Yes you can, But due to limitations of a minor to enter into a contract. The teenager will need a parent to countersign the insurance application. Alternatively it is usually cheaper just to add the teen to the parents auto insurance policy.
This would depend on the state where the car is to be insured. The best thing to do is to contact the state auto insurance bureau or DMV to see what the restrictions are for a minor to own a car and to have his/her own insurance on it.
No. Most insurance companies do not allow a minor to have their own policy because an insurance policy and application are a legal contract and a minor cannot generally be party to a legal contract. I do know of a couple of insurance companies that overlook this and allow even a 16 year old to buy a policy.
Most insurance companies will not allow a 17 year old to own and insure their own vehicle. I have a couple of insurance companies that do allow them to have a policy. The reason I don't recommend to my customers that they not allow a 17 year old own a vehicle and iisurance their vehicle in their name is that they are not a legal adult under the terms of the lay. An insurance quote along with the policy itself make up a legally biniding agreement. A 17 year old is not technically allowed to sign a legal document.
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