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Excluding a driver from your car insurance might sound like the same thing as removing someone from a policy. But excluding and removing mean different things to an insurance company.
Why you’d do it
A household member moves out and no longer drives your car regularly.
You or the insurance company don’t want someone in the household covered under the policy.
How to do it
Call the insurance company.
Contact the insurance company and fill out a driver exclusion form.
Insurance for the removed or excluded driver
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