Illegally, yes. Legally, no.
Only your insurance company can answer that - mine does... I have insured vehicles that were not in my name and insured vehicles in my name for other drivers - Geico... I have also loaned vehicles that were in collisions and they still covered them even though I did not specifically "add a driver".
Yes all vehicles registered must have current insurance with a minimum of 10,000 PIP and $10,000 PDL.
California has the most motor vehicles registered
If the registered driver has died, then legally there is no insurance on the vehicles, because the person who opened the insurance account ceases to exist.You need to contact the insurance company and let them know the registered driver is deceased. They will have better information, since policy can differ depending on company and region.
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legally registered vehicles are required in most states to have insurance. go through your state motor vehicle agency. and put aside time.
Yes. Insurance follows the car not the operator. If your son has insurance, you and your vehicles' insurance would be primary (if he were operating your vehicle), and his would be excess if your coverage is exhausted.
Yes. motorcycle or bike insurance is different from car insurance. Motorcycle insurance can be used for bikes or motorcycles only, whereas car insurance can only be valid for cars. Thus, in case you have both the vehicles, under the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988, you have to buy the insurance for both your vehicles(car and bike) separately.
Most insurance companies will issue policies for people who own multiple vehicles. Contact a broker or agent who can provide quotes for different companies.
You shall learn that there are many different insurance bundles available for Recreational vehicles. You will choose between insurers such as Geico and Progressive.
Florida requires that all registered vehicles have liability too. A PIP only policy is called health insurance.
One can purchase auto insurance for farm vehicles from many insurance company's. For instance, Farmers Insurance and State Farm both offer auto insurance for farm vehicles.
The Department of Motor Vehicles keep records of who a car is registered to. However, this information is not available to the public.
In Europe there are around 40,000,000 vehicles registered. 80 percent of the vehicles in the world are located in Europe.
Salvage vehicles are those which have been declared to expensive to repair by an insurance company. They can be re-registered if fully restored however there are many regulations that one must comply with in order to do this legally.
There is no limit to the amount of vehicles you can have registered in your name. Car or motorcycle collectors are good examples of this and often have 20 or more vehicles all in their name.
Preferred Choice insurance offers a multitude of different products for consumers and businesses to choose from. These include Home Insurance, with contents included, Business Insurance, and Car Insurance for vehicles.
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Caravan insurance can cover many different types of vehicle. Static caravans are basically mobile homes that are not intended to be moved very often. Recreational vehicles, or mobile caravans, can also be covered under caravan insurance.
SR-22, or state by state variants, is the only reason you would have to get insurance to get or renew your license or vehicle registration, except for the state of New York, which all vehicles must be insured to be registered.
There are many insurance companies which provide insurance for commercial vehicles. Progressive, MetLife, and Geico are all companies which offer insurance to commercial vehicle owners.