Yes. But, if insurance is manditory in your state then your child must be on your insurance plan.
Acceptance Auto Insurance offers cheap non-owner auto insurance in Florida. Non-owner auto insurance is designed for people who only drive occasionally.
Yes, they would be covered as long as they only drive occasionally. If they drive more than 12 times out of the year, they would need to be rated on your policy in order for them to be covered.
Non owners Insurance, More aptly named "Drivers Insurance" is for people who occasionally drive but do not own a vehicle. Coverage is Personal Lines, Secondary and is applicable only to unplanned, unexpected usage of a motor vehicle. Happy Motoring
Only if you expect your insurance to cover you if the child has an accident. You auto insurance contract states that you are responsible for listing all household members and drivers who drive your vehicles. If you do not do this then you have committed material misrepresentation and the insurance company is then not responsible for paying for the damage from the accident.
All drivers should be listed on your policy to be a covered driver. you should add your child to your auto policy for proper coverage.
You only need insurance if you are going to tag it and drive it. If it is just for parts or scrap, you don't need insurance.
Advantages of Pay As You Drive insurance include not having to pay for the full year of insurance up front. One only pays for the months one drives a vehicle.
No only those designated by the insurance holder may drive the car.
Only people with a license and car insurance are legal to drive a car, though many people without a license and/or insurance drive cars daily.
it is not illegal for a driver with only a permit to drive his parent's car without having his name added to the insurance.
The only benefit to having Child Only Health Insurance is that the child is insured. According to studies, children with child only health insurance were more likely to have had routine dental and health examinations in the past 2 years over those without insurance. The rates for children that had insured parents were even higher, suggesting that children that have an insured parent are more likely to have access to all the healthcare that they need. The study also suggested that families with the child only health care, may not know how to use it properly therefore, they don't use it enough.
You or your child can only get insurance if the real dad was insured and you or your child were listed as the beneficiary.
only if you have full coverage insurance and the reason for the rental is due to an insurance claim- such as an accident.
YES! You are driving. You have to have insurance. absolutely. it does not matter what stage of driving you are at, you must have insurance. you can get pulled over and be ticketed on your permit. you can also get into an accident while driving on a permit. all of the above are logically reasons that you must have insurance to drive on a permit. in fact, i am surprised that you were not asked to show proof of insurance to obtain a permit. so in short, yes you do need insurance to drive on a permit.
Yes a person can get a reduced rate if they only drive once in awhile. It does not matter how often a person drive the car.
Whether you drive a motorcycle or a large SUV, you need to be covered by motor insurance. In some states it is not a requirement in order to drive, but if you are in an accident, it is the only safety net you have to have repairs made to your vehicle. Motor insurance is not expensive, and it is worth the price you pay a month if you were to need it to fix your car.
your only required to have insurance if you are legally licened to drive a car. check with your local DMV and/or highway patrol.
Of course you can. You just can't drive it. New Hampshire is the only state that does not require auto insurance.
No. Homeowners insurance only covers physical damage to the home and contents and liability risks.
Check with your agent, or the dept of insurance for your state, the child will need to be rated on a vehicle in the household if they are going to drive, but may be a free period until they have an actual license.
What are you asking? I do, yes. That's only because I have a motorcycle policy for my motorcycle. You are not covered from an auto policy to drive a motorcycle.
In order to drive your vehicle, it must have valid insurance. Otherwise, you're in violation of the law.
Most dealerships will require insurance before you drive off the lot.