What are the alternatives to any driver car insurance?
Although an any driver insurance policy would make life easier, the reality is that most of us won’t need it. A more practical (and economical) solution is to add named drivers to your policy.
Most insurance providers will let you add up to five named drivers to your policy. These could be a partner, or a son or daughter who’s recently learned to drive. If someone is added as a named driver, it means they can occasionally use your car.
The main driver on a policy must be the person who drives the car most. Named drivers should only be using it now and again. If someone’s been added as a named driver to get a cheaper policy but is actually the car’s main driver, this is known as car insurance fronting, which is against the law.