Updated June 3, 2021 . AmFam Team
You may have hopped behind the wheel of a friend’s vehicle without much thought, and though it may not seem like a big deal to drive a vehicle that isn’t yours, there are a few things you should be mindful of before gettin’ into gear.
We’re here to clear up the question about whether or not your car insurance covers other drivers, so you can hit the road with confidence knowing you’re properly protecting yourself — and the person driving your car — from the unexpected.
If you plan on letting someone else drive your car, consider the following:
Remember, all of this being said, different insurance companies may have different limitations, so it’s best to check-in with your insurance agent (Opens in a new tab) before letting someone else drive your car. That way you know what you may be facing if they were to get into an accident.
You can also check out our auto insurance coverages to ensure you're protected from the unexpected.