As old as your state says you have to be to own a vehicle and / or drivers license. Check state specific laws and post the answer here for others in the same situation.
No, they are not old enough to sign a contract such as an insurance policy. They will require an adult to obtain the policy for them.
No. Most insurance companies do not allow a minor to have their own policy because an insurance policy and application are a legal contract and a minor cannot generally be party to a legal contract. I do know of a couple of insurance companies that overlook this and allow even a 16 year old to buy a policy.
Generally an 18 year old is an adult and it his their responsibility to carry insurance on his own vehicle.
An old insurance policy or the insurance company you had it insured with should have it on file.
The individual policy is always primary.
Most insurance companies will not allow a 17 year old to own and insure their own vehicle. I have a couple of insurance companies that do allow them to have a policy. The reason I don't recommend to my customers that they not allow a 17 year old own a vehicle and iisurance their vehicle in their name is that they are not a legal adult under the terms of the lay. An insurance quote along with the policy itself make up a legally biniding agreement. A 17 year old is not technically allowed to sign a legal document.
parents if the insurance is under their names
Add her to your policy, but make her understand this is to help her out, and if she behaves irresponsibly, she on her own for insurance coverage .
Please obtain a Status Report of your old insurance policy from the Insurance Company and be sanguin about validity of said policy.
He is covered under his parents' policy until he gets his own car and license.
The insurance policy is from Prudential and from the state of Indiana.
Only your Insurance Companies own website will give you access to your auto insurance policy.
Usually the answer to this question is no. Rarely an insurance company will let a 17 year old take out a policy on their own if they legally own the vehicle as well. Because an insurance policy is a legal contract that usually means that you must be 18 in order to sign the policy application.
No. An insurance policy is a kind of contract, and a contract cannot be enforced against a minor. An insurance company would be foolish to issue a policy whose conditions could not be enforced.
Yes, you can have your own auto insurance policy. If you are a minor though, you will need your legal gaurdian to countersign your application for insurance coverage.
They must have some sort of insurance coverage, whether their own policy or on someone else's.
A 16-year-old is not legally able to contract with the insurance company unless he has been emancipated. Which leaves him to work with his parents or another adult to acquire the insurance.
yes, simple as that.
There are many different kinds of insurance policies. Read the policy and find out what the terms of the policy are.
That depends on weather or not your 17 year old has their insurance on the parents policy. It will go up if the child is on the parents policy, but if the child has their own policy, it won't. But it will be cheaper if the child is added on to the parents policy. My husband is a North Carolina State Trooper so I know alot about insurance. Also, call around and go online for the cheapest rates.
The owner of the vehicle please the people on the insurance policy are liable.
Yes they can. Their insurance can be less costly if they take it with their parents in connection with a multi car policy.
A teen in Rhode Island should get their own auto insurance policy when they get a car in their name.