In a household each person can have there own car insurance. You could also have a family plan.
No. I had a friend who shared the car insurance with me and he used to live in another county.
I sense that this person driving your car without permission is a resident of your household. Without a police report of the theft of your vehicle then the person driving your car, especially if they are a resident of your household and reasonably knew where to find the keys, would have presumptive permission to use the car and your insurance will have to pay.
If you do not own a car or live in a household with a car owner who is related to you, you don't actually need your own insurance as long as the person whose car you are driving has insurance. However, that is only true for the occasional trip in a friend's car. If you regularly use the vehicle you would need to get insured.
Yes, you can have two car insurance policies in the same household but it would probably be cheaper if you just went with one company instead. Most auto insurance companies offer a multiple car discount.
Liability insurance protects a person if he or she gets in an accident and they end up hurting someone or his or her car or property. Many state have a minimum that each person must carry. Limited liability car insurance is where a person is covered in this case, but only for a small amount, for example, $25000.
How often is this person driving the vehicle, do they reside with you in the household? If you answers often and yes - and they are not on the policy, they should be a named driver in order to be covered.
No, insurance does not go up by the color of your car. I've talked to an insurance agent in person about it.
No, the insurance is on the car, not the person.
There are many different companies who sell car insurance in Salem. A person could call each and request a quote and decide on who will provide the cheapest.
Insurance that a person purchases for his\her car, motorbike.
Auto insurance companies will cover all adults in your household on any car that is driven by one or more adult in the household, no matter whose name is on the title. In fact, some insurance companies actually REQUIRE every household adult to be insured on any car for which even one household member seeks coverage.
You don't need to have them on car insurance even if he is in the household, if he is not driving your vehicles.
If they live in the household, yes.
If it is a licensed driver and in your household, then they should be added to your policy.
When a car has been repossessed the person paying the insurance should cancel it.
If you don't have the licence or the insurance, no
if you have gico then no but any other car insurance will yes
If you own a car and buy insurance to cover it, you are covered although the insurance is on the car. You can allow other people to drive the car and they will then be covered even if they don't have insurance.
There are a few places that a person can compare car insurance quotes in the United Kingdom. The best place to start is by checking with each company, such as Progressive, to see what their rates are.
In Texas all drivers living in the household must be listed or excluded.
You insure a car for a person or persons, so that in the event of a accident with that car, insurance can be claimed only if a named driver on the insurance was driving at that time.
It is usually much cheaper to have an individual car insurance plan.
This is another case of where the CLUE system shows someone who gets their mail at your address. This simply gives the insurance company a reason to ask you if this person lives in your household and should they be listed as a driver on your insurance application. If the person never drives your vehicles then you just state this to company in writing and there is no charge for that person on your insurance. You just need to remember that you stated this to the company so then don't lend them your car because they will not be covered.