No you need to have a drivers license. It is illegal to drive a car without a drivers license and that is how the finance company looks at it.
I don't see why not. You can finance it, you just can't drive it.
I would not drive a man's car if his wife said I couldn't no matter what. Legally, the person who is the policyholder on the insurance and the owner of the vehicle has to give you permission to drive. If you drive it on a regular basis, you must be listed as a driver on the insurance policy. If you drive the car without permission, and have an accident, you will not have coverage under the insurance policy.
Not without Air Traffic control permission (ground )
No, if you have the owner of the parking lots permission.
With the landowners permission you can do what you like on private property.
If they are not pressing charges, then they are giving you permission to drive their vehicle. If you give someone who doesn't have a drivers license permission to drive your vehicle, you are voiding your insurance coverage. The Insurance company will not pay.
Sure, if you just want to buy it but not drive it. Oh yes and if you have enough cash to pay for it without financing any of the purchase price. This is because most states require you to have insurance to drive or get a tag and if you finance the purchase you will have to purchase insurance as part of your finance contract.
I don't see why not. I drive alone all the time, and I don't even have permission.
Ask an insurance company for a "broadform" policy. That will cover you for any car you drive. Yes, although it's rather pointless. Why pay for insurance on something that you don't even have or own ... there is no need. If you drive someone else's car, you are covered under their insurance policy, provided you have their permission to drive it.
you can't sue him if he had your permission to drive car. you need to collect from your insurance company. if you don't have insurance - you're outta luck.
Not unless you said "sure, test drive my car any time". It's your car. You always get to say when or if someone drives it. According to the insurance company because they drove it before they have implied permission to drive it again. Does that sound right?
No. You CANNOT drive without a valid license. PERIOD!
It is not a good idea to drive without your license on you or in the vehicle. If you are pulled over by the police you can get a ticket for not having it with you. Yes, although it may be illegal in your state to drive on public roads. It is legal on private property with the owner's permission or acquesence.
A capital fund drive occurs when the company goes on a quest to raise more capital to finance various projects. Companies can do that by holding an initial public offer.
It is not legal to drive these sorts of vehicles on the road without a license. It is allowed if it is on private property with the permission of the owner, but it is illegal to use it on a public highway.
If you want to lose your job or worse you drive the company vehicle in your free time. It is ALWAYS better to drive your own private vehicle during your free time unless you have the Companies permission to drive company vehicle anytime.
If your car was taken without your permission, your insurance company may still cover the claim. However, it would be considered as a theft of vehicle and they may look for reimbursement from the other non-permitted driver's insurance to cover the loss.
ONLY if you are otherwise legally entitled to drive alone, and if the school in question permits you to drive to school (many schools have policies restricting students from doing so without express permission both from parents). If you do not have school permission, if you do not have parental permission, if you do not have the legal right to drive alone (most likely if you are still a student) then no, you may not drive to school. You will have to find some other way.
As long as the minor driving has permission to be on the private property, yes they can, minors can also drive farm equipment on private property without a license.
you can drive it in grass without a license, but you need to stay on your on property or on someone else's property WITH PERMISSION! but stay off the roads cause you can get a ticket
If they had your permission to drive, then your insurance company should cover it. They should, however, check with their insurance company and also cover any out of pocket expenses to get it fixed.
If the person driving the vehicle was doing so with the owners permission, IN MOST PLACES, the owner and the owners insurance company are financially responsible and you should be able to sue and get compensation.
The unauthorized driver will be held responsible, unless there's proof that the vehicle owner did grant that person permission to drive.
Why would you need to give someone written permission to drive? You would first have to add the person to your insurance as a driver. Giving them written permission doesn't change this requirement.