I need the name of the registered car keeper?
i have just sold my car and need to no if swansy have his details i have just sold my car and need to no if swansy have his details
Yes we can insure a car with tmp registration details . Read More
Are you serious with this question? No, the registered "Keeper" owner will get the bills in the mail or online. First, why would you want to insure a car twice and pay twice the bills for the same vehicle? Second, unless you own the car I doubt if you can insure it. You can pay the insurance bill if you wish but unless the car is registered in your name the bills and responsibility will… Read More
It means you are signing over your child to the government so then you become the registered keeper the same as you register your car you are the registered keeper not the owner if you don't do things there way they take the child because they own your child you are only the keeper remember you informed Read More
you have ten days from the original date of purchase to have insurance and have the car / vehicle registered in your name you have ten days from the original date of purchase to have insurance and have the car / vehicle registered in your name Read More
The dolly needs to be registered, but the car does not. Read More
I am now insured on 2 cars as the main driver. My car I am the registered owner and keeper and have 12 years no claims bonus. On the second car I am not the legal owner or registered keeper and as my 12 years are on the other car I have 0 no claims on this one. The insurers are different. What will happen to my 12 years no claims on my car if… Read More
Yes In the UK, the registered keeper is NOT necessarily the legal owner, but IS responsible for the licensing of the vehicle. ie, if I own a car, but it is used by my friend or family member I could register it in their name as the KEEPER of the car. However, a court may not recognise this when a dispute over ownership occurs. Read More
In the UK you currently need a valid certificate of insurance, an MOT if your car is more than 3 years old, Form V11 sent to the registered keeper by the DVLA and the means to pay the tax. If you respond to the V11 on line, the insurance and MOT will be automatically checked. Read More
If your car was repoed and the car lot sold it but it is still registered in your name what should you do?
It will not be registered in your name. They sold it and will register it in the new owners name. Read More
Yes you need to put the car in your name other wise the last owner well get hit for no insurance and you need to take on the responsibility of the car. Read More
there is never a bad time to have insurance. Yes, you should regardless if the car is registered or not. Read More
If your boyfriend and you each own a car under your respective names can you both be insured under one policy?
Not too sure... Admiral MultiCar? or similar? Both might need to have the same registered keeper. Read More
If the vehicle is registered to him, he will need his own policy. You must have an "insurable interest" in an item to insure it under your own name. Read More
you need to have a car registered. so that a car insurance can sell you something. the report involves ; car name ,licence plate, car tittle , your license, everithing has to be under your name . and you have to be at least 18 years or older to aply. Read More
I just pad off my car in March of 2008 and now I need the title for a secured loan I'm looking to take but I can't seem to find the title (lost or stolen) and I never registered it to my name. What can I do? i bought a bike, the owner(previous) cant be located, and the title has not been registered in my name yet with the state. What do i do? Read More
You cannot have the car registered if it is not in your name. You first must get the title transferred to your name. Read More
You bought a car from someone but never registered it and you want to sell it to someone else. Can they still get it registered?
Do you have the title of the car in your name? Is there a loan on the car? You will have to register it if your name is on the title! Read More
You are moving to New York with your car that is registered in non-New York what do you need to registre in New York?
you need to go to the BMV to get your car registered for NYC. Bring your title!! Read More
After the car has been registered in someones name. Read More
Not if you are in Australia. If something in Australia isn't on the road it doesn't have to be registered Read More
You want to sell your car to your daughter but you want to keep title until she pays off the loan how can I do it?
The car can be registered in her name with you being the lien holder. After the car is paid for, you can sign the release of lien and the car can then be registered solely in her name. Read More
No, a 17 year old can not get a car registered in his own name. The person who registers the car must have insurance in their name. Insurance is given to people 18 years and older. Read More
Who is the legal owner or owners of a car if it is registered in one name but paid for jointly by 2 parties Read More
no, they MUST be under the SAME name! srry! Read More
The person who the car is registered with. You are paying for a car you don't own. Read More
No, In the state of MA the car must be insured under the registered persons name. No Read More
yes, just as if the bank financed a car, registered in an operator's name. Read More
Only your insurance company can answer that - mine does / allows for it... Read More
A new car yes, but a used car no. You would first need to apply for a title. Read More
A car is typically only registered in one name. If town names are put on the registration, both would have to be present to sell it. Read More
You need to sign the Certificate of Title over to the co signer so that the vehicle can be legally registered in the name of the co-signer. Read More
Only if the car was registered in Texas in your name. Read More
Its half hers. Read More
If you purchased your car in Wisconsin and then registered it in Illinois do you need a Wisconsin title or an Illinois title to sell it in Wisconsin?
You need the title to be in whatever state you registered the vehicle in. Read More
In Colorado can you repossess a car from an ex if you financed it in your name but he has been paying as agreed?
He wouldn't have any rights as long as the car is registered in your name. Now if the car is registered in his name then technically he is the owner of the vehicle and the financing contract would not have any bearing on the owner of the vehicle in question. Read More
You were in a car accident had insurance but the car was totaled and the car was not in your name Do you get compensated to get a new vehicle?
no you won`t get it. You require both car insurance and it must be registered on your name. Read More
Yes you don't have to have a licence of any sort to have a car registered in your name. You are just not allowed to drive it alone if you don't have a licence. Read More
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It depends in which state you live in. Read More
My ex-husband received a parking ticket. The car was registered in his name and mine as well can you be charged for this?
Yes. Simply because the car is registered in both your names. Read More
If you had a car that was registered in another state but moved and left the car does the car have to be registered in the state you are living in now or can it still be registered in the other state?
The car needs to be registered in the state the owner resides in. Read More
One can have whomever they want on the ownership title of the vehicle. This is done at your local motor vehicle department. You might need her permission, depending on which state the car is to be registered. Read More
Can an auto insurance co refuse to pay for my car and injury when their insured was at fault just because my registered car was insured under my friends name and not mine in the state of California?
Yes here the car insurance firm can refuse your insurance claim as the car is registered in your friends name and not yours. Read More
Yes, have him sell it to you. Whether or not there is money exchanged that doesn't matter. Than take the bill of sale if the car is 10yrs or older and the title to the dmv and they will register and license the car to you. If the car is newer than 10yrs than you will need a secure odometer reading and a bill of sale along with the title. Also, make sure you have… Read More
Does your daughter have to register a car in Arizona if the car is your name and you live in Michigan?
Where ever the car spends most of its time is where it should be registered. Read More