If I combine my auto insurance policy with my GF, how does the record-checking work?

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WHat I mean is – We are living together and have been for the past 3 years.  We live in Delaware. Our insurance agent said that if we combine our policy, our insurance will be cheaper.  The only issue I have with this is… well, my GF isn’t the best driver.

If she gets in an accident or gets a ticket and we are on the same policy, how will this affect my costs???

Answer 1

You cannot combine your insurance policy with your girlfriend.

From ehow – If a boyfriend and girlfriend who live in separate households attempt to get a shared car insurance policy, it is unlikely to be approved. Insurers will usually only consider adding multiple people to a policy if they share an address. So if the two individuals live in the same household, they may be able to get the same insurance policy with the required coverage for their vehicles.

Read more: Can Unmarried Couples Be on the Same Car Insurance? | eHow.comhttp://www.ehow.com/info_85960…..z1twowQDw7

If you are married, on the other hand, that is a different story –
http://www.4autoinsurancequote…..tnerships/

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