It can be a pain in the Butt but yes you can purchase and Insure a car without a Drivers Licence. For the insurance you will have to have a person or persons to drive it.
some insurance company will let you but they will require a licence number of the person you are allowing to drive the car
If you don't have the licence or the insurance, no
For auto insurance? If you're driving without a licence, you'd be violating your insurance policy, and any claim you file would most likely be denied.
Simply advise your insurers you no longer wish to proceed with your claim.
if you can prove it wasnt your fault then the other person is liable for your car... but there is no way of getting out of being in trouble for driving without a licence and insurance
To drive a car on a provisional licence in the UK, you must have:insuranceL platesMOTTaxSupervision from a person who is over 21, has held their driving licence for three or more years and is sober and awake
You can purchase a non-owner policy which is used occasionally if a person is required by the state to carry valid insurance in order to keep your license.
If the person is legally an adult then no, they should have known better then to drive without a licence. Person does not need a licence for you to sell them a car.
A disadvantage of having insurance for medical reasons means that it has to be paid, no matter what. If a person is never sick, this can be a hardship, and the money seems wasted. Having auto insurance, though is just the opposite. Auto insurance is necessary to protect the person from other drivers and their mistakes.
This is a two part answer because of two possibilities. No, because of the chances that one could forget their driver's license is actually good, they could still own and have insurance on the car being driven. Yes, because for one to have insurance on a car you must first obtain your driver's license. For that reason they would also be guilty.
You must generally complete the required insurance licence course in the state you are resident, and of course pass the test.
re: auto insurance, no; auto insurance is written on the vehicle, not on a person.
Having insurance in general is important; auto insurance especially. Not only is it illegal to drive without auto insurance, but if a person were to get into a car accident, he/she would have to exchange insurance information with the other person involved in the accident. A hefty fine can follow if he/she does not have insurance. The insurance will pay for the damages done so that he/she does not have to pay out of pocket. The same goes for homeowners' insurance. If damages are done to a person's house, then the insurance will pay for the damages. Overall, it doesn't matter if it is 21st Century Insurance or another insurance company. Insurance is very important to have.
California is a mandatory insurance state. Under California tort law you would be able to be sued for not having insurance as mandated by law.
Having 15 stitches on the ring finger can be costly. Each hospital will charge a different amount. If a person does not have insurance, the hospital will work with them on the bill.
Yes, you are responsible regardless whether the other party has insurance or not.You should recover compensation, but in the UK driving without motor insurance is a criminal offence so you could be prosecuted by the authorities. Also - the mechanics of the collision are important. For example - drivers without insurance quite often have no driving licence: if the accident was contributed in part by inexperience of the person with no licence compensation could amounts could be reduced by a percentage. See the related link entitled "car driver injury claims" to see when car drivers can recover compensation.
Cashless Hospitalization is a facility using which a person who holds a health insurance policy can get admitted in a hospital and get himself treated without having to pay for all the medical expenses. There are a few things that the insurance does not cover, which the person would have to pay for, but otherwise the insurance company will pay for the rest of the expenses. Convenient, Right???
actually no you cant because you wont be trusted by the governor to drive without a licence
You would have to ask every person in the world