Any company which insures autos in Tennessee.
You would need an auto insurance policy with a modified vehicle endorsement added on.
Having any modifications to a car can make finding insurance difficult. If your lift kit is higher than 4" then it is something that you'll want to be forth coming with to your insurance company. Try contacting an "Independent" insurance agent. This can be done by looking in the yellow pages under insurance, and calling a place called something like "Smith and Associates" or "Schwartz Group". Independent Agencies represent many companies are usually helpful with finding solutions to non-traditional insurance problems. Good Luck.
The real problem goes deeper than that. Aside from being more expensive it will likely be difficult to find coverage in many states. Insurers will believe that you built a lifted truck to engage in risky behaviors and they either won't insure you or will charge much more.
I'm sure there are several auto insurance companies that will allow you to exclude your husband. You need to know what exactly this means. It means that if he drives one of the vehicles on your policy for any reason at all that there will be no coverage provided by your policy. In exchange for this exclusion you will not be charged anything based on his driving record. Remember that it makes no difference if you get back together for a weekend, if there is an emergency and he drives you to the hospital, if his car is torn up and you let him borrow it, there is no coverage until after the exclusion is lifted by the insurance company. You do not have the authority to lift it yourself, only the company can. If you still want to do this I recommend that you go see and independent insurance agent who represents many companies and let them search for the best rates and coverage of companies for what you want.
No, you don't need insurance to pay the ticket. However, Since almost all U.S. states these days will suspend your drivers license for having been found guilty of driving without insurance. You will need to buy insurance before you can get the drivers license suspension lifted.
Probably anywhere from 120 to 400 a month. No joke.
The stay on the decision overturning Proposition 8 is still in place pending appeal. Same-sex couples may not marry in California unless the decision is upheld on appeal and the stay is lifted.
Yes, lifted is a verb.
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Their License is suspended because they have not obtained the required SR22 fling from their auto insurance company. All they have to do is buy auto insurance and file the sr22 as well as pay any associated tickets, fines and fees. then their suspension can be lifted.