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    • Vbuz
    • By Vbuz 11th Mar 17, 7:55 PM
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    Learner Driver Insurance
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    Learner Driver Insurance 11th Mar 17 at 7:55 PM
    I want to get learner driver insurance and be supervised by my boyfriend on his car. Here's a thing - you need driving license for at least 3 years - he has got for 2 and a half year and is owner and main policy holder. His parents are insured on that car as well. My question is: Can i be supervised by named driver (his parents) who has driving license for 30 years even when car owner and main policyholder on that car has driving license for only 2.5?
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    • Lorian
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    • By Quentin 11th Mar 17, 8:35 PM
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    • 11th Mar 17, 8:35 PM
    I want to get learner driver insurance and be supervised by my boyfriend on his car. Here's a thing - you need driving license for at least 3 years - he has got for 2 and a half year and is owner and main policy holder. His parents are insured on that car as well. My question is: Can i be supervised by named driver (his parents) who has driving license for 30 years even when car owner and main policyholder on that car has driving license for only 2.5?
    Originally posted by Vbuz
    Your bf cannot supervise you till he has had his licence for 3 years.


    You can use any other qualified supervisor.


    (Your "supervisor" doesn't have to be insured to drive the car - though it's advisable as at some stage the supervisor might need to take over from you if you get into any state where you cannot continue)
    • DiveboyUK
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    You can be supervised by anyone who fits the Criteria. I'm with Collingwood learners which is three years but some are five.
    • cajef
    • By cajef 7th Mar 18, 2:15 PM
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    You can be supervised by anyone who fits the Criteria. I'm with Collingwood learners which is three years but some are five.
    Originally posted by DiveboyUK
    The law and DVLA require that anyone supervising a learner must be over twentyone years old and held a full driving licence for more than three years, what driving schools stipulate is just their preference.
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