How much does it cost to put a learner driver insured ?
I’m 22 female and my Grandad is 70, he drives a Skoda Fabia and said he will give me some driving lessons, I was wondering how much about will it cost for me to go on his insurance?
- RichardLv 61 month ago
Ask his insurance company
- River EuphratesLv 71 month ago
Nobody here can tell you that - he will need to contact his insurance and have them quote him for it.
- Obi Wan KnievelLv 71 month ago
You forgot to say where you live, dummy.
Where I live, insurance companies are not allowed to charge any premium for adding a driver with a G1 (learner's level) licence. But that's where I live, and there are no international laws governing auto insurance premiums.
- opinionatedLv 71 month ago
if on learner permit you do not have to be on his policy. once you get a licence, then you need your name on a policy
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- regeruggedLv 71 month ago
As long as you do not live with grandpa, you are covered under his policy as a permissive user.
- MayLv 61 month ago
It doesn't work that way. Call his insurance agent and ask if you will be insured while driving his car.
- FLv 61 month ago
Putting a learner on your insurance is not usually too bad, it’s when you’ve passed and go solo you’re a big risk and insurance companies ask silly money.
It will still be a significant cost and they may apply a large excess.
- StephenWeinsteinLv 71 month ago
It would cost about what it does where you live. It would not cost about what is does somewhere else. The price of insurance is heavily dependent on location. It would cost 50 if you live where it costs 50 and it would cost 10000 if you live where it costs 10000. It does not cost about as much in one place as another.
- RobsteriarkLv 71 month ago
Only your grandfather’s insurer can tell him that when he asks for a quotation. As every quotation is totally unique it’s not possible to even give a rough figure.
Usually it’s not much but that’s because as a learner you are always supervised and will only be doing a little bit of driving.
The moment you pass your test it will rocket to four figures. If you pass your test you also cannot drive home in your grandfather’s car unless you have already upgraded the insurance.
Edit: US answerers please note that Skoda don’t sell in the USA (and Canada). So US insurance rules which are VERY different to Europe and the UK do not apply.
- boy boyLv 71 month ago
not as much as you were expecting ..my son put his wife on his insurance ..she was a learner ..yes she was 30 ..but he got a rebate!...i will be shocked if its above £300 extra