What happens when car insurance is put in someone else’s name rather than your own?

Discussion in 'Off-topic Discussion' started by Codename47, Aug 1, 2020.

  1. Codename47

    Codename47 Fapstronaut


    I have a learner car license in my country, taking regular lessons and I gave a deposit for my first car. Unfortunately, car insurance seems to be very expensive for people with not much experience driving. The car is $4900. If car insurance is put in someone else’s name (who is very untrustworthy) does that mean that the car is registered and insured under their name, permanently? If my car was $4900 it shouldn’t be too expensive to put under my name right, even if I’m just a learner? What’s the difference between registration and insurance?
  2. AlphaGod

    AlphaGod Fapstronaut

    I don't know where are you from, but in my country even if you do that to save money or not, common sense- you aren't part of that insurance. You can't just put an insurance on someone else who isn't considered a new driver and drive on that car, you gotta pay new driver's insurance.

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