In Mississippi your daughter has to live in your household and have car titled at your address to be on your policy and you also have to be on title. If she owes anything your name only need be added to title and not loan so that you are not financially responsible.
You may be able to declare that you are common law married and as long as both of you are listed as named insureds on the policy you can insure vehicles just as if you had said your I do's for real.
You can insure up to four drivers on your policy. Any driver who is not specifically listed under the policy document, but insured under an 'any driver' agreement, is simply referred to as an 'unnamed driver'. If you wish to insure specific unnamed drivers, you can expect your premium to increase.
Answer:As long as you have the owners name on the insurance as owner you can insure it under your own policy
Yes, you can even insure her. It will need to be a non-standard auto policy.
you can if your daughter is younger than 18 years. but they cant sell you an insurance if it is not under your name. you have to be able to have someone to insure.
Only if her married daughter is under 18, then yes. Otherwise, the answer is no.
A closed list refers to the network of dentists from which you can obtain treatment that is covered under your dental policy.
Your parents would need to add the car to their own policy.
It is unlawful to intentionally under insure your home. Your insurance company is required to review your homeowners policy regularly to insure that you are properly insured and that your homeowners policy is in compliance with the law as well as the terms of any associated mortgage note.
You will have to sign an official exclusion document for your policy to be safe. Be aware though that when you do this you can not under any circumstance let your daughter drive any vehicle on your policy while that exclusion is in effect.