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My son has non-owners sr22, so he can drive my car to work and back. He is thinking about getting a motorcycle. If he changes his insurance, and puts it on a motorcycle, will he still be able to drive my car on that same insurance?


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Technically, a motorcycle is not an automobile, because a motorcycle does not have four wheels. He may be able to add a 'Miscellaneous Type Vehicle' endorsement to his current personal auto policy. This endorsement will allow him to cover his motorcycle on his current non-owners sr22 policy. If he is unable to do this endorsement, he will need to take out a policy that is separate from his non-owner sr22 policy and keep his non-owner sr22 policy in force.

He can get a auto insurance quote by clicking here.For a quote for motorcycle insurance through our partner Safeco click here or call 1-800-936-0356.

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1 Responses to "My son has non-owners sr22, so he can drive my car to work and back. He is thinking about getting a motorcycle. If he changes his insurance, and puts it on a motorcycle, will he still be able to drive my car on that same insurance?"
  1. Anonymous

    The answer forgot to mention that that if he is regularly using your car that his insurance would not cover the liability since he is using it regularly.

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