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canonian: "I understand what you are saying however he has not been in a car since his driving test."

Are you absolutely certain? Has he ever driven a friend's car? Perhaps even as designated driver?

"He sees a car as a huge expense that he really does not want to have. There is no reason for him to drive right now, job, school etc. He lives on Campus 75% of the year (summer and winter classes)."

He sees owning a car as a huge expense that he really does not want to have.. Fixed that for you.

"Trust me, if he was going to drive at all I'd have no issue adding him to our policy. Seems like we should drop the license and get a state ID. Damn! :)"

He may not want to drop his license. Have you asked? IIRC, he would someday need to re-take the entire driving test again if he dropped his license. Also, doing so would prevent him from sharing driving on his spring break trip, or to keep a inebriated friend from driving.

Regards, JAFO
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