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Removing Your Children from Your Policy

You may want to remove your children from your policy when they no longer live with you. You'll probably have to prove to the insurance company that your child has moved. You can use documents like a driver's license, lease agreement, or utility receipts to show that your child has a separate address.

It's probably not a good idea to remove children from your policy if they are attending school away from home. It's risky to drop coverage if your teenager might occasionally drive at school or when home on visits. Many insurance companies will require you to keep students on your policy, even if you would like to remove them

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