You need insurance if you own a car. As long as you are living with your parents and driving a car titled to them (even if it is "your" car), you just need to make sure you are listed on their policy as primary driver of your car and an occasional driver of the other family cars. They might save a dollar by having you EXCLUDED from the family car, but then you would have no coverage if you were to drive it.
NO! You would be a fool to drive without insurance.
Yes but when you get your operator`s license you would be charged with insurance and you can not drive without insurance
Yes, but you can not drive it.
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 possible that they know HOW to drive a car, but they cannot get a license until they are 16, should they drive without a license there will be a huge fine because it is highly illegal to drive without a license and insurance.
You can't drive without insurance. You can get your license suspended if caught.
Not legally. You need a valid driver's license and insurance.
You need a driver's license to drive, and insurance on the vehicle you're driving.
Why would you drive without a license? That's problem number one.
yes if you have insurance, you have 30 days
Yes, you just can't drive the car.
No. You cannot legally drive so they would not cover you.
No, but you can lose your tags and registration until you provide proof of insurance.
If they catch you they will usually take away your license. But most people who drive without insurance have no qualms about driving without a license and usually have nothing of value to their name either; thus, uninsured motorists insurance was born.
I am pretty sure you need insurance in every state except Wisconsin to get your license. In Wisconsin it is only illegal to have an accident without insurance (how silly is that!?). In ANY event, you should always have insurance to drive.
no no matter what you need license to drive legally
It is absolutely illegal to drive in California and any other state or country in the civilized world without a license. Insurance is mandatory in the state of California and most likely every single state of America and the Canadian provinces.
To learn, no. But you need insurance once you become a licensed driver, or you need to be covered under your parents insurance. In most if not all states, it is against the law to drive without insurance.
Yes! You sure can! You have already broken the law to drive without insurance. . . They by YOU yourself causing the accident, you are definitely liable for license removal. --Feefhh:myspace.com/feefhh
No. Your having a provisional licence doesn't change your state's insurance requirements.Added: The status of your license or permit has nothing to do with whether the vehicle itself is insured or not.
If you have your own. Otherwise it is illegal to drive without insurance...and if you cause an accident and dont have insurance to pay for it you will be in really really big trouble.
theirs no need to because you cant drive so theirs no need to get insurance Depending on the jurisdiction where you live, you can get car insurance in case of fire or theft even though you can't drive it.
it's the next thing you do. A2 I think in all states its illegal to drive a car without insurance. And in most states you can't get license plates or register the car without proof you have insurance. So you are expected to have insurance as soon as you plan to drive it.
No, in America they can not. You cannot ever legally drive without a license in America.
Yes, you will need insurance to drive with a CDL license.