Yes. All cars on the road have to be insured. If you have a learners permit, then you need to be driving with someone who does have their license and is insured.
Depends on what state you're in.
Yes, as long as the vehicle itself is insured and the adult is properly licensed.
In Georgia the policy follows the vehicle. This would be vicarious liability and it would be covered. However the insurance company can possibly deny this claim cause the person driving the auto obviously didn't have permission by the insured to be driving this vehicle. That's a hard one to answer...
No. * i say Depends on your policy. Call your insurance person.
You are covered if you are a licensed driver regardless what they say. A leased vehicle is owned by the leasing agency not by the person who is leasing it. The terms of the contract will designate who may or may not drive the vehicle and nothing else applies.
The owner's insurance covers the car and usually whomever is driving it. Many people drive cars that belong to someone else. If you are a licensed driver, you'll be covered.
the difference between a proposer and the insured is that a proposer is a person or an entity who is seeking insurance and an insuerd is someone or an entity covered by an insurance policy
license......a business permit issued by a city or county government. The term bonded or insured is basically the same thing. Bonded usually applies if someone handles money or other valuables.
If you have a Learner'sPermit, you can onlydrive while accompanied by a licensed driver who is 21 years old or older.http://www.dmv.org/ne-nebraska/drivers-permits.php
Yes, but the insurance should cover the trip to Ontario - specifically, and the person with the learner's permit must obey the license level restrictions: no driving on the roads with the posted speed limit of more than 80km/h, and no driving from 12:00 am to 5 am.
If you are insured for 'full coverage' or possibly 'uninsured motorist', yes. In a standard liability policy you would probably not be covered.