Can you have a car loan in your name and someone else carry the insurance on the car in the state of New Jersey?
You cannot insure a vehicle that you do not own. I have had to say this about fifty times in answering questions and it does not change. If you do not have an insurable interest (own or co-own) the vehicle then you cannot insure it. The policy must be in the name of the person who owns the vehicle and all household members and other possible drivers must be listed as drivers on the policy. The only exception to the owner being the insured is when the two are husband and wife. For instance if the policy is in the husbands name and the care is in the wife's name that is alright. I always list the named insured on the policy as both spouses so that either one can make changes on the policy, add or delete vehicles, sign any documents needed, etc.
One can compare insurance providers in New Jersey on the State of New Jersey website. The Department of Banking & Insurance on the State of New Jersey website lists the licensed insurance providers for that state. Read More
No you can have your insurance card in your car or wallet in the state of new jersey. please vist njquoteme.com for a free quote or more faq's. Read More
Yes, NJ will place two points against your license for an out of state ticket. Your insurance company will usually raise your rates. Read More
Car insurance can be purchased in New Jersey from the following insurance agencies: State Farm, Geico, Liberty Mutual, MetLife, Progressive, or 21st Century Auto. Read More
If you are in the process of moving within the state, you will be allowed to keep your auto insurance. While you can keep the same insurance policy within the state you will be required to change your address which can affect your rates depending on the claims reported in your zip code. If you are moving out of state, you will be required to change insurance to a policy that is rated in the… Read More
If you only carry liability insurance, that is all that the insurance company is liable for in this state. Read More
If you carry an SR22 (proof of financial responsibility) on your auto insurance policy, the SR26 is notification sent by your insurance company to the state to let the state know your insurance policy has canceled. Read More
Someone can apply for physical disability insurance through a state agency by going to the SSA website. If the person meets the application's requirements, they can get insurance. Read More
Each state has its own requirements for minimum limits of insurance applying to different types of insurance. You can contact the Department of Insurance (or do a search online) in your state and ask for someone who can answer your question as regards any state requirement for motorcycle insurance. It is usually a good idea to carry at least liability insurance on your motorcycle in case you have an accident injuring another person (considering the… Read More
The statute of limitation on insurance fraud in the state of New Jersey is 6 years. It is covered under N.J. Stat. paragraph 2A:14-1. Read More
The number one requirement for someone to be able to sell life insurance is an "Insurance License". The requirements for obtaining a license varies from state-to-state but passing an exam is always a requirement. Read More
If a friend without a license hits someone in a parking lot while pulling your truck out of the way will your full coverage insurance pay for it?
Yes if you vehicle is insured in New Jersey, every state has different insurance laws, but to my knowledge the Eastern US states,MA, PA and New York, usually work in a similar way in that your insurance will pay for the other party that the unlicensed driver hit if you have insurance for the vehicle, it does not have to be full coverage, your liability portion on your policy will cover the damage to the… Read More
Do you need auto insurance while driving a car you just repossessed are there any penal codes that state that you don't or do?
State laws vary, but generally any driver is required by state statute to have auto insurance and to carry proof of such insurance. Read More
Check with the Dept of Insurance in your state or the National Association of Insurance Commissioners website (naic.org/state_web_map.htm) for links to the state officials you are looking for Read More
Insurance Law Laws vary state to state. In most states, you are required to carry insurance that satisfy the minimum financial responsibility requirements for that state. For information on insurance law in general, check your state's department of insurance website. Requirements for auto insurance in particular are available through the State's Department of Motor Vehicles. Read More
One can buy auto insurance in New Jersey at the Esurance website. They offer auto insurance in New Jersey, which means they have mastered the slightly complex ins and outs for drivers in the Garden State. New Jersey drivers are required to choose between two types of auto insurance policies, basic and standard. Read More
The state of New Jersey as most of the eastern coast has enjoyed steady state-average insurance company premiums which boasts reliability. Some examples of these insurance companies are: Allstate, 21st Century Group and Chubb Insurance. Read More
Can I carry the insurance on a car that is financed in my spouses name if he is no longer able to drive?
