Yes you can, Ask your insurance company for a Named Driver Exclusion. This will allow your child to stay on your policy(just in case) with out being charged for that child!
doesnt matter You would register and provide insurance in the State you live.
It's on your car insurance.
No, every thoroughbred registered gets a tattoo. If one doesnt get a tattoo it is not in the book.
it doesnt exist because its not registered on any normal pokedex.
The car is your property until the title is transferred to your daughter and the car is registered in her name. There are serious consequences that can result from titling a car in your name when it will be driven by another person. That sets you up for liability resulting from a car accident. You should clear up that fraudulant situation ASAP.
yes and no... depends if your going to be cancelled becasue you had a license suspension, and need another driver on the policy... but normally no.. why would u? to pay twice? and if you did... each insurance company would fight over who doesnt have to pay for a claim lol... good luck
Insects, pests, vermin, rodents, etc are basic exclusions of an insurance policy.
No, unfortunately you can not get the car registered without the title. The title must be signed over to you and you must take it to the DMV with you.
NA-national assosiation unlike Corp or Llp doesnt have to be registered with Secretary of State and doesnt have to have a registered agent.At least in Illinois...Check with your state laws by contacting Secretary of State office and Office of banks and real estate, but if you are looking for the registered agent for the purpose of serving summons you can serve US Bank at any branch by leaving summons with the officer of bank.
it probably would be a good idea to get supplemental insurance if your present insurance doesnt cover 100%. it does not seem to be a good thing without insurance already.
Who has insurance and who has license, is a non factor in determining liability for the accident. The person who is at fault will be based upon the police report and who caused the accident. You have no insurance, and have left yourself wide open to a judgment against you that could cost you plenty. You chose to drive without insurance, and in doing so you will be require to accept responsibility for your actions. You do not even have uninsured motorist insurance to cover your damage even if the other driver is at fault and cannot pay. You were not insured, and will now pay for that mistake.
Are you required by te court to provide insurance to your kids? If you are then it doesnt matter where the insurance comes from. If you can find a cheaper premium/better benefits from another carrier.. power to you! As long as the kids are covered and your not paying out a 5000.00 deductible then I would say go for it! Hope this helps:)
Covers medical expensives for you and passengers, will cover damages if other driver who is at fault doesnt have insurance.
it is not necessary because insurance doesnt do anything what you need is a anti virus ans anti spyware insureance computer
That is the whole idea to co-signing. Another party to collect from if the debtor doesnt/cant pay. You are the insurance policy that the loan will get repaid. AND neither the lender nor the debtor has to pay for that insurance.
Sincerely, until police notice.But if you mean with a learners permit, that one doesnt last until you get your operators insurance.
Usually, it is the responsibility of the owner. However, if you have insurance on your vehicle, they will step in as secondary coverage...including covering the damage to the vehicle you were driving, if you have the coverage.
only if you need it for a medical reason. It doesnt if you just want to look nice though. However, it does depend on your insurance
Paying more for your insurance doesnt gurantee any better coverage or better protection in an accident.
No, it just means who ever sent it want to make absolutly sure you get it...doesnt mean you are in trouble.
yes, but dont be stupid. i got screwed by helping out my then girlfriend. it doesnt matter who owns that car, as long as there is insurance on it. Names do not matter. however make sure the person driving the vehicle is on the insurance policy as a driver
you know when she doesnt talk to you that much and she doesnt let you hug her or kiss her and she runs away alot that's when you know she has another boyfriend
If you are listed as a covered driver on the Insurance Policy then yes they will pay the claim whether you are licensed or not. Most Insurers will not offer you an auto insurance policy to begin with if you are not licensed but some will.
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no it doesnt, but another acer has