Can you insure a college student on an auto policy only during the time he is at home?
Not sure about that, more than likely though, contact your agent or the policy services dept of your insurance company.
Inexpensive car insurance for a college student can be found by having the student's insurance on the parent's policy. Some states allow for the parent to have a college student on their insurance until they graduate. Read More
I honestly have no idea, but that is so sweet of you to insure you stepdaughter on your healthcare policy. Read More
You can insure the car if you list those drivers on the policy. Read More
You can insure a Baldwin Organ if it holds value to your home in your home insurance policy. You have to make sure that the policy covers not only that, but other valuables within your home. Read More
Your insurance policy will insure you in case of a physical loss, such as a theft or a fire. Read More
Can a college student buy and register a car in the state where she is attending college and still remain on the parent's policy from another state?
Yes, The insurance of a vehicle has no bearing on where the car is purchase or register. Read More
No. You can't insure a vehicle that you do not own. You must have an insurable interest in a vehicle in order to insure it. Read More
Yes you can. Read More
No. You cannot insure a vehicle that you do not own. The exception would be in a family situation where two spouses own two vehicles and insure them on one policy. Read More
ensure is to make sure or guarantee something. insure is to to issue or procure an insurance policy on or for something Read More
Can a married child who is also a full time college student remain on the parents policy in California?
It doesn't really matter if the person is a child or married. You can always add an additional driver on your policy. That, of course, will cost you. Read More
If he is a member of your household or if he drives your vehicle then yes he must be added to your insurance policy. A member of your household includes students away at college. A student at college does not count as not living with you because their residence is still your house. Read More
Most colleges/universities will have a set deadline for when students must apply. And some will have a few set deadlines: Early Action/Early Decision and Regular Decision. And that means that all applicants MUST submit their apps by a specific day and time. For schools that offer Rolling Admissions, rather than having all applicants submit on the same day, they open up their application period for an extended period of time. Applicants can submit their applications… Read More
Yes. Read More
Harry Hyatt Lunn has written: 'The student's role in college policy-making; a report prepared for the Commission on Student Personnel of the American Council on Education' -- subject(s): Student government Read More
Most insurance companies will insure a person with diabetes as long is it is disclosed at the time the policy is purchased. Some companies that offer this type of policy are BMO Guaranteed Life, Insure Direct, and Hunter Gregory. Read More
Can you insure a new car that is titled in your name under your girlfriend's policy if you live together?
You may be able to declare that you are common law married and as long as both of you are listed as named insureds on the policy you can insure vehicles just as if you had said your I do's for real. Read More
If a college student moves out of state for school and owns a car with his own policy must he get a policy in the new state or can he keep his policy?
The policy that the person already has will stay in effect. They must however notify the insurance carrier of the circumstances. In which case, the premiums might increase, depending on amount of use, milage driven, etc. Read More
No. Added: If it is an automobile policy or a 'blanket' policy that you intend to insure it with, yes, it will have to be listed. If the policy you refer to covers ONLY your vehicle, and no other, then no. Read More
Yes, it's called a Named Non Owner Policy. Read More
A homeowners insurance policy will cover the interests of the named insured on the policy. It does not matter if the insured is a student or not. Read More
you will have to purchase an ''event policy'', contact an agent that sells for many companies Read More
a "inland marine" policy is what you are looking for. Read More
No. By law only 1 policy is allowed per vehicle. Read More
Yes, unfortunately. The "hands off policy" is between student and student. Read More
Keep the Kid on your policy for now I am an agent in Texas and I insure 50 year old babies on 70 year old momies policies. What we look for is place of residency. If they live together, or at least share the same mailing address, then we can insure them together. One of the problems I get upset about with insurance companies is they will insure a 21 year old "kid" for $200… Read More
You cannot insure my car. You can insure YOUR car. While you can purchsae more than one insurance policy, you will only be paid for the actual loss you have. If you have $1000 in damage, each would pay $500. Minus each company's deductible. It says that in your policy. Read More
To give you a basic answer, the insurance company will only insure a vehicle if the listed owner is on the policy. Mark Read More
Yes, you can. Until recently, there were only a small number of companies that offer multi-car policies, though that list has grown rapidly and now most of the large insurance companies offer them.The benefit of multi-car policies is that they offer a noticeable discount when you insure two or more cars under the same policy. As well as the discount offered, there is the convenience of not having to chase several policies, as the policy… Read More
No, you can not. In order to obtain insurance policy, you need to be in possession of a valid driver's license. Read More
Yes, except in very few instances, where a fleet policy is issued, each vehicle needs it's own policy. Read More
Is there a company who will insure a person's property who owns exotic animals like a bear and cougar?
I have not found insurance unless you get a homeowners and policy on the exotics seperately. And show proof you have a policy on the exotic animals, no company will insure you! It can cost thousands of dollars a year! It is ridiculous that people haveto go through this! Read More
Most medical policies require that an adult dependant (over 18 years old) can only remain on the parents' policy if they are a full-time student under a certain age (specified by the policy, perhaps 21 or 25). Proof of student status may only be required once a year, at time of renewal. Therefore, the ex-student may have some time before their coverage lapses. Read More
You can buy insurance on whether or not it will rain tomorrow. This is just to show that you can insure anything. Now for your question. I'm not sure I completely understand it. You cannot insure something that you don't own so if you mean can you insure a home that you are paying rent to live in then no. You can purchase a homeowners policy to insure your contents inside the home as well… Read More
Owner's Title Policy is good for as long as you own the property. Lender Title Policy is good for the life of the loan. Construction Title Policy is good during the construction period of the property through completion and typically only issued to the Builder during construction time. Therefore, if you bought a property, held it for 30 days and sold it, the Owner's Policy would insure you during that period and if there was… Read More
You can insure up to four drivers on your policy. Any driver who is not specifically listed under the policy document, but insured under an 'any driver' agreement, is simply referred to as an 'unnamed driver'. If you wish to insure specific unnamed drivers, you can expect your premium to increase. Read More
Yes. You can add and have an obligation to add anyone who drives your vehicles. This does not mean that you can add their vehicles onto your policy. You cannot insure a vehicle that you do not own. Read More
If and only if you live in his household and are a member of the immediate family. If you are an adult over 21 it is usually best for you to have your own policy. If you live in the same household then you both have to be listed on each others policy. Read More
As the influence and power of the US grew the American people and their leaders undertook a policy to insure the?
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Can you insure a friend's vehicle so he can register it for plates if you will be the primary driver?
NO. The insurance policy has to be in the name of the titled owner. Read More
Not only can, but you should. The Insurance policy does not follow the driver, it follows the car. Read More
When does medical insurance stop for a child insured by the non-custodial parent's coverage if the child is 18 but a full time college student?
as long as your child continues to be a full time student, then they are covered until they graduate. That may not be the case. Most insurance will cover a student to age 21 - 25. So if the student wants to pursue a doctorate that will take them past their cutoff date then they will be terminated. It depends on the policy. Read More
If you don't own a car and do not have access to a vehicle that your drive on a regular basis, (meaning you are an occasional driver) you can get a "Non owners policy" ask your agent about it. Read More
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Yes, It is usually cheaper to have 2 vehicles on the same policy but there may be some cases where you need to have them separated. Some companies will not insure classic cars correctly, recreational vehicles. or motorcycles so they would need a separate policy for a separate company. Read More
You can not insure a vehicle for more than its value so more than one insurance policy would be a waste of money. Read More
Yes, one person can obtain a life insurance policy on another as long as the policy owner has an insurable, financial interest in the life of the insured. Read More
Yes, you can even insure her. It will need to be a non-standard auto policy. Read More