You can obtain your own auto insurance or you can be covered under someone else's policy such as your parents or the vehicle owners policy, but you must have coverage. If you are a minor and want your own policy, due to the limitations of contract law your parent or legal guardian will need to countersign your insurance application for it to be legally binding.
A Drivers Permit comes with all the responsibilities of anyone licensed or not who operates a motor vehicle on public roads, including our financial responsibility. No state provides exemption from Financial Responsibility Laws for minors or permitted drivers.
how do i get car insurance with just my learners permit?
I know just progressive , maybe there other ones
no. because as long as the parents has insurance they are fine. And this is only if the parent adds them on their insurance.
You can but it will be expensive on Insurance
This varies by state law. Ask your insurance company.
Any Insurance Company authorized in your state may write an Auto Insurance Policy for a driver with a learners permit. Some simply choose not to do so because they will consider a new driver high risk. Just call around or search online until you find one who will accept the risk.
No you don't i just talked to my drivers' ed teacher and he said that you don't need to have insurance for just a learners permit. You only needed when you get your full licences
It depends on the insurance companies rules.
Yes, You can it is just saying you got your learners permit in Colarado
There is no difference in a learners permit and a permit. People just say permit because it is shorter than saying learners permit.A permit or learners permit lets you drive with an adult of 21 or over with a valid license.A drivers license lets you drive by yourself without the adult.
Yes you can since a drivers permit is proof of permission to drive an automobile. You can obtain your own insurance or be covered under someone elses just as long as you have coverage. A drivers permit comes with all the responsibilities of anyone who operates a motor vehicle including finacial responsibilities so it's required that you be covered even under a permit.
No, you cannot legally drive a car even by yourself with a learners permit. A learners permit is just to show that some one is teaching you how to drive therefore you really aren't experienced driver yet. You must be 18 to have your own car insurance also. So therefore you *COULD NOT* buy a car from a dealer.Another View: There is nothing in the law that states that you must hold a valid drivers license in order to purchase a vehicle - and you do NOT need insurance in order to buy it. You only need to have it insured if the vehicle is being operated on the public roads.The question of whether you can buy insurance or not is up to the individual insurance company. If you pay them the premium I'm sure they'll be glad to insure the car.JUST REMEMBER - you CANNOT drive the vehicle legally if you are not fully licensed or in conformance with your learners permit.