I was told (when it came time to pay property tax), that you may have a car with no or expired tags, inspection sticker, insurance, and/or city sticker, BUT that you may still be charged property tax on the vehicle. There may also be local ordinances restricting where the car may be legally parked. With the car I had (as described above), I was not required to pay property tax due to the age/excessive mileage of the vehicle.
To get tags the car must be registered.To register a car most states require proof of insurance.
Virginia car insurance can be found on Virginia Auto Insurance and the Virginia Car Insurance Center, especially if you have a very good driving record.
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If the car is registered, meaning that it has license plates, it must have liability insurance. If you hace a loan, the bank probably requires insurance. If it is just sitting on private property without tags, no insurance needed.
Yes, Virginia car insurance is generally cheaper than insurance in California
if you have tags ont he car you need to have insurance or you will rack up fines with the mva
When it's a self-driven car, you need license to get car insurance from any insurance company.
No. It cannot be driven on a public road. However, IF there is a loan on the car, the LENDER can require that it be insured until the loan is paid off.
No. No state allows this.
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If the car is still going to be driven, then yes it does need insurance.
You simply don't renew the tags and registration. When it's ready to be driven again, then you go and get the tags and registration for it.
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No, car insurance in Virginia rates around the middle when it comes to the national average.
Some popular companies for car insurance in Virginia are AIG, First Liberty and Progressive.
No, because technically if the tags are expired the car was being driven illegally. Sorry. Yes, it should be, unless they state that you shouldn't have had the car on the road. However, that's rare. * No, an unlicensed vehicle or driver will not be covered by an insurance provider. It is illegal in all 50 U.S. states to operate a vehicle is not properly licensed and registered.
if car was driven by storage employee or anyone who is affliated with storage facility. Yes, it will be convered by their insurance. However, if the vehical was driven by a owner, his or her car insurance company will be responsible. best way to resolve this issue, contact your insurance agent or provider! asian623 http://www.myspace.com/scionturboracing
Yes you can easily get a gap car insurance in Virginia. There are many insurance agencies which provide such insurance. You can visit various insurance agent sites and compare quotes and choose.
There are many different prices for car insurance. First, you need to get a Virginia car insurance quote. You can acquire these from various web-based companies. Then, talk to a representative of an insurance company.
Classic car insurance is for vintage vehicles of a certain age and driven by owners of a required age. These vehicles are usually driven for show purposes.
Why would you need insurance if your car isn't going to be driven on public streets? Now... if you plan on preserving your car as a collectors item or the like... you can add it to your home insurance. Car insurance companies aren't going to insure a car that isn't being driven - if you have a collection at your home, it'll go under your home-owners insurance. ANC, esq.
The insurance is on the DRIVER as well as the car driven. So, the answer is Yes.