If your college bound daughter will be driving your cars only when she is home on holidays can you delete her from your auto policy to reduce premiums but still get coverage when she is home?
Let me start by assuring you I am a mechanic, not an agent. But in the same situation, I found that All-State saved me a lot of money.
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Will your car still be covered by a Texas policy if your daughter is driving the car in another state?
Answer . Yes, if your daughter is on the policy, either disclosed as a driver away at school in another state or she is on the policy and is just travelling to that other s…tate and will be there no longer than 5 days in most cases..
Is it necessary to keep our daughter on our vehicle insurance policy as a driver although she is now at college and will only drive the car 4 or 5 times per month-our premium doubles keeping her on?
Answer . Yes! Even though she might not be driving the car often at all,( let your insurance company know this, your premium might be cheaper) if a wreck should happen, s…he's not on the insurance, the ticket will serve as her at fault, with no insurance.
Do you need to buy auto insurance if you study out of sate and drive only when going back home during holidays?
Answer . \nTechnically yes. When I was in this situation they still gave me a ticket and said I should have NON DRIVER'S INSURANCE. People who travel alot and use rental c…ars regularly use this form of insurance since they don't have a car to insure year round they insure themselves.
Answer . need a little more info to help you on this.......if the policy actually canceled.....(most not all) have a ten day claus, if paid within the ten days, but they a…re NOT required to have this claus.........sounds like it canceled if you were 'reinstating' rather than 'renewing' NO there will not be coverage........sorry
Child is living home and she has her own car This car is on your insurance and you are wanting to put the policy in her name Will her premium go up?
Answer . more than likely if she has a 'stand alone' policy on her own it will be higher than on yours...you likely have a 'multi car discount' and perhaps and 'companion p…olicy discount' that she will not have if on her own.......all states are different however, your agent should be able to tell you, or if you buy on line, contact 'policy services'. also, it will also depend on her personal driving record. if she has an excellent driving record, her policy may be lower than yours. you may have discounts she could not, though. the link below explains how her driving record could affect her car insurance policy:. http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/1585489/how_your_personal_driving_record_affects.html?cat=27
No, Auto Insurance is required to Operate a motor vehicle on public roads, If the College student does not drive, then it is not necessary to have auto insurance nor is it nec…essary for them to have a drivers license.
Answer . Probably not, if you drive any vehicle with any regularity (siblings, parents when you're homet etc) you need to be a listed driver, and rated on that policy.. If …you occasionally drive a friends car (with their permission of course), subject to any exclusions you should be fine. If you do not drive at all ever, then no, you do not need a policy....
Answer . Not sure about that, more than likely though, contact your agent or the policy services dept of your insurance company.
Auto insurance and burn down everyone Else's house to make it equal
That depends on the nature of the loss. Contact your Insurance Agent and he will be able to advise you on coverage.
I wouldn't see why not. Insurance will cover any accident she has, only because she is family.
None. You need to buy insurance for the mobile home. If it is un-endorsed, then it is uninsured
If you are looking to drive a vehicle home as the winning bidder then the vehicle must be insured. All vehicles must be insured to drive legally on our roads.
Will your home owners policy cover damage to your car from a tree falling on it on your propertyi do not have full coverage on the car?
Short answer--No! In order to have the claim covered on the vehicle, you would need full coverage on the auto policy. This peril is covered under comprehensive, which is part …of what is known as full coverage to the auto.
Yes she does need to be listed as a driver on your policy. You coverage will only cover her while she at your residence and driving your vehicles. This does not mean that she …will have coverage on any of her vehicles while driving overseas. You cannot add her personal vehicle out of the country.