yes. anyone can drive your car with your permission.
if u hav permission from ther parents if u hav permission from ther parents
If your parents put your name on their car insurance, that is you as a named drived you will be able to drive their car. This is often a cheaper way of insuring you to drive a car than having you as the person that takes out the car insurance. You will not be covered to drive other cars however. Their are some insurance companies now aimed at insuring young drivers which is something that you could look into.
This question is extremely confusing. If the parents buy themselves a car, the parents name will be on their registration and title. If the parents lease a car for their son, the son's name will not be on the title. The company that leases the car will retain title and will take the depreciation in order to receive the depreciation under Federal Income Tax Law. How the registration reads will vary according to state law. However, there will be some type of legal document showing the son is entitled to drive the car legally.
No, the child needs to drive the other car. No, the child needs to drive the other car.
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
something that was her parents old car.
Yes, but the parents have to add the new driver to their policy.
As long as he will not drive the car or have any other need for you to insure him, yes drop him.
at least 16 or when you get you permit when you get your permit you can not drive with anyone but your parents.
a go cart or a clown car
Yes, you should have no problem getting a vehicle insured for your son. Presumably Dad owns the car but the son is the primary driver and Dad doesn't drive. This is not an uncommon situation.
NO, that would be against the law.
They are insured as passengers they are not insured to drive it
You don't. WHo said you needed to?
If you have a valid drivers license and permission to drive the car, then yes, you can drive the car as long as the owner of the car has insurance on it. Unless the person is part of the household and has been deemed a non-covered driver by the car owner's insurance company. Let's say father has insurance on car. Son live's in house, however has been revoked or has a horrible driving record. Son has permission by father to go to store. Gets in a wreck, doing injury and insurance company had son named as not a covered driver. No coverage then.
I wouldn't worry about your friend and his insurance, but your own. If you are a minor your parents owe for damages that your friend did to the other car. If you allowed him to drive the car without your parents permission that is a problem too. That was not smart allowing someone to drive your car.
Yes, you can still drive it as long as you have your license.
No u and ur parents will get in trouble and ur car will get impounded
The son of your parents is your brother.
If he ever drives it he legally has to be insured. If he never sets foot behind the wheel, he does not.