Yes, you can put classic car insurance on the car. Hagerty is the best classic car insurance company to choose.
Yes, you can be put on car insurance as soon as you start driving.
Yes, Not only can he be put on the policy with his car but your Insurance Contract probably requires it. Concealment of a known operator or the owner from the Insurance company is a well known form of Insurance Fraud.
It is very difficult and expensive for a teenager to get car insurance. The easiest way to get it is to be put on your parents' insurance and pay them the added insurance cost out of your wages.
I believe that you are asking if you can insure a vehicle that you don't own. The answer to this question is no. The only exceptions are for married couples who can put vehicles owned by either one of them on the policy.
You don't. WHo said you needed to?
you can put her on your insurance as a named driver
Just as long as you own the car.
NO, all insurance companies require you to carry insurance on a vehicle with a lien. What if it catches on fire or is stolen.
you can register it as non-op (non-operational) and put it in your driveway and cancel the insurance but it has to be in your driveway and cant move until you put insurance back on it
It would be a very foolish move to put a friend on your car insurance because if they have an accident you will have to pay any expenses. This also includes letting a friend use your car.
A jaywalking ticket will not increase your car insurance. It will not put points on your license in most areas or states.
Yes, but the person who is the registered owner of the car will have to be included on the policy, unless they have their own coverage.AnswerYes. I was able to put insurance on my car after I got it before the title was in my name. Even with the VIN, my insurance company was able to put the car on my policy.
Depends on the state. Generally if a state has compulsory auto insurance, and the car is registered/has plates/is legal to drive, you must have auto insurance for it.
No, you have to have proof of marriage or adoption.
A car can only be put in the name of the insured. And you can't get insurance until you have a drivers licence.
You don't need Insurance to get a permit, or even your license. You will need insurance if you own your over car and wish to put it on the road.'
Gap insurance would be a good choice if you put less than 20% down on a new car. If something were to happen to your car shortly after the purchase, gap insurance will pay what you owe, not what the car is worth.
That all depends on the details and the rules in your state.
If you put medical insurance on the policy when the policy was purchased.
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No, you don't have to put your son on your insurance, but he will have to get insurance of his own.
Yes but be aware your insurance company sets their own rules for this kind of thing.
No. most insurance companies actually will put your boat on your house insurance believe it or not. Some companies still put it on the car but they are just trying to get more money out of you.
You can type in classic car insurance and put the kind of car you got. And it will show up the quotes for your vehicle. Depending on the age of the vehicle.