Car Insurance for Multiple Drivers: How It Works
Insuring multiple drivers on one policy can raise your premium, but it could save you money in the long run.
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Taylor Mlam-Samuel is a personal finance writer and credentialed educator. When she’s not helping readers better save and spend money, she can be found teaching.
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Updated June 7, 2023
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