no unless you pay a fee to get it across the border and some other fee to
Yes you can have liability coverage to insure you while driving an auto you do not own.
Wouldn't be a simple thing to do. The problem is that the car would have to be registered, and the person registering it would have to hold a drivers license in the state they're registering it in, and, in order to be eligible to get a drivers license here, they'd have to establish themselves as a resident of that state (in which case, they'd have to become a resident of the US, at which point, they cease to be a tourist).
Well you have to be 16 or over to have a drivers license. At 18 you can purchase and insure your car, so basically 18.
you can insure a car with no license
You can insure the car if you list those drivers on the policy.
No. You must have a valid driver's license to insure your car.
Most insurance companies require that you have an insurable interest in order to be able to insure something such as a car. Some companies require that your name appear on the title or registration in order to be able to purchase an auto policy in your name.
"That depends on the make, model, and year of your vehicle. IT also depends on how much coverage you want to purchase, and the condition of the car when you insure it."
If you insure it in the name of the person who owns the car, yes.
Yes, some companies will insure your car without registration.
The bare minimum to insure a car is $500
Yes we can insure a car with tmp registration details .
An you insure your car with a learners permit in NYC
In order to insure a car you must have a vaild drivers license for the state you are insuring your car in.
In most states it is legally required that you have insurance on the vehicle before driving it off the lot.
Any insurance company that offers car insurance can insure a muscle car. There are many websites that can be used to compare prices including progressive and geico.
In my opinion I don't think you can insure a car with out a license because it is the law in most states.
DoType your answer here... do you need a drivers license to insure car?
If the insurance company will insure the car, there's no law against it. However, it won't be covered if YOU drive it with a 'dead' license.
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.
Yes, you can pretty much insure any car if you can afford it.
No. You can only insure a vehicle which is in YOUR name.
A general rule of thumb is to insure your car in the state it is registered in.