Can I drive my friends car without insurance?

Can I drive my friends car without insurance?

Can I drive my friends car without insurance?I don'-t own a car. I don'-t have auto insurance. If I borrow a friends car, am I covered under his insurance?is there a special type of insurance for people like me?

Amanda

You dont need to worry unless you get into a car crash and you dont have "his" insurance

Valor

So long as your friend has full coverage on the vehicle, then it should cover other drivers. Have him call his insurance company and ask if in doubt.

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