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If I Let Someone Else Drive my Car, am I Liable for an Accident?
If I Let Someone Else Drive my Car, am I Liable for an Accident?

Allowing a friend or family member to drive your car may seem like a harmless, helpful act. On many occasions, it is, but if that friend or family member is involved in a collision , you could face the legal consequences. Your responsibilities following such a situation will ...

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