Car Insurance - Remove driver

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Your written policy documents represent the contract you have with your insurer and must accurately reflect all the personal information and insured drivers and vehicles you have provided to your insurer.  If you have requested the removal of another primary or occasional driver and you don’t see that change reflected on new policy documents, this can be frustrating and could affect the validity of a future claim.  If your higher premiums have been debited since you requested the removal, you may be entitled to a pro-rated refund of the premium difference.

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