im about to buy a car with no title on it. (from nevada) i was told that i can have the car on my lot for 30days, call the city and ask to have a lien sale on it, if no one claims it then its mine. ...
My sixteen yr. old daughter was involved in a car accident. Her best friend was following and hit our car from behind. Because it was completely in the fault of the friend (due to texting) we agreed ...
my 17 year old daughter wants to learn to drive in my car (citroen c3 2059plate) would anybody have an idea of how much it may cost me ! or does it pay to make her wait untill she has passed ? and any ideas on how much if she does pass.. ty .....
If you put your daughter in your insurance as a named driver then it is your main premium that bares the main costs and a small increase is made.
Your daughter will not make any NCB for the time she is on your insurance but she will be able to gain experience in driving, once she passes her test then you can think on getting her some insurance of her own though to have the same car insured twice will be strange.
If you go this route then any accident that may happen will affect your NCB unless you have paid to have it protected
The insurance would usually be cheaper whilst she is a learner but is likely to add £800 ish to your car insurance.
You need to call your insurer to ask as it can vary a lot depending on the insurer.
Some insurers do not do learners at all and some do not do under 25s so that might result in an easy answer.
asking them will cost you nothing but a phone call and you will have a direct answer rather than a bit of a guess off here.
To combat parents Fronting insurance for their kids many insurers base the price on the youngest so having a fraudulent main driver makes little or no difference. Adding her to your C3 insurance could be very expensive after she passes.
The 2 BBC news articles below will be of interest to you I think