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My Father-In-Law is legally blind and does not have a drivers license.?

Author : GoodLuckOnTHAT

Submitted : 2018-01-09 12:21:56    Popularity:     

Tags: legally  Law  Father  license  drivers  

His insurance company is saying they will no longer insure his vehicles because he does not have a license. My husband and his sister drive the two cars he owns and transports him for appointments, groceries and other errands. Because they are technically

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Do you know how easy it is to call a car insurance agency and ask them this question?!
You don't need strangers offering you guesses.

Unlikely that he can ever hold insurance without a licence

I would pose a question to the insurance companies like this. If a person does not drive, but they hire a driver to drive them around, how is that car insured? Does that mean a person who does not have a driver's license cannot be driven around in their own car by a hired driver?

It can be done and is done. You need to talk to someone at the insurance company who is familiar with this scenario.

no they would no longer let my dad have a car registered in his name when he was no longer able to drive. He can pay for the insurance for someone else to get insured and drive because they are taking him around.

If the cars were only for transporting him, his groceries, etc., then one car would be enough. The fact that there are two cars suggests that one or both drivers is also using them for own personal use.

I think the best thing would be to put one vehicle is your husband's name and one vehicle is his sister's name. That way, none of the vehicles are in your father-in-law's name, and there will be no insurance problem.

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