I doubt it,I would make sure your insurance company knows that the vehicle is titled in the business name, and that the business is the owner of the vehicle.
yes, the insurance policy is different from the car title (title is government, insurance is business) in most states, if you live together, you are both required to be insured on the car.
The insurance should be under the name of the person to whom the car is titled and registered. Also, if the person who legally owns the car is not the person who will be the main driver of the car, the person who will be the driver on the car should be added to the policy.
In most states it's not legal. The vehicle must be insured by the owner.
The answer to this question is easy and is NO. You cannot insure a vehicle that you do not own. This is very important. If you did this and totaled the vehicle, the insurance cannot pay you for the damages because you do not own the vehicle and they cannot pay your Uncle because he does not have a contract of insurance with the insurance company.
This isn't really enough information to answer your questions. If you still living with your parents and are under 18 the vehicle really needs to be titled in your parents name and then it can be insured in their name as well with you are the driver. If under 18 you are not an adult and cannot sign legal contracts. Have your parents contact your insurance company for their recommendation as well. Most companies want you to have your own insurance if you are an adult and have the vehicle titled in your name only. The problem is that you still must be listed on each others insurance policies as drivers if you live in the same household.
No.. your usually covered under the owners policy automatically, but make sure your a "listed" driver on the policy.
Yes a RIFLE can be covered under insurance
When you file an insurance claim, if you do not have enough insurance coverage, under insurance claims can be the result. Under insurance is a term used when calculating claims when the coverage is not enough and the policy has undervalued the amount insured.
It all depends how much you plan to ride the bike. Most State laws require the rider to obtain the Insurance. For more information and resources on Motorcycle Insurance, check out http://www.findinsurance.us/motorcycle/motorcycle-home.html
No - it is a used vehicle It has Already been titled