Insure?? yes, register? NOT unless your name is on the TITLE.
No. You can only insure a vehicle which is in YOUR name.
You insure a vehicle. The buyer. The only thing the cosigner is responsible for is paying the bank back the money it loaned if the buyer doesn't. The principal driver of the vehicle who should also be the buyer.
yes because if you get pulled over by the cops then you have to show them the information about your vehicle.
You have to own a vehicle to insure it then you have to register it as the registered owner. So if you are borrowing a vehicle either the owner has to insure it or you have to buy it from them
In Massachusetts, when you register and insure vehicle
To give you a basic answer, the insurance company will only insure a vehicle if the listed owner is on the policy. Mark
1. "NO" You can not register a vehicle that does not belong to you. 2. Although you can get liability insurance to drive the vehicle, you can not legally get full coverge on the car unless it belongs to you. You must have an insurable interest in the property before you can insure it. 3. All 50 US states require that you register an acquired vehicle within 30 days.
Insurance would not require a valid registration but in order to be able to drive the vehicle you would need to register the vehicle again. You probably would not be able to register the vehicle until after you insure it.
Yes you can even insure it - you just can't drive.
if the title is still in your name yes.
NO. The insurance policy has to be in the name of the titled owner.
Is the bank really going to agree??
Yes, there can be two or more co-owners to a vehicle. Insurance of a vehicle can also belong to two or more individuals.
yes its part of the agreement but you can have part ownership helping a friend out with there car as there needs to be one licence registered
No you can't. I'm having the same problem! In Michigan the Secretary of State requires a vehicle to be insured before you can register it but my insurance company requires the vehicle be registered in my name before they will insure it!
The owner of the car has to register the vehicle. The person on the registration must insure the vehicle, or be listed to drive that vehicle on a family policy. That example sounds close to insurance fraud so please correct the situation. Sell the car to the other person and they have to insure it. Actually it is 100% legal for a person to insure a vehicle registered in someone elses name so long as nothing illegal is going on...it can be the parents etc.....
You cannot insure a vehicle twice. Each vehicle needs to be insured with only one company at a time for all drivers.
No. You can't insure a vehicle that you do not own. You must have an insurable interest in a vehicle in order to insure it.
I would say no. You cannot insure a vehicle that you do not own. I know in my state the registration is issued in the name of the person who owns the vehicle. I don't know of any instance where it would be different.
Yes most insurance company never ask for the title. there are Insurance company's on the web that will insure you and the vehicle weather you own it or not.
No, it is not legal to insure a car in New York without a drivers license. You must also have a license to register a car.
Yes in most states you can but there are afew states that won't let you due to emission test. Some of the ford vechiles are made in can.
You do not need to have any type of license to insure and register a vehicle in Alberta. You'll obviously not be able to operate it without one, or in your case without a fully licensed driver in the vehicle with you or as per the provisions of your class 7 license.
To answer your question - no, you do not have to insure a vehicle that is not in use. So long as the vehicle is not being driven, it is not necessary to insure it. However, should the vehicle be stolen during the period in which the vehicle is not insured, then I do believe that is simply considered as a loss, and is not worthy or reimbursement. The other downside is also that if the vehicle remains in your ownership and uninsured for a certain amount of time, you may also be charged an additional fee to re-insure your vehicle again in the future. Bottom line - It is not necessary to insure a vehicle that is not in use, but be wary of any pontential future repurcussions. Hope this helps!
Yes! As long as you are of legal age (In the state you are a legal resident of) you can buy a vehicle. You cannot legally register the vehicle in your name or legally drive the vehicle. You can even insure the vehicle with many insurance carriers; just not for driving purposes (i.e. as a "collector" vehicle for loss or damage in storage).