1. 155 POINTS
    Denise Billings
    Producer, Anixter & Oser Inc, Novato California
    There is no reason why you can't be listed on two auto insurance policies if you are a driver on both the vehicles or the registered owner of both.  IF you are the registered owner then you should be named as an insured and if you are simply a driver, you should be listed as such on each policy for each car you drive (if they are different policies)
    Answered on May 8, 2013
  2. 910 POINTS
    Ken Boncela
    Ageny Owner, Farmers Insurance, Ken Boncela Insurance & Financial Services, Oswego, lllinois
    You not only can be on two auto insurance policies, you should if you are the registered owner of both!  However if the question is can you be insured on 2 auto insurance policies on the same vehicle, that's a no-no and sometimes done in a fraudulent attempt to collect for damages twice.  Don't do the crime if you can't do the time!
    Answered on May 8, 2013
  3. 644 POINTS
    Alex Pfeifer
    Owner, Pfeifer Insurance Brokers, Burlingame, CA
    If you drive more than one vehicle or own more than one vehicle you should be on more than one auto policy. You should be on every policy for every vehicle that you regularly drive. Talk to your agent or broker to get yourself listed on the right car insurance policies.
    Answered on August 2, 2013
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