You should check with your insurance agent how you should carry the insurance on a car not financed in your name. Each of the 50 states in the United States has its own insurance regulations. Each state requires its agents to know the insurance regulations. Read More
Some mobile home insurance companies are American Family Insurance, Progressive and All State. Farmers Insurance and State Farm Insurance also offer insurance for mobile homes. Read More
SBLI life insurance can be obtained in the State of New York and is governed by the State of New York. Insurance is also available in California, New Mexico, North Dakota, Vermont and New Jersey. Read More
"On Jersey Shore" is not an idiom -- it's a description of where someone lives. They are on the shore or coast of the state of New Jersey. Read More
"This will depend on your state and the laws that are in effect. You would be able to contact any State Farm agent for the details, but you must be a licensed driver to carry auto insurance." Read More
Of course you can but it is illegal to do so. Every state has a minimum amount of insurance you must carry on any vehicle you drive. Read More
Do you need to carry auto insurance on your 18 year old if he has his own policy on his own vehicle in the state of NC?
Generally an 18 year old is an adult and it his their responsibility to carry insurance on his own vehicle. Read More
No, there is currently no law anywhere in the United States I am aware of nor any state therein that requires doctors, attorneys or dentists to carry malpractice insurance. It is totally up to the that professional whether or not to carry malpractice insurance and what limits they may or may not desire to carry. Read More
NJ Family Care is a great place to go for specialized New Jersey health insurance. There are other websites, such as E Health Insurance, where you can search for your city or state for insurance offers. Read More
Glock 31 .357 sig pistol is the current sidearm of the NJ State Police. Read More
This law can change from state to state. It is best to check with your state's laws to see if you would be ticketed for driving someone else's car that has no insurance. Read More
That all depends on the details and the rules in your state. Read More
Contact the office of the insurance commission for your state. They will have a fraud department. Read More
State rental insurance is optional as far as state laws are concerned. But many landlords insist that you carry Renter's Insurance for the protection of the unit and to benefit the apartment complex if intentional or accidental damage occurs to the unit. Read More
Can a sibling living in the same state as another sibling carry that sibling under their auto insurance policy?
You can carry anyone on your policy if the vehicle is in your name. Read More
Liability insurance protects a person if he or she gets in an accident and they end up hurting someone or his or her car or property. Many state have a minimum that each person must carry. Limited liability car insurance is where a person is covered in this case, but only for a small amount, for example, $25000. Read More
Someone can find information about auto insurance in WA by going to the WA website. The website has a section that allows people to learn about auto insurance in the state. Read More
There are many insurance companies that could offer someone a good deal on SR22 auto insurance. Some insurance companies include All State, State Farm, and Progressive. Read More
You can enter a search on Yahoo or google for Insurance Company Codes and your state. I entered a search for New York and New Jersey and Was able to get the name of the insurance companies I was looking for. Hope this helps. Read More
Yes you would be required to carry a contractors license and the state would require to carry liability insurance and a bond. Read More
You have to carry it as long as the state requires it. It just depends on the severity of the offense and the amount of time the court decides to impose. Read More
A nonresident insurance license is a license to solicit, quote, negotiate or write insurance in a state outside of your resident state. You must carry a resident license in your home state prior to obtaining a nonresident license in any other state. Fees and requirements vary from state to state and depend upon the lines of authority requested on the application. Read More
Does obtaining a firearms id card and handgun permit or by purchasing firearms in the state of New Jersey increase the individuals insurance?
No. Read More
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Inexpensive auto insurance in New Jersey can be found at State farm, Progressive, The General, Liberty Mutual, Allstate, Mercury Insurance, Geico and Plymouth Rock Insurance. You can also use auto insurance comparison websites like Insurox where you can compare Norfolk & Dedham, Progressive, Travelers, Mercury & Plymouth Rock side by side. Read More
Someone can find more information about life insurance from a number of companies such as All State Insurance, Geico Insurance, RBC Insurance, and TD Canada Trust Insurance. Read More
If the vehicle is being stored away and not driven then you don't need to carry insurance. But it might be a good idea to carry just theft and fire if the vehicle is worth anything. You should also check with your individual state regulations just to be sure. Read More
This answer is NOT scientific, but the policies I see I would say the vast majority (unfortunately in my state) carry the state required minimums. Read More
Do you need to carry full coverage auto insurance if your car is paid off and has no trade-in value?
You only need the minimum liability insurance, what the state requires. Read More
Depends on the state. In Massachusetts, the landlord is required to carry insurance to cover $750 in the event of a fire. Read More