Most likely, yes. While you should double-check the language of your lease, the vast majority of the time it’s fine.
- Is your lease tied up with any particular insurance provider?
- Does sharing it violate any conditions of your lease?
- Do you have an agreed value for your vehicle? It may be more than the market value under our fleet insurance policy.
Whoever you're leasing the vehicle from will know the answer, so perhaps give them a call.
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