Yes, You can add any person you wish to your auto insurance policy that you want to be a covered driver in your vehicle.
If you are listed as a friver you should be covered under his insurance which means you should be able to add your vehicle as wee.
You need to call your insurance company to remove the vehicle from your policy. If you are getting a new vehicle, you need to add that vehicle on. If you are not getting a new vehicle, the insurance company will send you a check for whatever amount of money you had left on the policy that was not earned because you did not have the policy for the full term.
Online auto insurance benefits include being able to pay your bill online and review your policy. You can easily add or remove a vehicle or a driver from your policy. I have used online auto insurance for a while now.
Insured has thirty (30) days to add new vehicle to commercial auto policy. For auto insurance it is what is on the policy that is covered.
It can be possible to get a discount on auto insurance when you insure more than one vehicle. It is best to compare prices on a variety of insurance sites online to determine what discounts will be received.
If it's your vehicle then no. You have to add the other vehicle to your policy, otherwise it is not a covered vehicle. If it's a temporary replacement vehicle then coverage may be afforded under your own auto insurance policy.
You can add your roommate to your auto policy as a driver but you cannot add their vehicle to your policy. You cannot insure a vehicle you do not own and since you have no legal relationship with a roommate you cannot add a vehicle they own to your policy. You do have an obligation to add them as a driver on your policy if they ever drive your car.
When your vehicle is in the process of being repossessed, the bank is starting the process of taking back ownership. If you have not maintained continuous insurance coverage on your vehicle, chances are the bank will force place insurance which will add to your loan balance. If you are anticipating repossession, keep insurance on the vehicle until the vehicle is claimed. If you intend to discuss payment arrangements to get your vehicle back, you must keep insurance prove you are financially responsible. If you do not intend to get the vehicle back you can cancel your auto insurance after the vehicle is no longer yours. When the bank takes possession, you no longer have a financial interest in the car. Notify the DMV before cancelling the insurance that you are no longer the registered owner of the car to prevent fines for no insurance with the state.
By calling your insurance agent
No. You cannot insure a vehicle that does not belong to you. If you were to add the vehicle without telling the insurance company that it doesn't belong to you there will be no coverage and any claim will be denied. You will have wasted your money.
If you have an existing auto policy on your own vehicle (to be sold or traded in), then the newly acquired vehicle will have identical coverages as your existing vehicle on the auto policy for 30 days free. You must add the newly acquired vehicle before 30 days is up. Otherwise, you have no insurance. More information you can visit: Raisinsurance
Yes, If your are driving your friends vehicle then they are required to schedule you for coverage, otherwise you would be an uninsured driver. If you are asking can your friend add you and your vehicle then that would depend on what your friends financial interest is in your vehicle. If your friend has no insurable interest in your vehicle then it would be unlawful for them to add it to their policy. But they can certainly and are in fact required to add you to their policy if you are driving the friends owned vehicle.
Yes you can, call your agent to add him.
No. Personal belongings are covered by your renter's and homeowner's insurance.
Georgia automobile insurance law states that people who purchase insurance may "stack" - or add the coverage together for each insured vehicle - for uninsured and underinsured motorist coverage.
I'm not sure what you mean by covered. She needs to be listed as a driver if she drives any of your vehicles. You cannot add her vehicle to your policy if that is what you mean. No one can add a vehicle to their policy if the vehicle is not titled in their name. The only exception is husband and wife situations. Whether or not you are adulterous makes not difference to the insurance company really.
No. Auto insurance is just that ... an insurance policy for the automobile, and those who ride in it or drive it. If you have the full permission to drive someone else's car, and they have the proper auto insurance in full effect, then you are covered under their policy. If you are going to be driving their vehicle most of the time, then they need to add your name to the policy.
No. What your wanting is provided under a "Auto Warranty Program". Your auto insurance policy is for accidental loss and damages, Not for maintenance and repairs.
Not necessary- you only add/exclude drivers
Add him in what capacity? If it's an auto policy and you want to add him as a driver, that's fine. If you want him to be named on a homeowner's policy, it can only be done if he has actual interest in the property.
If you add the child as a driver on the policy.
There are many factors to consider when rating an auto insurance policy and this forum is not a place to get such rates. Just a few of the rating factors are: age, year of vehicle, make, model, coverage desired, zip code, state, usage of the vehicle, tickets, accidents, claims, credit ratings, etc.
It's very easy, you can call your insurance agent or your insurance companies service department and they should it add him/her right away.