No. Insurance cannot be obtained on property which the policy holder has no vested interest or ability to control.
No. You can only insure a vehicle which is in YOUR name.
Most insurance companies will not, they require you to have an "insurable interest" in the vehicle.
You absolutely can insure someone elses car. Generally though you dont really have to. Most descent insure companies that insure the owner of the vehicle will cover anyone the owner allows to drive the car as long as that person does not reside in the same household and has a valid drivers license. Now if you live in the same house with the persons whos car you want to drive, then you will need your own insurance on the car.
If the car if financed, the lender will require you to insure it. If you own the car, and don't drive it, you are not required to have insurance.
You must have a financial (insurable) interest in a car in order to insure it. It works the same way with home insurance. You must own the home in order to insure it. Thus, whoever owns the car and has the title is the only person who can insure it.
No, the insurance has to be on your car not someone elses.
yes you can but if you wreck and they have insurance their car will be ok but your screwed
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.....
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.
It's usually the same punishment as if they were driving their own car.
That is something that you really have tio ask someone about. We can't answer that and the amount varies from person to person anyway.
You can, should, and are legally required to register a financed car.
how much is it to change car titile name
um... yeah if your on your parents insurance....... i think
Click on someone elses car and select challenge, Then you will Race that person, But that's the only way you get to drive it.
You should get car insurance when you have your drivers license and you are regularly driving a car. With you license it is legal to drive someone else's car on a rare occasion as long as they have insurance, you will be covered. This however cannot be habit, and must not be part of a regular routine (borrowing the car every Thursday) So if you own a car, have your drivers license, or regularly drive someone elses car, you should have insurance or be put as an occasional driver on someone elses car.
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!!! I think that's illegal unless you have that person with you.
Registration, license plate number and title right?
Yes, as long as the owner signs the insurance papers.
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..
Is the loan or the registration in someone elses name??If loan is someone elses name their credit takes the hit there is nothing you can do.If the registration is in someone elses name then they are fine.Hope this helps.
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.
In most areas someone (purchaser/seller) has to sign the ownership to complete the sale