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How long do you have to switch insurance after buying another car in Florida?
no the person that owns the car actually has to be the polcy holder. But you can be a listed driver and the one who pays it and get experience for having insurance. the owner …of the car doesnt even have to be a driver. But because she/he owns the vehicle they have an insurance interest in the car and must own the policy
You bought a car and got a ticket for no insurance how long do you have to get insurance after buying a car?
This may vary from state to state. In Mass, you have to have insurance in order to register a car (the insurance company has to stamp the registration form)
You can buy a car without proof of insurance. BUTThe finance company may require proof before releasing the money, thus preventing your purchase ORYou can not regi…ster a car in most jurisdictions with out insurance.
you have ten days from the original date of purchase to have insurance and have the car / vehicle registered in your name you have ten days from the original date o…f purchase to have insurance and have the car / vehicle registered in your name
You can contact an agent and check on prices for a particular car. If shopping for a new car, you do have to be insured before you leave the lot. If you currently have car ins…urance, usually it will transfer to a new car, contact your agent so when do you have to have the insurance to buy the car ****************************************************** Nice information.......Thanks!
There is no need to switch auto insurance companies, In general you are required to notify your insurer within a reasonable time frame of a vehicle change, usually legally def…ined as up to 30 days. As insurance laws are propagated by each state, You should check with your insurance agent to be sure of the time allowed in your state. You really don't have to switch auto insurance companies once you trade a car; all you need to do is inform your provider about the switch. Depending on the make, model and mileage of the new vehicle, your rates may rise or fall, at which point of time you can decide whether you're getting a decent rates or if it's time to start looking for cheap auto insurance quotes from other providers.
Answer You can't legally drive a car in Indiana without auto insurance for any length of time. If by chance you mean how long can you drive a newly purchas…ed vehicle before needing to notify the insurance company that was covering your old vehicle you'll need to read your policy. Policies will vary by company but many companies will give you up to 30 days to notify them of the change in vehicles.
If you have full coverage and total the car will you get enough insurance money to buy another car if it is not paid for?
NADA Blue Book Guide Go to the NADA book to determine the retail value of your vehicle. This is about all you can expect to receive. You can go to www.…nada.com and get the low retail value of your car. Ask the payoff amount on the car. The difference is about what you will have to work with. Two-part answer I think there are two parts to your question. First is the value. In a perfect world you should get enough money to replace the car with a similar one without paying any more than you get from the insurance company. Very often you will get something less. You can dispute the claim amount if you think it is too low, but you must have some basis for your amount. Low settlement amounts are common when a car has unusually low mileage, is in especially good condition, or has had restoration work done to it. In addition to the source above, look in your local papers and see whether you can substantiate a higher price. The second part is your loan balance, which remains your obligation regardless of the payoff amount on the claim. Let's say you put $4,000 down on a $20,000 vehicle that you wreck six months later. If you still owe, say, $15,000 on the vehicle and the book value is, say, $17,000, then the finance company gets 15 thousand and you are left with just two thousand. Things get really crappy when the book value of the car is less than what's owed on the loan. In that situation, you are on the hook for the difference. So, not only will you not have money to buy another vehicle, you are now in the hole. Almost Certainly Not The insurance company will pay the Blue Book trade-in value less your deductible. Since the bank has a lien, they will get their share first and quite often that leaves the owner with little, nothing, or still owing the bank. And, of course you will pay Blue Book retail for the replacement. The chances of even getting enough for a downpayment that will allow you to finance the same amount you owed on the old car are slim.
Insurance As long as you have a valid drivers license, you can be insured.
Sometimes a friendly dealer will pay off the other car that you still owe on and take it in trade. If not, you have to make payments on both until they're both paid off. If th…e dealer takes your other vehicle in trade at a price less than you owe, you are responsible for paying the balance of the principal. If you want to buy an economy car and you now have a big SUV that the dealer doesn't want to take in trade, you have my sympathy. In that case, you have to try to sell the vehicle yourself that you don't want anymore at the best price you can get for it. Again, if it's less than your payoff balance, you must pay for your new car plus the remaining balance of the old one.
The insurance policy on the vehicle you were driving will pay any damages assuming the owner of the vehicle and the owner of the insurance policy is one and the same.
As long as it takes to reach your insurance agent by phone.
Answer As long as you pay the premiums!! Normally, a policy is issued for either 6 months or 12 months. Options for paying monthly are at time available for an… additional charge.
YES. It is mandatory ( that means you DON'T HAVE TO HAVE IT ) or you cannot drive.
Answer . You must have insurance on the vehicle as soon as you purchase it. The nice part though, is that, if you already have an insurance policy for another vehicle, or …if you are on a family policy and someone else in the family has a car with insurance, and you are listed as a driver on the family policy, that company will most likely cover your new auto purchase for a 15 day period, sometimes even a 30 day period. Check with your insurance agent for exact times as they vary with each company\n. \n.
Sure, if you just want to buy it but not drive it. Oh yes and if you have enough cash to pay for it without financing any of the purchase price. This is because most states re…quire you to have insurance to drive or get a tag and if you finance the purchase you will have to purchase insurance as part of your finance contract.
A car can be registered and insured by a number of people. Usually they are one and the same. A car can be insured with having it registered to you if you would like to dr…ive it.