I am a licensed agent in Minnesota, the first and foremost answer would be "YES". Not because of the fear of hitting another person but because someone riding in the vehicle could be injured. Technically you wouldn't be required to insure the vehicle because it wasn't operated off the property. That being said it would be foolish if not disasterous not to have coverage because medical, liability and uninsured/underinsured coverage would be unavailable should injury or accident occur. I would strongly suggest a "liability only policy". (If you have ever run into court costs and understand that no one ever plans for an accident to occur, you would understand the ramifications of going "Naked". The average attorney charges us $200 per hour to defend you. Just think about having to pay that to defend yourself should disaster strike. Average court case settles in 36 months. Ouch!)
No. It is not legal for anyone to drive without insurance in Minnesota.
Minnesota is a state that requires a minimum of liability insurance. The minimum amount of coverage allowed to drive in Minnesota is 30/60/10.
No, but any insurance claim caused may be denied.
The Vikings Stadium in Minnesota is situated on Viking Drive. It is in the town of Eden Prairie. The stadium offers general seating as well as private suites.
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Yes, Minnesota requires minimum limits of liability insurance, PIP No-Fault, Uninsured Motorists, and Underinsured Motorists Coverages. Other coverages and higher limits are available as well if desired.
Call the insurance company and have them add your name. I drove my mother around and used her car for errands for her and never worried about the insurance. I have my own coverage for my car and she had hers, so if anything had happened I was covered. Often your own private car insurance goes with you when you drive another car.
It is impossible to drive from Minnesota to Indonesia.
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A private drive (or driveway) is a road which leads up to a private house. It lies on private property. This is used for mainly parking residents' and visitors' cars on.