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    May 08, 2014


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    I trust you mean you hope to hear MORE IA insurers follow suit, since MetLife Home and Auto DOES indeed use the IA distribution channel.

    Tim Dodge

    Yes, that's exactly what I meant. Thank you for the catch.


    "Seeing as Lyft drivers are required to prove they have been driving in the US for a minimum of one year or longer, we still require proof that you have held a license for longer than your current card can report."

    I exchanged my Puerto Rico license to California last February. Does Metlife also cover people from US territories, or are we treated "special"?

    Tim Dodge

    Joyce, I don't have any inside information as to whether MetLife will cover drivers in U.S. territories. A MetLife agent should be able to answer your question.

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