Good question! I know when I was in college and high school my parents owned our cars but I always had one at school that I drove.
To make certain you can, call or e-mail your prospective insurers and ask the question. Also, if they say that you would be covered, get it in writing and make sure that you are one of the covered drivers on the policy. Usually a policy will either specify who is covered by name in the policy, or they will cover all persons living in the household so if someone borrows the vehicle they are covered under the owner's policy.
Good luck with your search and compare quotes. It may help save you some money. Don't rely on what you think is covered, get it first hand from the insurance company and get it in writing to protect yourself.
Your motorcycle insurance will not cover theft from your motorcycle. Just the same as with your automobile, the theft is covered by your home or renters insurance.
What are you asking? I do, yes. That's only because I have a motorcycle policy for my motorcycle. You are not covered from an auto policy to drive a motorcycle.
No. It covered under a motorcycle policy.
car insurance does not cover motorcycles
Only if you are a named driver on the policy.
Once you're married, you're legally considered an emancipated adult and would not be covered by your parents' insurance. You would be covered by your spouse's insurance.
I could be wrong, but I would think the motorcycle dealership would have insurance for their vehicles that would have it covered for things like test drives.
This will depend on the kind of health insurance your parents have. Some health insurance may cover pregnancy while others do not. You will need to contact your insurance agent and ask them about your family coverage.You should also have a insurance booklet that states what treatments and doctor visits are covered and what is not covered.
No, your homeowners insurance would not provide coverage for the theft of your motorcycle, regardless of where you parked it. Homeowners insurance only provides coverage for certain ATVs, golf carts, riding lawn mowers but not for a motorcycle nor any vehicle designed to be operated on a public road.That's what your motorcycle insurance policy is for.AnswerThis would depend on the description in the policy for the types of perils that are covered. Broad perils or specific perils. Each carrier can have different definitions of the perils and what they will cover for those perils. In a broad peril form of insurance, a motorcycle would be covered if, and again if, the item was inside the home in storage. The motorcycle would not be covered if in use and out of storage. That is when the motorcycle insurance would need to be in place.I would recommend getting very high limits for bodily injury and property damage when it comes to motorcycle insurance. The reason for it is due to extent of potential injuries to the riders and passengers.
If your motorcycle was a scheduled vehicle on your Insurance Policy then you should be covered. If you were on someone Else's Motorcycle then their insurance policy should cover your medical. If neither coverage is available then you could look to your major medical policy or HMO for medical coverage.
motorcycle insurance only covers the motorcycle
You need motorcycle insurance if you have a motorcycle. The DUI is a ticket.