No, the vehicle would need to be titled in your name for you to be able to register it. Your grandmother could register it in Florida and let you drive it.
No yes. the titled owner should be listed as an aditional insured.
Yes. Most companies will not insure an individual with a boat or any property if there is not a financial interest between the property & the insured. More specifically, it has to be titled and/or registered to the listed insured on the policy.
You may be added to someone else's policy as a driver if you operate their vehicle. You cannot put a vehicle titled in your name on someone elses policy. The vehicle must be insured in the name of the person who owns the policy.
Who had the seizure?
No Try Kentucky
If you purchased the car from a dealership, the dealer collects it from you and pays it. If you purchased the car from a private owner, the county courthouse will collect it from you when you get it tagged and titled.
not if its 50cc or less, but you need a driver's license and the moped needs to be titled, registered, and insured.
A vehicle can be titled without insurance, but must be insured before getting a tag or registration. Exception: If a car still has a lien from a financing company, the car may have to be insured to change owners.
Information on Florida travel can be found on the official Florida state website titled MyFlorida. The website contains information for Florida residents as well as attractions for visitors.
Yes, because the Florida Panther is now titled as an endangered species, hunting them is against the law.