Most people are not familiar with the term Broad Form Named Driver Auto Insurance. It is a special type of auto insurance policy that can be beneficial for many people. However, a Broad Form Named Driver policy (BFND) isn't available in many states. Of the six states I work in, only Ohio has BFND policies. While these policies may be ideal for some people, they won't work at all for others. So before you take out a broad form name driver policy, you need to understand exactly how the policy works and decide whether or not it will work for you.
If any of the above scenarios apply to you, then you may want to consider a broad form name driver auto insurance policy. However, a Broad Form Named Driver has some serious drawbacks as well:
Cons & drawbacks of a Broad Form Named Driver policy:
As long as you fully aware of the limitations above and don't have a problem with the shortcomings of a BFND policy, then I will be happy to run a quote for you. Simply click on the link below. And as always, I run all quotes personally and privately.
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Dan Lyles is an Independent Insurance Agent serving Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia..