no, as long as the vehical is stored in your garage the homeowners policy were cover it. otherwise no insurance is not required. although u must make sure you do not drive it. if you are caught driving it you will be ticketed and insurance may be hard to egt once hat violation is on your record.
I don't know what state you are in, but in Kansas all motor vehicles you own are required by state law to have liability insurance reguardless if you drive them or not. KSA 40-3104
There isn't any homeowner's insurance coverage that I know of that will cover an automobile. The first answer is 100% wrong. Most states require that all vehicles with a valid registration have liability coverage however a person can usually get that waived for vehicles that will be stored for long periods of time.
Classic car insurance is for vintage vehicles of a certain age and driven by owners of a required age. These vehicles are usually driven for show purposes.
Car insurance is required in Massachussets.
When it's a self-driven car, you need license to get car insurance from any insurance company.
If the car is still going to be driven, then yes it does need insurance.
No, classic car insurance is not required, but car insurance is. Classic car insurance is just a cheaper way of being insured.
It is required to have liability car insurance to legally drive in Tennessee.
if car was driven by storage employee or anyone who is affliated with storage facility. Yes, it will be convered by their insurance. However, if the vehical was driven by a owner, his or her car insurance company will be responsible. best way to resolve this issue, contact your insurance agent or provider! asian623 http://www.myspace.com/scionturboracing
Yes, car insurance is required for all automobile drives in Colorado. It is required in every single state.
Yes car insurance is in fact required in California. Before you decided to drive you car in California, please purchase some insurance.
The insurance is on the DRIVER as well as the car driven. So, the answer is Yes.
Insurance is purchased for the car, not the driver. Until the car has been insured it cannot be driven by anyone. Note that most states do allow a short grace period after you purchase a car in which it can be driven without insurance to let you purchase insurance and handle title/registration paperwork. This grace period does not apply to a car that you have either allowed the insurance to lapse or have removed its insurance. If you already have another car insured (which it appears you do) and wish to drive a car that is not currently insured, contact your insurance agent and have them temporarily transfer the policy to the other car.
No. Every insurance companies are required those applicants to have at least one car to avain a car insurance.