weisssoccermom wrote:We were once in the position where we had to remove our son from our insurance or have the entire family forced into a high risk group, simply because of one accident. Fortunately, we were able to change insurance with no problems. I don't understand WHY you just don't drop him from your insurance. YOU have the right to do that...it happens all the time and your insurance will likely offer you that option.
My advice....get him off of the insurance....NOW! Call your insurance company and tell them you are dropping him from your insurance AND signing a legal statement that you no longer give him permission (this is important) to drive your car. IF the insurance company doesn't total the van, take it back. If he has left you what obligation do you feel to allow him to drive the van? If it's in YOUR name and YOU are financially responsible for it, then YOU need to take the appropriate action and get the van back AND take him off the insurance policy.
May sound mean BUT.....you need to look after you.
Aqx99 wrote: . . . Last night he texted me very casually that he had been in another car accident and it was his fault. He was in an accident in August that was also his fault, and back in 2016 he totaled his previous van. . .
Lee wrote:Aqx99 wrote: . . . Last night he texted me very casually that he had been in another car accident and it was his fault. He was in an accident in August that was also his fault, and back in 2016 he totaled his previous van. . .
So glad to read they will total the van, butt geez, 2 vans in less than 2 yrs. That is not a history anybody would want. Glad it will not be your problem much longer.
What about the rental car he is driving?
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