Several months ago, before my oldest son had his driver's license, I had called my insurance company to get a quote on what it would cost to add him to my policy. They gave me a quote (which sucked) and he was eventually able to get a much better quote under his mom's (my ex's) policy. Flash forward a few months, and I start getting calls from them asking about adding him to my policy. I told them that it was fine he doesn't need to do so as he's under my ex's policy. Well, they asked for "proof" (a copy of his insurance agreement with the other company..). At first I didn't think much of it, I told them "yeah, I'll see what I can do" and let it go at that. I figured that when he gets a chance he can give them a call. Well, the "nasty" calls started after that - they are calling me repeatedly and sending letters and demanding proof of his insurance, otherwise he'll be "added to my policy without my consent"... I called them back and asked them if it was legal to penalize someone simply for asking for a quote. I also explained that his primary residence is not with me, so how could they demand any info at all from me simply for asking about details of a policy? She replies "well you gave us the impression that he lived with you so we'll need proof" ARGH!!! So now they want his DL# to verify residence and that he's insured?? Sounds like a crock to me. Anyone ever run into this sort of thing?