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The son who was driving is not listed on the insurance policy as an excluded driver is he?
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He is not listed as excluded. He doesn't normally drive the car.
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Thank you for your response. It is full coverage insurance. Do auto insurance policies typically say that they only cover the stated drivers?
Ok. What about the fact they may believe my brother is a resident at my apartment and the car is garaged here. Because my sister is listed as the benefactor to my father's estate and the title hasn't been signed over, does that make her residence the household that the policy is considered to be under? The policy states, "are all operators listed? Failure to list a household member or any individual who customarily operates your auto may have very serious consequences".
mine is now. He does live here now, although he stays at his mother's sometimes too and has been listed under that one for student loans and some mailings. I'm not sure what his official residence would be considered to be or how to determine that.
But I believe he legally lives with his mother and just stays here at times, which isn't untrue. Is that not grounds to state that he isn't a resident here?
he's 21 years old, so no one has custody of him.
ok he is just staying temporarily. Last question. Since he has been staying here at times he may have said that he lives with me in his recorded statement today, im not sure. If he did mistakenly say that even though he technically lives with his mother, can he retract what he said due to misunderstanding his statement?
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