Yes, if they run your information through the interstate system. When you apply for auto insurance, the insurance company checks your driving history via your name/dob/social security/drivers license number. The insurance company can see tickets/accidents recorded in other states and will base your insurance rate upon your driving history.
If you have a drivers license in two different states, you are committing a crime in at least one state.
No. A drivers' license is issued by the DPS and only the DPS - or a court - can suspend someone's license. However, if Texas requires insurance and you don't have it, if an insurance company notifies DPS that you don't have insurance, then DPS could suspend your license.
Depends on the insurance company. There are companies that will insure unlicensed drivers.
Not unless you alerted the insurance company, about him
No, Not necessarily, There are many insurance companies that will issue auto insurance coverage to you without a drivers license. It just depends on the underwriting requirements of the insurance company. Most of the larger national companies will require a drivers license first but many local and regional insurers will have no problem with it.
If you have their drivers license and insurance card what else will you need to know their insurance company. Perhaps you did not list the question correctly for what you meant.
If you rearend someone, regardless of road conditions or the other drivers disposition on a drivers lic or insurance, you are still responsible. Not having a license or insurance is a civil matter, not involving insurance company.
I think you need to get a driver's license in any state to get car insurance period. An insurance company will not supply you with insurance if they don't have proof that you are licensed to do so. My suggestion to you...get a license!
Depending on the Insurance Company, international drivers licenses are accepted at their discretion.
If you have no drivers license then you have no business driving a vehicle, therfore you do not need insurance.
You can't get car insurance if your drivers license has been suspended.
If they don't have a licence they won't have valid insurance. Your own insurance company will advise; in the UK there is a pool to cover this, but it'll be different elsewhere.
No if you have a license no, but if you have a vehicle you have ot have a license.
There are insurance companies that will write insurance for people who have never had a license. You will need to go see and independent agent who represents many different companies so he or she can find what you need. The key is that a company will write you insurance for a vehicle that you own if you do not have a license but you will be excluded as a driver and you need to list any drivers that may drive you around in your car. This means that you cannot drive the car for any reason and not coverage will be provided if you do drive.
You have insurance and drivers license is expired can you be ticketed
If you live in the state of Virginia then yes you are able to get car insurance with a valid drivers license. You can visit any auto insurance company and get more information.
Provisional license insurance is a cheap car insurance that is mostly for young drivers. These are especially made for student drivers as well.
No. You need not get insurance when you get a drivers license, but you must get insurance when you buy your own vehicle
All persons who are going to be driving the "family' vehicles have to be on the policy. Insurance companies have a different criteria for insuring teenage drivers than they do for adults.
A suspension of the drivers license will be visible for 5 years on your driving record and doesn't show up as any points.
You don't have to have a car insurance at all. It's only your option but it's better for you/ if you have an accident the insurance company will pay it for you
You need to supply the insurance company with their name, date of birth, and social security number when they turn 15 years old. They will not be charged until they are licensed. You also need to notify the insurance company when they obtain a learners license and give them the license number. Again, the insurance company will not charge a rate for them as a driver until the obtain a regular drivers license.
Provisional license insurance is insurance for people who have a provisional drivers license. A provisional license is for drivers under the age of 16 who are driving with a learners permit or a person who has previously had a license revoked or suspended and who has recently obtained a new license.
Yes, you will need a driver's license in order to purchase a car. An insurance company wouldn't accept the risk of insuring an unlicensed driver.
If you have a current insurance policy and are in a car accident, but have an expired license, it is up to the insurance company if they will pay the claim or not. It could be in their clause not to, if a person does not have a valid drivers license, especially if you are the one at fault.
With a suspended insurance license, I would not because you will be breaking a law. With a suspended drivers license you can sell insurance.