Can someone else license and insure a car you own?
YES - registration and insurance are separate from ownership.
I have known people to buy vehicle without a driver's license, but I don't believe you can insure it. You probably could get storage insurance, or maybe insure it with someone else as a primary driver. But most likely the insurance will have to be purchased by someone else. im an auto insurance agent.... in some states, you may insure your car even if you dont have a valid driver license. you may also buy…
If you own two homes in different states and keep a car at each home in which state do you license and insure the cars?
Pretty much all insurance companies will offer car insurances, and that includes insurances to young drivers. As long as you have a driver's license, someone will insure you. Usually the bigger problem, is finding someone who will insure a young person for a reasonable price. There are some informative websites one could look at, such as: Car Insurance Rates, eSurance, State Farm and Progressive.
You CAN register a car owned by someone else in some states, but doing so can lead to many problems if the driver gets into trouble and you are registered to the car. Insuring a car you do not own can also lead to problems but many more people do it. (e.g., if your dad is lending you his car and he says that you have to insure it.)
The law requires insurance if you drive the car on public roads. It has nothing to do with your drivers license. Your driver license allows you to drive your car. Someone else can drive your car when your license is suspended with your permission. The laws vary from state to state and country to country so you need to know what your local laws are.
If you are the owner of a car can it be registered to someone else in one state but insured by you in another state or can the registrant insure it in a different state?
The owner of the car has to register the vehicle. The person on the registration must insure the vehicle, or be listed to drive that vehicle on a family policy. That example sounds close to insurance fraud so please correct the situation. Sell the car to the other person and they have to insure it. Actually it is 100% legal for a person to insure a vehicle registered in someone elses name so long as…
"To own a car you need a license, thus, you need one to insure a car. They check your DMV driving record when you get insurance plus they count how many years driving as part of the method to determine insurance cost." Is the first sentence accurate? I am disabled and don't drive, but have an attendant drive me. Can I legally own a car, and have an attendant included on the vehicle insurance?