Is it legal for an auto insurance company to ask for proof of a child's age for the parent's insurance?

Question Details: The child is a minor, not of legal driving age 14. The insurance company is insisting that they be provided with proof that the child is not of age, and are increasing rates for a renewal as if the child is of age until they have the proof of birth date.

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