How long can you drive after buying a car without auto insurance in Indiana?
You can't legally drive a car in Indiana without auto insurance for any length of time. If by chance you mean how long can you drive a newly purchased vehicle before needing to notify the insurance company that was covering your old vehicle you'll need to read your policy. Policies will vary by company but many companies will give you up to 30 days to notify them of the change in vehicles.
You cannot drive a vehicle without insurance for any time. This means you must purchase insurance before you put the vehicle on the road or you are immediately in violation of state law. You also cannot purchase a tag and registration in Georgia without having insurance. The state has a computerized system that keeps up with insurance and registration. Many police vehicles are now equipped with a system that works like radar except that it…
You can drive without Car insurance in New Hampshire. I live here. If you are hit by an uninsured driver and you have insurance then your insurance pays for your medical and car repairs. Its another way poor and non working people screw over those who go out and work everyday and pay for their way in the world. If you drive, you should have to have insurance. Its dumb.
Yes, but you have to buy it straight out and you can't drive it on the road! Buying a car on credit, you need a valid Driver License in order to get Insurance. A car dealer wont release a car on credit without proof of insurance and Insurance companies won't give you coverage unless you have a valid Driver License.
In the United States the answer is "Yes" you can buy Auto Insurance without a license. In fact you are required to be insured before you take your driving test to get your drivers license. There are many Insurance companies in the United States that will issue your Auto Insurance Policy without you first having your Drivers License. Happy Motoring Other answers No, you need to give the insurance company proof that you can drive…
Is it illegal for a driver with only a permit to drive his parent's car without having his name added to the insurance?
No. You cannot drive a car without insurance whether or not you have an SR22. You probably are required to have the SR-22 endorsement because you were previously caught driving without insurance. If you want to loose you license for a matter of years then go ahead and you won't have to worry about driving any more.
Yes, you can drive your car without insurance, but if you get stopped, you will get a ticket, if you have a wreck, you will get a ticket, if you have a wreck and the other person does not have insurance, you are both gonna be up to your eyeballs in medical costs, not to mention paying for the damage to the vehicle.
Sure, if you just want to buy it but not drive it. Oh yes and if you have enough cash to pay for it without financing any of the purchase price. This is because most states require you to have insurance to drive or get a tag and if you finance the purchase you will have to purchase insurance as part of your finance contract.
An insurance quote is the price an insurance company gives you for a particular insurance policy you are interested in buying. The price of an insurance policy depends on the insurance company's calculation of your risk, including factors such as your driving record and the type of car you drive (for car insurance), the location and value of your home (for homeowner's or renter's insurance), and your age (for health insurance).
Ask an insurance company for a "broadform" policy. That will cover you for any car you drive. Yes, although it's rather pointless. Why pay for insurance on something that you don't even have or own ... there is no need. If you drive someone else's car, you are covered under their insurance policy, provided you have their permission to drive it.