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Can you insure a car whose title is under your parents name and then change the name on the insurance to yours if they transfer the title to you?

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Probably a state law issue. We have one car where the insurance is ion my wife's name and the car is in my name and nobody ever said anything. I would guess that in some states you can insure the car in your name and have it registered in your parents name but why? Just switch both at the same time and avoid a problem later. DMV and insurance regulations are really nasty in some states (like NYS) and they can suspend your license and you never even know it. Look on your states DMV site and call you insurance agent.
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