car which still had South Carolina plates on it. The dealer was supposed to send the plates to SC along with confirmation that he no longer owned the car. They didn't and SC revoked his license, then reported it to the insurance company. The insurance company dropped my step-dad AND my Mom without even trying to find out why the license had been revoked.

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No license and accident = huge problem. Best case is if the other party doesn't sue you. She won't be able to get anyone to insure her, she won't be able to drive either. She is very high risk, it might not even be legal to insure her.

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Bubb, you are absolutely right: if you are breaking the law, as in this case, your insurance is no longer valid.
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What a mess. I wonder how many people are in this exact situation, so many driving without license or insurance.
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I don't want to be judgmental but you are a jerk. They will undoubtedly will cancel the policy on that car. It will be difficult to buy insurance in the future. You and your wife should become well informed on public transportation because that is what is appropriate for people who have demonstrated an in ability to follow the rules of driving. Driving my friend is a PRIVILEGE.

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Some of you people are stupid

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