Not in Texas.
Most dealerships will require insurance before you drive off the lot.
If you want to drive legally you must have a valid drivers license. If you are asking about car insurance you must check with your state and ask what the state minimum for auto insurance is.
Old enough to legally drive is old enough to buy auto insurance. i still a minor you will be required to have your parents countersign the application
It depends on the insurance company. There are some out there where you can get insurance on you to drive any vehicle and be covered, it is normally more expensive that way.
Standard auto insurance generally refers to the basic car insurance one needs in order to legally drive a vehicle. Often, standard insurance is acceptable for most drivers.
You can't legally drive a car in Indiana without auto insurance for any length of time. If by chance you mean how long can you drive a newly purchased vehicle before needing to notify the insurance company that was covering your old vehicle you'll need to read your policy. Policies will vary by company but many companies will give you up to 30 days to notify them of the change in vehicles.
I do not have a particular website to answer your question. I do know, however, that if you drive with no auto insurance it is against the law. Also, if you do get in an accident you are not covered for your injuries. Also, if the accident is your fault, you can get a hefty lawsuit served in your name. Keep shopping for cheaper insurance. Do not drive without auto insurance.
nothing, just illegal to drive with out it.
Don't drive an auto.
Yes, you can. Ask your insurance company for a "broadform" contract. This contract insures you for every car you drive.
You should not drive this vehicle at all on public roads without insurance.
Legally...no. But, for insurance purposes, yes.
It could be, especially if the person with the revoked license is involved in an accident because he cannot legally drive a vehicle and she committed insurance fraud by not telling her insurance company the spouse was in the household.
If you are looking to drive a vehicle home as the winning bidder then the vehicle must be insured. All vehicles must be insured to drive legally on our roads.
re: auto insurance, no; auto insurance is written on the vehicle, not on a person.
If your son has a valid drivers license , he can legally drive your vehicle. But- he will not be covered by your auto insurance policy for any damage incurred while your son was operating the automobile. Therefore You would be liable (out of pocket) for any damages.In some states, he cannot legally drive any vehiclewithout car insurance.
No, Auto Insurance is required to Operate a motor vehicle on public roads, If the College student does not drive, then it is not necessary to have auto insurance nor is it necessary for them to have a drivers license.
If you reside in a state that requires auto insurance then you can't bypass it. The person could drive other people's cars as long as they have a valid license and the owner was agreeable.
You cannot legally be sold auto insurance if you have no car to insure.
That really depends upon the reason why the insurance company did not want to renew the insurance. It is possible that if one company won't insure you, another one might still do so. If you cannot get auto insurance, you cannot legally drive. Move to a big city and use public transportation.
Acceptance Auto Insurance offers cheap non-owner auto insurance in Florida. Non-owner auto insurance is designed for people who only drive occasionally.
You do need to have insurance to actually purchase an auto. You will however need auto insurance to drive the car off of the lot. Insurance is also required prior to registering a vehicle.
Auto insurance is important mainly because if you were to get into a car accident and you did not have insurance, the cost of repairs for both you and the other party may some directly out of your own pocket. Not to mention that is also highly illegal in every state to drive without insurance.