|Answer: In most cases, yes, as long as they have the permission or reasonable belief from the insured that they can drive the vehicle. The insured is the person named on the insurance policy and their spouse if applicable.
There are some exclusions, so you would need to look at your particular insurance policy to make sure. Remember, everyone in your household must be listed on your insurance policy if they have a driver's license. For example, if a girlfriend you live with uses your car, she may not be covered if your didn't list her on your insurance policy. On the other hand, if you live separately, she could use your car with permission and be covered.