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Hi, i just had an argument with my mam over a certain thing and my dad isn't sure!<br />
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I ordered my provisional the other day and my mum thinks i need insurance to drive...<br />
My mates have just got their provisional driving licence and got their parents or older bros/sisters to sit in with them, as long as their 21 or over and have been driving for 3 or more years and currently hold a licence then i though it was legal?!<br />
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Do i really need insurance or if i crash will it go on the driver im in the car with (the person teaching me in the passenger seat)?!<br />
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In Canada that's basically how it works. I would drive with my dad, and his insurance would cover the accident until I got my next level of license. Now I have my own insurance...<br />
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Tell your parents to ASK THE LICENSOR. Durrrrrr! *****. Get them to ask the organization that controls that.
 

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<div style="font-style:italic">Hi, i just had an argument with my mam over a certain thing and my dad isn't sure!<br />
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I ordered my provisional the other day and my mum thinks i need insurance to drive...<br />
My mates have just got their provisional driving licence and got their parents or older bros/sisters to sit in with them, as long as their 21 or over and have been driving for 3 or more years and currently hold a licence then i though it was legal?!<br />
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Do i really need insurance or if i crash will it go on the driver im in the car with (the person teaching me in the passenger seat)?!<br />
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Thanks<br />
-Sin</div>

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</div>You will need insurance, I am currently learning and drive my Mum's Punto. My Mum had to put me on her insurance as an additional learner driver which cost me £42. The person supervising you needs to have held a full UK driving licence for atleast 3 years and must be over the age of 21. <img src="/images/smilies/smile.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Smile" class="inlineimg" />
 

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Insurance is such a joke, You pay them money to **** you when you need money, I wish insurance companys in Massachusetts weren't ****ty ha
 
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legally yes you do, when i was learning though i used my dad's car, just make sure your out of the way and theres no chance of screwing up <img src="/images/smilies/smile.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Smile" class="inlineimg" /><br />
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if you want to drive on the roads though get insurance or an instructor car <img src="/images/smilies/smile.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Smile" class="inlineimg" />
 
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Ok thanks guys, guess i was wrong, lol i guess all my mates have been using their provisional wrongly/illegially!<br />
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Oh man insurance, to learn!! wth lol!!
 
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