"Any car that is put on the road in the United States requires at least basic coverage. A mustang being a kit car is eligible for kit car insurance, and for a car such as a mustang it might be worth getting."
This depends on many factors call an agent or check with any of the companys on line. Many will quote three to five insurance carriers, once all the information is put in.
it would be around $2,500 first year but when you get in a wreck, about $124,543. i would know because i am one of the pople who wrecked it on the first day i had a 1964 mustang
I could be wrong, but I would think the motorcycle dealership would have insurance for their vehicles that would have it covered for things like test drives.
Bullit is the name of a movie featuring Steve McQueen. In this movie he drives a striking green Mustang through one of the best chase sequences ever filmed. So a Bullit Mustang would be a car looking like the one in the movie.
About 150$ a month witch blows
Maybe if the person driving is a named driver on the policy but you would have to check with the insurance company.
call an insurance company!
This all depends on your insurance. your insurance policy may cover anyone that drives your car and that would mean then yes he can drive it. But you better check with your insurance company.
depends where could be from 100-300 depending on where you live, that's just minimum insurance though
I totaled my Mustang and was able to buy it back from the insurance company. They gave me the Blue-Book value less my $500 deductable. They would not insure it after I repaired it, I had to switch insurance carriers to get coverage.
97 mustang! would
The amount will vary based on the agreed value of the car, where it is located, and the age and driving record of the owner. Your best bet would be to contact a local insurance agent.
Typically, A cheap car that has low value and not sporty. A civic may cost more than a mustang, but may be lower because a mustang is sporty and more inclined to drive fast and crash.
A Ford Mustang GT would be a V8
The word Mustang is not in the Spanish vocabulary, it would be used the same as in English, except it would be pronounced differently. A mustang is a horse, the Spanish word for horse is "caballo".
There are many factors that determine a rate for auto insurance, not just age and vehicle. I would call multiple agents to get an exact rate. try this site where you can compare quotes from different companies: insureinfo.us
The 1st 4 seater Ford Mustang would the 1964 1/2 Ford Mustang.
Insurance usually follows the car so no matter who drives it, claims will be covered, unless the person driving it is specifically excluded from the policies. But just to be sure, the best course of action would be to contact the car insurance companies directly.
That would depend on which engine you have and what year of Ford Mustang
Insurance follows the vehicle. If the owner of the wheelchair van has no insurance on it, and the person who drives it, has insurance on their own vehicle.... then the wheelchair van would still be considered an uninsured vehicle. Again, insurance always follows the vehicle. The driver who is not the owner cannot use his/her insurance to cover the wheelchair van because they have no 'ownership' or 'insurable interest' in the van.
that depends on what type of mustang your talking about, if its the everyday mustang gt, then the skyline would leave it in the dust, but if its a shelby gt 500, or a saleen or something then it would be a good race but i think the mustang would edge it out in a drag race, but in a curciut race, the skyline would be too much to handle.
Only if he as a multiple driver policy. If not, then no, you would not be covered in the event of an accident. He could add you to his policy- just call the insurance company with the details. Not unless she is listed as atleast an occasional operator on his insurance policy.