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Morning all,

this question is obviously not as important as most, but just curious. Is it benificial for fiance to already have a drivers license before she gets here, or makes no difference with regards to insurance purposes. ie, no experience higher rates

Thanks for all the great advise

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My insurance company didn't ask whether or not Chinook had a previous driver license, nor did they ask about her previous driving experience. I just gave them the info about her current WA state driver license.


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We're doing this just now, actually.

Progressive said they don't take into consideration the fact that someone has no driving history in the U.S. when figuring a quote, but, rather, they just go by their age. So if the person is over 24 -- or whatever the age is -- then you are good.

Adding my wife had no impact on my previous rates. In fact, I added her, added her brand new vehicle, and am paying $100 less than I was with GEICO for only one vehicle.


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Morning all,

this question is obviously not as important as most, but just curious. Is it benificial for fiance to already have a drivers license before she gets here, or makes no difference with regards to insurance purposes. ie, no experience higher rates

Thanks for all the great advise

It is better if u learn how to drive when u get here so u won't be stucked at home when hubby is at work. easier for u to get a job too. With regards to the insurance it depends on ur age.

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