Is there any benefit in continuing to add named drivers to my insurance policy?

I am a mature driver. Is there any benefit in continuing to add named drivers to my insurance policy? They rarely, if ever, drive my car.

Asked on 20 January 2020 by MRS. LESLEY FEATHERSTONE

Answered by Tim Kelly
Yes, as long as they are between the ages of 25-55, as it splits the risk between drivers and reduces the premium. If it doesn't you can always remove them from the quote.
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