Of what benefit is it to add a named driver to your insurance policy?

Of what benefit is it to add a named driver to your insurance policy?

Asked on 4 February 2019 by JOHN SMITH

Answered by Tim Kelly
If you are young, it can significantly reduce your premium, the more low risk drivers (over the age of 25 and under 65 with more than 10 years driving history with no claims or convictions) the better. The anticipated risk is split between who is on the policy. But even for "regular" people, it can reduce your premium by more than you may expect: www.confused.com/campaign/affiliates/car-insurance...r
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