No. But it would be wise to have storage ins on it, in case the vehicle is the cause of a building fire.
No. You may be required to surrender the license plate and registration to the DMV before you can cancel the insurance, though. If the car is of value, such as an antique or collectible, you might want to consider purchasing vehicle storage insurance.
Any lender requires insurance if the vehicle is financed.
Most, but not all insurance companies will require you have a drivers license to buy liability insurance for your vehicle. All of the 50 United States however require you have a license or permit of some type before you can drive your vehicle on public roads.
Rules vary by state and province. Some states don't require a license to purchase a vehicle. Nearly all states require that you are 18 to buy a vehicle and most require proof of insurance (and to get insurance you generally have to have a license, not a learners permit).
It depends on what state you live in. Some states don't ever require motorcycle insurance. Most states that require insurance require it just to register the vehicle.
Try contacting insurance companies like Geico, Progressive, Farmers, or State Farm to name a few
Not only does Honda have insurance on the vehicle, so does the repossession company, the storage company, the transport company, and the aution agency.
There are no states that do not require automobile insurane. Automobile insurance is mandated to protect the driver and other drivers on the road.
Insurance would not require a valid registration but in order to be able to drive the vehicle you would need to register the vehicle again. You probably would not be able to register the vehicle until after you insure it.
It honestly depends on the state you reside in. Most seem to require that you have insurance on it because a scooter is, after all, a vehicle. Check with your local insurance agency to see if they offer scooter insurance in your area.
You do not need to be the owner of the vehicle in order to be insured while driving the vehicle. Most states require all drivers of a vehicle to be included in the insurance policy.
online renewal of policy does not require physical inspection of the vehicle. Buy Two Wheelar Insurance Policy:
They owe you for a rental vehicle, but it does not necessarily have to be, "comparable". It depends on the state. Some states will require that the vehicle have the same seating capacity, while others require that they only provide you with basic transportation. The type of vehicle is not a factor, so if you drive a Lexus, don't expect the insurance company to rent you another Lexus. Check with your state's Department of Insurance to see what the insurance company is required to provide you with.
Most insurance companies want you to keep your vehicle in a garage.
Most insurance companies will not, they require you to have an "insurable interest" in the vehicle.
This will depend on the location you live in but generally the answer is yes. Most place legally require liability insurance in order to register a vehicle of drive on public roads. Secondly, if you finance a vehicle the contract will require that you obtain and keep physical damage insurance to protect the interest of the bank or finance company even if you don't care about your own loss if the vehicle is damaged.
They will probably demand full coverage on the car whether you drive it or not. The storage insurance should be quite a bit cheaper than if the vehicle were actually in use on the streets, etc. Check with your finance company and your insurance agent.
You could try to negotiate but don't expect a company to store the vehicle for nothing.Added: If you have insurance, there is a good likliehodd that your insuror will pay a "reasonable" amount for the cars recovery, towing and storage.
Yes. The dealer will require proof of insurance prior to letting you take it home. Especially if there is a loan on the vehicle.
NO it is illegal. ------------------- The above answer is incorrect. It depends on the state. Some states do not require insurance to register or drive a vehicle.
That's typically going to depend on the state. Most states that do have a front plate require it to be permanently affixed to the front of the vehicle.
no you won`t get it. You require both car insurance and it must be registered on your name.
There is no such policy. All auto insurance contracts require disclosure and scheduling of all drivers for coverage.
No, you do not require to insure a vehicle if it is kept on your own property. Insurance is only available for cars that are roadworthy and not those in a garage, do not run etc;
Yes most of the time you can unless your Dealership specifically states that you cant. Most leased vehicles you have a "manditory" coverage. You just have to make sure you apply storage insurance with that coverage. Could be something like this 5,000,000 liability 300 collision / comprehensive replacement insurance