If you have your own. Otherwise it is illegal to drive without insurance...and if you cause an accident and dont have insurance to pay for it you will be in really really big trouble.
Yes, but the parents have to add the new driver to their policy.
The answer: No. Insurance is not cheap to any young driver. Not being on a parents policy can be more expensive as well.
To learn, no. But you need insurance once you become a licensed driver, or you need to be covered under your parents insurance. In most if not all states, it is against the law to drive without insurance.
if you have licence, and you have permission to driver the car, then you can drive the car,but laws change from state to state,so in some countries, insurance is compulsory to drive the car
There are many ways for a high risk driver to find affordable insurance. One way would be to drive safer so that the insurance goes down. Another way would be for them to drive a car in their parents' names to avoid paying their own insurance.
Yes, if you have their permission, are a licensed or permitted driver, and are covered by insurance and the vehicle is properly licensed and working.
It's not usually necessary to declare you as a driver with the learner's permit. That comes when you get your license and can drive indepentently.
Insurance follows the car, not the driver. As long as the car is insured and you have permission from the owner to drive it, you are covered.
In the UK, yes. So long as the driver has insurance.
Sometimes. Sometimes insurance covers whoever is driving a particular car, and sometimes insurance covers a driver no matter whose car they are driving (as long as they have the car owner's permission). You should probably check with your insurance company to be sure, or have your parents call and ask them.
No. Added: Once they receive it they are then a fully licensed driver and legally responsible for their own actions behind the wheel. Insurance companies require that they be added to their parents policy (or get their own).
A person with a restricted license can drive without L-plates, or a supervisor, between 5am and 10pm.
If she does not drive your car, then there is no reason to list her. However, it would probably be wise to list her if you are going to teach her how to drive it.
It can affect: 1. Your insurance premium (for your own vehicle, or your parents vehicle if you are on their policy. 2. Your employers insurance premium (if you drive for work) It will NOT affect: 1. Your friend's premium, unless you are scheduled as a driver on the policy
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.
Yes, you will need insurance to drive with a CDL license.
because they cant drive
nothing. i drive and have a permit but my parents pay the insurance. :D
when you get the insurance you can register your daughter as an autorized driver and the insurance will cover for the damages.
The parents of the first child. Insurance will not cover this because a policy holder has a duty not to let unlicensed driver have their vehicle, whether a minor or not. The first parents are responsible because they knowingly let their child drive without a license and their kid let an unlicensed drunk driver drive their vehicle.
No, your insurance will cover the occasional driver as long as they are licensed
Insurance will cover any licensed driver with permission to borrow the car.
Always remember insurance follows the vehicle and points follow the driver. So if they get points from the ticket it will follow the driver.
Auto insurance typically covers the car, not the driver. So, if you have insurance on your vehicle, but you drive another vehicle that doesn't have insurance, you are not protected by your policy if you have an accident in that other vehicle. However, if you have insurance on your vehicle, and you lend it to a driver (from another household) who does not have his or her own insurance, they will be covered by your policy while they are driving your car.