My wife can,t drive she,s blind, but on my policy, can I be charged her being on the policy?

  • by santa claus
  • Apr 09,2018
  • 12 answers

My wife can,t drive she,s blind, but on my policy, can I be charged her being on the policy?


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womansworld 5 months ago

your post makes no sense whatsoever.
My wife can,t drive - ok. statement of fact
she,s blind - ok, so she definitely unable to drive
but on my policy - this is where it gets confusing as you say a) she can't drive and b) she is blind - so why is she on your policy ???
can I be charged her being on the policy? - this make no sense. And not entirely sure what you are asking ? Do you mean you have named her on your policy as a driver, in which case why and that you are being charged for having an additional driver?
If your wife doesn't drive for whatever reason, then she has NO reason to be named on your policy

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g 5 months ago

Why would a blind individual be listed on a motor vehicles' insurance policy? If she is technically legally blind she cannot legally hold a current driving license. Hence, there would be no reason for her to be on the policy. Period.

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Casey Y 5 months ago

If she has a driver's license and lives in your household, she must be listed on your policy. Why would she have a driver's license though??

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Elaine M 5 months ago

When I added another driver I was charged more, yes. Ask your insurance company.

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H. Marie 5 months ago

I don't believe you are charged for each driver on the policy unless they are a major driver, which she is not

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Max Hoopla 5 months ago

She should not be on your auto insurance policy.

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Tavy 5 months ago

All you have to do is ask your Insurers to remove her.
She obviously cannot drive.

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Bob 5 months ago

You can be if you DON"T tell them t hat she is NOT an approved driver

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Success 5 months ago

Yes. So if she is blind and cannot drive there is no reason for her to be on your policy.

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Lee 5 months ago

why is there commas when there should be apostrophes?

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Major Minus 5 months ago

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Who 5 months ago

Have you told the insurer she is blind?
Cos if you aint the cost of your policy is gonna go into orbit when you do
(you are required to tell your insurer if anybody named on your policy suffers from any disability that might impair their driving ability)

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