Many will be indulging over the holiday season, and those taking the responsibility of being a designated driver have probably never considered how that could affect your insurance
Your insurance is probably the last thing you think of when offering to be a designated driver during the holiday season.
Insurance Broker with Vegreville Insurance, Ashley Ziprick, says that while you don't need to contact your insurance company if driving your own vehicle, there are some things to keep in mind if driving someone else's vehicle.
She notes that it is a good idea to inform your insurance company if you will be regularly volunteering to drive this season, and if a volunteer driver is under the age of 25. She adds that as long as the driver is not working for a company or earning money, they will probably be covered.