IF you mean a car that is being searched for by the lender, YES. You sure can RISK spending the money one day for ins. and watching it be towed away the next. Its your gamble. If you just want insurance to drive any car, I once read that you can get insurance without a car. Ask an insurance agent.
It is required to have liability car insurance to legally drive in Tennessee.
no no matter what you need license to drive legally
The age in the state where you can legally drive on your own
If you want to drive legally you must have a valid drivers license. If you are asking about car insurance you must check with your state and ask what the state minimum for auto insurance is.
Not in Texas.
No because you cannot legally drive.
No. You cannot legally drive so they would not cover you.
You should not drive this vehicle at all on public roads without insurance.
your only required to have insurance if you are legally licened to drive a car. check with your local DMV and/or highway patrol.
You can't legally drive a car in Indiana without auto insurance for any length of time. If by chance you mean how long can you drive a newly purchased vehicle before needing to notify the insurance company that was covering your old vehicle you'll need to read your policy. Policies will vary by company but many companies will give you up to 30 days to notify them of the change in vehicles.
No, but you can book an MOT test for it and you are then legally entitled to drive it to the MOT testing station, provided that you are insured. Once it has been tested you can then legally drive it home from the MOT testing station, providing it has not been deemed to be "unsafe to drive."
Most dealerships will require insurance before you drive off the lot.
The terms of most auto leases require that you maintain insurance. Failing to do so is typically cause for termination of the lease. If you can't afford insurance, you can't afford to drive.
In most situations, the insurance follows the vehicle, therefore, if you don't have a vehicle you would not have a need to have insurance. You still have the responsibility to make sure that any vehicle that you do drive is insured. If you borrow someone's car and drive it, you have the care, custody, and control of the vehicle and you are legally responsible to make sure it has the legally required coverage. If you drive an uninsured vehicle, you will be ticketed.
Standard auto insurance generally refers to the basic car insurance one needs in order to legally drive a vehicle. Often, standard insurance is acceptable for most drivers.
You cannot get car insurance if you do not have a license because you cannot legally drive.
No you do not get a discount on car insurance if you have a CDL. This license just allows you to legally drive certain vehicles.
Not legally. You need a valid driver's license and insurance.
Depending on where you live, most insurance companies offer car insurance for people of all ages from the time they are legally able to drive, until the time they are too old to drive. Some examples of insurance companies are Jevco and Wawanesa.
you are legally aloud to ride a 75cc or less motped/scooter on the road but you have to pass a cbt test and then get insurance and tax
It depends on your local law, but generally speaking you get a temporary registration from the dealer. You will probably have to show proof of insurance to get your permanent registration. If you already have insurance, usually your new car will be automatically be covered for some short period of time under your existing policy, provided you notify your insurance company first.
In most states he will have to be added as a driver on your insurance if you want him to be able to legally drive your car. Check with your insurance carrier for state specific details.
no, but then you cannot drive the car if she cancels the insurance. you would drive w/o insurance, would you? that would be stupid.
Old enough to legally drive is old enough to buy auto insurance. i still a minor you will be required to have your parents countersign the application