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"^^^ This. My first message was quite clear. For some reason you did not read it or decided to fabricate what you think all kids do. I don't know.

I started this thread with:

"My son got his license and has no desire to own or drive a car, nor has he driven since getting his real license. He is at college staying on campus.

I have searched the net and googled but cannot find if I legally need insurance in Maryland for him. Anyone have a clue?"

I did not start with, I'm not sure if my kid is driving but does Maryland legally require car insurance given my uncertainty."

And I did not respond to your first post because I have no idea what Maryland law requires. I also note that it could be a requirement by the underwriters for your insurance company and not a state law requirement.

I was very clear about which post I was responding to, including quoting it.

I also note that you intentionally re-used the word fabricate (again) even though you refused my reasonable request about pointing out exactly what you believe I fabricated. Nice. Did you learn you behavior from El Presidente, make stuff up and then duck all responsibility for what you wrote? I will take your refusal as an admission that you cannot point out any fabrication and that you are too embarrassed to so admit.

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