carSome drivers are hesitant about adding their family members to their policy because of their driving record. Parents may want their teens to be excluded from the policy because it can be a high risk or their driving record can be bad as well. You should not let an excluded driver drive your vehicle.

What if the excluded driver does drive my vehicle?

An excluded driver should never drive the vehicle that is why they are excluded. It is like they are driving with no insurance. You and the excluded driver can be held liable.

How do I know if a driver is really excluded?

You should know that the driver is excluded by their declaration page. You can also ask your agent as well.

How can you make an excluded driver drive again?

You can have your agent to change that for you. You can speak with them with any question or concerns that you may have.

If you need a quote for Florida click here or call 478-788-9188.

 

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