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Given that I am not an expert in insurance, I would like to make two points:
* Insurance rules vary greatly from state to state and country to country so don't assume...
* Since he would be getting the insurance, it should not be a problem for him to identify you as an insured "driver" of the car. Perhaps this is allowed in the location where the car is insured.

Best of luck and I hope you find this useful.
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