Short answer:

Most likely, yes. While you should double-check the language of your lease, the vast majority of the time it’s fine.

Consider:

  • Is your lease tied up with any particular insurance provider?
  • Does sharing it violate any conditions of your lease?

Whoever you're leasing the vehicle from will know the answer, so perhaps give them a call.

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