Can I be the main driver on someone else’s car?

But the main driver doesn’t necessarily have to be the owner or the registered keeper. This is pretty common for married couples. If you’re married, one of you can own the car and be the registered keeper. But if your spouse drives the car more often than you do, they’ll need to be listed as the “main driver”.

What does fronting mean in insurance?

What is car insurance fronting? Fronting is a type of car insurance fraud where a more experienced driver claims to be the main driver of a car, when in fact they’re not. People do this as a way to get cheaper car insurance, often for their children.

Can you drive someone else’s car without being a named driver?

‘Driving other cars’ is a clause in your policy that allows you to drive someone else’s car without being a named driver on their policy. Driving other cars cover is really only intended for emergency situations. For example, if your friend or family member needs to go to hospital.

Can you have 2 main drivers on car insurance?

You can’t take out a car insurance policy as joint policyholders with someone else – there’s no such thing as joint car insurance, even for married couples.

Can I be the main driver on someone else’s car? – Related Questions

Does a named driver have to live with you?

If someone asks you whether they can be added, you might wonder whether or not they need to live at your address. The answer here is no, it’s perfectly possible to add a named driver who lives at a different address to you.

How many named drivers can you have on car insurance?

Rules vary between insurers but some will let you add as many as three named drivers to your policy. Choose from a range of policy options for affordable cover, that suits you and your car.