Contact your insurance agent or insurance company. Explain that you would like to add an international driver to your insurance policy. When asked, provide the driver's name, date of birth and international driver's license number. It may also be necessary to provide information about any moving violations she may have gotten while driving in the United States.
Discuss coverage options. Advise your insurance company of the international driver's plans for operating the vehicle, including whether she will be an occasional or regular driver. Keep in mind that your existing limits of liability and comprehensive or collision choices will apply to any driver listed on your policy. Be sure to advise your agent if the driver has a vehicle of her own to add to the policy. Take clear notes, being especially careful to ask about coverage restrictions and additional costs.
Pay an additional premium (when applicable). Your insurance company may ask you to pay an added premium for your new driver on the day the change is processed. This can usually be done over the phone with a check or credit card or in person with cash. If the premium is more than anticipated, ask your insurance company for more information about its monthly billing options.
Ask for proof of insurance. Most insurance agents or insurance companies have the technology to generate temporary insurance cards on the spot. Ask to have the international driver's insurance cards emailed or faxed to save time.