How it works?

Submitted by Goodnaz on Thu, 01/10/2008 - 01:13

You don't have a car Insurance and You driving someone 's car. does he/ she get all your information for to using it?

Posted: 10 Jan 2008 08:28 Post Subject:

You don't have a car Insurance and You driving someone 's car.



Do you mean you're driving someone's car wherein your name is included in his policy ?
Or is it that you have taken that car on a rental?
Pls explain..David Flanagan

Posted: 10 Jan 2008 08:33 Post Subject: access

Hi...I have reasons to believe that once you get involved in any form of accident then he (his legal representatives) may have access to some of your information registered with the DMV.
Carlacross

Posted: 10 Jan 2008 08:37 Post Subject: illustrate a bit more..

Please illustrate a bit about your possession of this car, stating whether you're a beneficiary for his policy or not!
That apart let us know about what sort of information you're inquiring to be specific! Probably, the members would be able to guide you more..
Legal_repOdessy

Posted: 05 Feb 2008 12:53 Post Subject:

If you were driving my car, I would want to know that you have a license, a legal license I should say.

As far as driving another persons vehicle, what do they have listed on the insurance policy? Did they tell their insurance company that they are the only driver? or have they told them that you will be driving the vehicle now and then.

You need to give some more detail before anyone can help you.

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