Can I Drive Any Car with Fully COMP Insurance?


You can only drive the car if you have the car owner's permission to use it, the car must be private and you cannot own the car driven on extension.
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The law does not require comprehensive auto insurance, but it may be required by an auto loan lender to protect the value of your car. Comprehensive insurance can compensate you for
Like Josh said above, non-owners auto insurance ( http://www.4autoinsurance. quote.c. will work for you. You might also want to look at temporary auto insurance plans - http://www
The person who hit the car, if "at fault" would be responsible. If the person driving your car was the one at fault, then it would be your insurance that would have to cover
It's because more people on Third Party/F&T make claims than people on Fully Comp. insurance for your age group and your vehicle. i.e. you're less likely to claim if you go fully
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