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04 Aug 2009 00:00 by bhood Star rating. 10 posts Send private message

Is it legal to drive a Spanish registered/insured car belonging to a friend

I have a Euro licence and am fully comp in the UK

We will visiting Hacienda del Alamo for the fifth time and my wife's sister and partner are resident in Fuente Alamo. To save us some euros they have kindly offered to lend us one of their cars while we are on holiday. I have been reading the many excellent and informative blogs on the perils and pleasures of driving in Spain and am a bit aprehensive about not being legal 

 

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05 Aug 2009 00:24 by Rixxy Star rating in San Pedro. 2011 posts Send private message

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 Their insurance will tell you but usually drivers with a full license over the age of 26 can drive covered under the insurance with the consent of the policyholder. Make sure you keep all your papers, driving license and passport on you in the car.

Of course this doesnt apply to me as I am under 26! (hehehe)



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05 Aug 2009 00:31 by Patty_1 Star rating in Hertfordshire. UK. .... 1064 posts Send private message

 Rixxy of course you are we have seen you on these TV programmes,  around 23ish I would think.

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05 Aug 2009 01:50 by morerosado Star rating in Guardamar del Segura.... 6943 posts Send private message

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Anyone over 26 can drive our car with my OH's (policyholder) consent.

Just to save any problems I'd get  written permission, even though it's family.



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08 Aug 2009 23:50 by foxbat Star rating in Granada. 1114 posts Send private message

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Unlike the UK, here in Spain it is the car that is insured not the driver...You can therefore drive anyone elses car provided you have their permission. I would suggest that you have this permission in writing...

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09 Aug 2009 00:37 by bhood Star rating. 10 posts Send private message

 

Hi all

Many thanks to all who responded. I will obtain written permission from the registered owner and thanks again for the info

 

Kind regards

Billy





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