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  1. Her premium is £400 and she is likely to be away for the rest of the year so it would be a waste of money to renew her policy. She is only 21. I only want to drive the car maybe once a week to keep in roadworthy etc. I have done some insurance comparison quotes and it looks like even though she is the registered owner I could take out a separate policy but when I spoke to one insurance company they said I needed to be the registered owner of the vehicle (i.e. to have an interest in the vehicle). However the quote went through even though I said my daughter was the own
  2. Can someone help please? My daughter is in Austrailia and her car insurance runs out in a week. My insurance company say I can drive her car (to keep it roadworthy), just third party cover but what they cannot answer is that if I get stopped by the police, the vehicle will not have its own policy attached to the vehicle. Would I be breaking the law even though as a driver the car would be insured. I don't know where to go for the definitive answer.
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