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- August 1, 2011 at 6:33 am #358567AnonymousInactive
Ok I am 17 years old and will turn 18 soon. I have a lerners permit at the moment. My parents have Geico auto insurance and they will not let me get my drivers license because they said their rates would go up as long as I live at home and they can’t afford to pay for my insurance. I called geico and they said it would go up,and they asked me what vehicle I would be driving.
I told them that I don’t have a car, and they said “you have to be assigned to a car as a ‘part time driver’.” But the problem is, I don’t need a car right now, I can drive a motorcycle. In the state of florida, motorcycle insurance is not required, but a class e drivers license is required to operate the motorcycle.
So if I get my drivers license, why should my parents car insurance go up if I were to drive a motorcycle that does not require insurance at all?
Actually geico said it wont go up with a permit only a drivers license.
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