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LENDING YOUR CAR TO FRIENDS AND FAMILY
LENDING YOUR CAR TO FRIENDS AND FAMILY

In Ontario, it is legal to lend your car to someone else. Be aware, however, that when you lend your car, YOU ARE ALSO LENDING THE DRIVER YOUR CAR INSURANCE . If a car is lent on consent and is involved in a collision for which the driver of your car is deemed at fault, your ...

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