This can probably vary from state to state. I was able to add a car registered in my bosses name on my insurance, but he had to listed as another driver. Sometimes the registered person will have to be added to your insurance policy. It may also vary by insurance carrier. your best solution is to call your insurance company and ask them their policy on this or when callin to get insurance quotes - ask.
General principle of insurance is that you can't insure something in which you don't have an interest.
Yes you can.
Most insurance companies will not, they require you to have an "insurable interest" in the vehicle.
The owner of the car has to register the vehicle. The person on the registration must insure the vehicle, or be listed to drive that vehicle on a family policy. That example sounds close to insurance fraud so please correct the situation. Sell the car to the other person and they have to insure it. Actually it is 100% legal for a person to insure a vehicle registered in someone elses name so long as nothing illegal is going on...it can be the parents etc.....
A title cannot be changed without the owner of the vehicle signing off on the seller line. A title can be transferred and a vehicle registered by a person other than the registered owner in most states.
If your name is on the title
No. Whoever's name is on the title is going to be on the registration and insurance also. You can pay for the car and title it in somebody elses name, but at that point you've given them a free car, because you have no legal rights to the vehicle at all.
Not without some paperwork showing that you are leasing the vehicle or something like that. Also, it will be very hard to get insurance on the vehicle. If it were easy, I would probably want to register, drive and insure Jeff Gordon's car. See what I mean.
That person is the one that has to set up the insurance because they will be the one legally responsible for it and if you still drive the vehicle, you will have to be added as a driver. Since you are the owner of the vehicle, you would also have a legal responsibility if an accident occurs.
No. Absolutely not. You cannot insure a vehicle that you do not own. The only exemption of this is if the owner and insured are married and live together or a dependent child living at home. Most companies want an adult child to have their own insurance policy even if they live with you. Call your agent and ask to be sure.
"YOU" dont, the debtor does. call the lender.
It is never recommended to have someone elses using your vehicle on daily basis under your name. save yourself some trouble.
The answer to your question is no,unless your driving someone elses car at anytime,then you must be insured for that vehicle and that vehicle only..
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.
You home owners liability insurance should cover it.
Yes. You cannot insure anything that you do not own. If you do it is material misrepresentation, voids the contract, and could lead to criminal charges of insurance fraud. The biggest problem is that no payment can be made on the claim because you do not own the vehicle and the true owner cannot be paid because they do not have a contract with the insurance company. You will have to pay the entire claim out of your pocket including for any injuries and property damage to the third party who you hit (if it is your fault).AnswerIf you are to drive someone elses vehicle and you are not named on their policy or not covered to drive the vehiicle on your own vehicle policy, then you must purchase insurance to drive that vehicle.
Walking a mile in someone elses shoes.
you hav to download a password finder to be someone elses penguin or such as hacking
This is not a state specific question. If you are given permission, then you are covered. Note: you can only drive a rental vehicle if your name is on the rental agreement.
You can't drive any class of vehicle that way. If you don't have the licence, or else a permit and an appropriately licenced driver with you, you can't drive it.
take someone elses ;)
Insuring someone elses carYes, Someone else can insure it for driving purposes, However you may have trouble renewing a vehicle annual registration if your jurisdiction requires the registered owner be on the policy.It's usually best to name yourself as well as the owner as covered drivers though. Protect your interests as well as the owners interest in the vehicle you've been given access.When done the right way, you'll have no problem with registration and inspection, you also have full disclosure with your insurer. Failure to disclose could void your policy so honesty is always the best policy.Your Agent can advise you of appropriate coverage for your driving situation and habits.Happy MotoringInsurance on Another persons Car?Yes, You can Insure the property of another person. So Long as you have authorization to do so and the owner is benefited, or an other insurable interest in that property exists.An example would be a case where dad says " OK, you can use my spare car but you gotta get your own coverage".If You have permissive use from the owner of a vehicle, then obviously you have an insurable interest. However, Only the Legal owner of the Property or the designated agent of the owner can receive compensation for the property in the event of a covered property loss.If you are insuring for liability only then this is not an issue. If you buy full property coverage, Then Dad will be proud and happy you were prudent enough to fully insure his and your interest in the vehicle he loaned you.List all drivers for liability purposes and list dad for property and liability interest.Another example would be almost every time we Rent A Car. When we purchase the daily insurance with the rental car we insure our liabilities in the use of Someone Else's Vehicle.You can not insure the property of another when no insurable interest exists. It would be unlawful to insure the property or life of another where the intent is to gain unduly from another persons loss.
This depends on the state. For example in PA if you have a vehicle registered but do not insure it, then your medical claim will be denied. In FL your insurance covers your injures regardless of fault and regardless of the car your in. If you are injured as a passenger in some one elses car your injuries are only covered by the owners insurance if you do not own a vehicle.