yuo. financed motorcycle always need full coverage . i bought my gsxr finanaced and had to get full coverage . The dealer ship requires u to get it -_-
It is often better to be through an insurance agency, often times a dealer will provide you with an insurance agent.
If the dealer doesn't require it, probably not, but you have to decide if you want to take the chance of continuing to make payments on a car that you can't use after an accident.
GAP insurance is designed to cover the difference between what you owe on a financed (or leased) vehicle and the actual cash value that is paid by an insurer if the car is a total loss. Generally, GAP coverage is available through the car dealer or the finance company that finances the car.yes
"The major insurance companies that provide coverage on Audis are; American Family Insurance, State Farm, and Progressive. Other insurance companies are available directly from the dealer at time of purchase from the lender."
When you test drive it, yes. Once you commit to buy it, insurance is your responsibility.
You need to call An insurance Agent that specializes in High Risk Auto Insurance to find coverage. An Auto Dealer is the worst and most expensive place you can ever buy insurance. You should never buy your auto insurance from a car dealer or a bank teller, They are not licensed, trained or experienced in the placement of Insurance Risks.
I don't really understand your question. The car dealer is not responsible for providing your auto insurance. It is your responsibility to obtain the proper insurance coverage for your vehicle and your situation.
No, auto insurance does not offer this type of coverage. You generally have the option of purchasing this coverage from the auto dealer when you finance the automobile. Sometimes you may be able to purchase it if you are a member of a credit union or such. You might even call the finance company who financed the vehicle and see if it's possible to add it if that is your desire. Read the terms as these coverage are often times overpriced and have lots of small print.
a dealer should have a bond. The coverage on the vehicle is like having a liability policy. If the dealer was driving the car and had an at fault accident, he will have to pay for repairs on his vehicle and the bond will cover the other persons car. Once you buy a car from a dealer, you are responsible for purchasing insurance for the vehicle, the dealer is no longer liable. In fact, the dealer should require that you have insurance before you drive the vehicle off the lot.
Firstly, talk with your insurance agent before signing for the new car. Dealers will sell you GAP coverage whether you need it or not and their GAP is a very expensive coverage that is paid up front and then financed so you pay even more. The only time you need GAP coverage is when the financed balance is more than the value of the car. If you are trading in another car you may have a lower balance than the book value or the new car. In any case you can purchase GAP from your agent and cancel it after a year or whenever you feel that the loan balance is lower than the value of the car. If you buy from a dealer you pay for the life of the loan plus interest.
I'm sorry I don't know if there is a legal maximum that auto dealers can charge for gap insurance. I do know that you need to speak with your auto insurance agent prior to purchasing gap coverage. When a dealer sells you gap coverage what they do is prepay the entire premium for the term of the loan and add that into the amount financed. After that you are charged whatever interest rate you pay on the vehicle. The auto dealer is paid a large commission for selling this gap coverage and receive all their money up front. Most auto insurance companies offer the same coverage for a very small premium that is simply an endorsement to be added onto your current policy. I think mine is about $6.50 for a six month period. You only need gap coverage for the first couple of years that you own a new car. GAP pays for the difference between the value of the car and the amount owed on the loan. After a couple of years the falling amount owed on the loan becomes less than the value of the car. If you purchase from the dealer you are prepaying for the entire 5 or 6 year time of the loan period.