Good morning from southeast Georgia, I'm Doug, and I'm sorry to hear of the confusion, Brian. My goal is to provide you with excellent service today. Under GA law, a liability policy follows the car. What this means is that in the event that a permissive operator of your vehicle (your friend) gets in an at fault accident, your auto policy on your car would be primary---paying all damages to others and for damage to your car. Your friend's policy on any autos belonging to her and her husband would provide only secondary coverage---only paying after the limits of your car's policy had been exhausted, So, your insurance will cover any losses first if she is driving your car. The fact that she only has a learner’s license and must operate a car only with another licensed adult driver does not vest you with personal liability for her actions, or an accident, while she is driving. If you want your vehicle's insurance not involved in the event of a collision, then about all you can do is agree to teach her in a vehicle belonging to her and her husband. Your presence in the car in the event of an accident would not result in you being personally liable---unless you directed her to do something like travel the wrong direction on a one way street. Doing something like that---negligently directing her to violate a traffic law---could result in personal liability to you as well. However, as it is your car, your policy would protect you as well in that instance. You may reply back to me again, using the Reply to Expert link, if you have additional questions. I wish you the best in your future, Doug
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