Do i need insurance to drive with a learners permit in Mass?

Do i need insurance to drive with a learners permit in Mass?

I just got my learners permit yesterday and i was wondering if i could drive my parents car/cars (obviously with them, as is the law) without auto insurance. Am i covered under them? Thanks! =)

Ray

With a learners permit you are covered under the licensed driver, But when you are licensed you have to be on the insurance. But, Double check with the insurance provider.

kellyf1999

if a car is covered to be on a road then car is covered to drivenow if one has a wreck and damages insurance company might not cover it unless your name is addedbut car is covered to drive yesnot covered if there a problemnot what cops look for they want to kno wif car has insuranceinsurance company want money you should be added to itbut its ok to learn just shoul dbe addedwouldnt worry so much

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