10 ways to lose your car insurance and possibly end up in court

3. Letting someone else drive your car


This is something most of us do, whether it is for a friend, cousin or someone we know. This is allowed for people who have fully comprehensive car insurance. But, there is a catch here. Most of do not have the same clauses on our policy as someone who’s car we are using, and often do not realize how little cover we (or the person driving our car) actually have. Those fully comprehensive policies allow you to take someone else’s car, but they always provide just the legal minimum. As you can see many things here can end badly and eventually lead up to you receiving a money fine, points on your license and possibly being disqualified from driving.