Question

Can I add a non-licensed, non-U.S. citizen to an auto policy?

I currently have someone in my household that needs to be placed on my auto policy, but they don't have a license yet.

Jan 22, 2020 Arlington, TX

Answer
Ross Martin

Jan 22, 2020

Thanks for the question. The first thing that I would say is that you should consider having them get their drivers license beforehand. Afterward, if you already have an existing plan, I would check to see if adding a foreign driver is an eligible risk for them to consider. Some companies will have no problem adding them to the plan. If ineligible, you will need to find a new carrier that can do this. However, you may find that it costs a little bit more than your previous policy. We can quote this at The Zebra's in-house agency at 888-444-8949. 


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