I doubt it,I would make sure your insurance company knows that the vehicle is titled in the business name, and that the business is the owner of the vehicle.
For a car to be covered, the policy must be issued in the name of the titled owner of the vehicle. No one else has an insurable interest in the vehicle.
Oil fill cap. If you do not know where to add oil, then you have no business under the hood of this vehicle.
In most states it's not legal. The vehicle must be insured by the owner.
Not really enough information to answer the question. What was your age when you 'bought' the car? What is your age now? If under legal age - are you legally emancipated? Whose name was the vehicle titled in? Who was the vehicle registered to by the DMV? (????)
The answer to this question is easy and is NO. You cannot insure a vehicle that you do not own. This is very important. If you did this and totaled the vehicle, the insurance cannot pay you for the damages because you do not own the vehicle and they cannot pay your Uncle because he does not have a contract of insurance with the insurance company.
If you are asking about obtaining a business vehicle loan then the answer is simple. You need to establish business credit to apply under. To build business credit start your research by googling and pick out a company that can help you with that.
One should get commercial vehicle insurance if they have a business with a fleet of cars, SUVs, trucks or vans. They can all be insured under one commercial vehicle insurance and be covered in case of accidents or damage.
This can be a complicated question. Your boyfriend can and should be listed on your policy as a driver if he lives with you or if he drives your vehicle even just sometimes. A vehicle titled to him cannot be added to your insurance policy under any circumstances and this is because you cannot insure a vehicle you do not own. Even if you live together you must still have separate insurance policies if you each own your own vehicle. If you live together or drive each others vehicle each of you should still be listed as drivers on the others policy.
Only if the vehicle is covered under warranty.Only if the vehicle is covered under warranty.
I would guess when he works on a farm operating farm equipment. Especially if it is a family business
No you can not be in a home, business , or vehicle with a fire ARM and under new federal law a muzzle loader is a fire ARM