No. At 16, you're still considered a juvenile in the eyes of the law. As such, you can't enter into a legally binding contract, which is what an insurance policy would be in effect.
Not to mention that a 16 year old would pay an outrageous amount of money for insurance, as that bracket is the highest risk.
You can, although most insurance companies will not. if they do you will be paying stupid amounts of money for 3rd party only . On my 16th birthday i got insured on my 1.3L VW polo on my own, my parents didnt even know. Though it did cost me £1459, for 3rd party only, rightly so as a crashed 3 days after passing my test haha. didnt beat my brothers record of 2 hours though. I personly don't think 16 year old males should be allowed on public roads =p
it is not illegal for a driver with only a permit to drive his parent's car without having his name added to the insurance.
A minor can not legally enter into most binding contracts As a result a parent or guardian is usually required to approve or authorize a contract by signature. So Although, Yes,, they can obtain Auto Insurance Without the parents listed as named insureds on the insurance contract, However, A parents signature will still be required on the insurance application authorizing the minor to enter into the contract.
A 17 year old can not enter into a legally binding contract. Therefore a parent or guardian must countersign the Insurance Application.
You can have your parents sign off and you can go at 17. or you can wait and go at 18 without having a parent have to sign for you.
A minor has to be on the insurance of a person 18 years or older - which is usually their parents.
The custodial parent.
In the state of Florida a minor cannot have an auto insurance policy unless a parent signs for it. Usually if said minor lives with their parents they are usually just put on their parent's policy
You can move out without the parents consent, but the parent may take you to court and get you back.
Parent's policy pays
no. because as long as the parents has insurance they are fine. And this is only if the parent adds them on their insurance.