You will need insurance to take your drivers test.
Drivers car insurance in California is usually around 200 dollars a month. This however depends on the insurance and the other restrictions on different drivers in California.
Arizona has not required all drivers to have car insurance for a while. It was only in late 1960's to the 1970's that drivers were required to have car insurance.
The question isn't fully clear. A license is needed to operate a vehicle. Driving skill is needed to get a license as there is generally a written test plus one to test actual driving ability. It is often required that the drivers license applicant produce proof of insurance that complies with the state's financial responsibility laws. If the applicant owns a vehicle, it must be insured according to the state's requirements, and that proof of insurance must be shown If the applicant does not own a car, he/she may obtain "non-owners coverage". It generally satisfies the requirements of state financial responsibility laws. In that sense, I suppose, you are "putting auto insurance on your drivers license".
It's required everywhere.
Yes, state law in Arizona requires drivers to have auto insurance. The minimum required insurance is $15000 per injured person and $10000 for property damage.
If the drivers now reside in California, then they will be required to turn in their Canadian licences and obtain California licences to replace them; if they still reside in Canada and only use the car for short periods in California this is not required but then the car would have to be titled/registered in Canada. As to the car insurance, I believe it is always purchased based on location where it is garaged.
Yes they are. Each driver in Maryland is required to carry $2500.00 worth of this car insurance.
Yes, you must have your car insurance at all time
If you have been convicted of a DUI, you are required in most cases to file a SR22 form with your insurance company. This will put you in a high risk category. At the time of your insurance renewal the company can increase your rate or terminate your policy.
There is actually no insurance called 'SR22' insurance. The SR22 is simply a form stating that you have obtained certain required insurance coverage, and these requirements vary depending on the situation.