A drivers license shouldn't pull up an auto policy.
Yes. In some jurisdictions, it is required by department policy.
You aren't required to carry insurance in Oklahoma unless you own a vehicle; your license will be safe.
You can get a non-owner insurance policy that essentially covers you when you have no vehicle. This is usually needed if you are required to have insurance and you do not own a vehicle.
Typically you don't need insurance in order to have a driver's license. If however you have violations on your driving record and are required to have an insurance policy in order to keep you license you should have no problem getting a non-owners policy.
If your spouse has no drivers license and does not drive, then no, you don't have to include them on your auto insurance policy. Actually, they have to have a drivers license before they can be added to the policy.
Absolutely if they have a drivers license. They have access to the keys, don't they?
well ya should
Yes, as long as she has a drivers license. You are the name insured on your policy all other legal drivers are allowed to drive your vehicle as an occasional driver.
If you are covered by an "Active" auto insurance policy then you will be covered, whether or not you have an active drivers license.
You add them when they get their drivers license, or anytime after that.
Ordinarily an auto insurer will require a valid license as a condition of issuing a liability policy.
You sure can cancel your insurance policy BUT you might not want to. In our state insurance is required to drive a car or truck and you can be fined and lose you drivers license if your caught driving without insurance. I would question the wisdom of cancelling your insurance
Some insurance companies will allow the named insured to be excluded depending on the reason. The policy would need to be in your name if the vehicle is in your name. Any drivers must be listed as drivers on the policy but not as the insured.
It usually goes against your drivers license in the form of some sort of point structure. You auto insurance policy may increase based on what they find on your drivers license report.
In the state of Georgia, the state will reguire a 6-months prepaid policy along with a SR22A filing in order to get your license back. In the state of Georgia, you can't get insurance with a suspended drivers license cause your not legal to drive with a suspended license.
If you don't have a car you would have no need for auto insurance. The only case to be made is if, due to prior infractions, you are required to keep an active policy in order to maintain your drivers license. In this case you can buy a non-owners auto policy.
If you have a current insurance policy and are in a car accident, but have an expired license, it is up to the insurance company if they will pay the claim or not. It could be in their clause not to, if a person does not have a valid drivers license, especially if you are the one at fault.
With some companies they offer what is called a non-owners policy which allows you to purchase insurance coverage. These are used mostly because a client is required to have insurance coverage for a specific time by the Department of Motor Vehicles to straighten out their driver's license.
The ex-husband can place the minor on his insurance policy. Your driver's license number is neither required or necessary.
I take it you are asking if the company will pay the claim if your drivers license has expired. The policy probably states the only licensed drivers are allowed to drive the vehicles on the policy. You must have a license and be listed on the policy as a driver. These are the terms of the policy. An automobile policy along with the application make up a legally binding contract between the insurance company and the insured. There are requirements that both parties must meet in order for the contract to be valid. The insured agrees to tell the truth on the application and thereafter as far as drivers, vehicles, etc. and pay the premiums in a timely manner. The insurance company agrees to accept the risk of driving from the insured and drivers and pay claims that occur within the policy period and under the terms of the policy. If you fail to do your part as far as notifying the company of drivers and household members or you fail to pay the premiums, then the insurance company is not bound by the terms of the contract either. When you don't give a company all the information as required you are committing material misrepresentation and it will invalidate the contract.