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Insurance departments are separate for every state. Therefore, you must check with your specific state's insurance department to get a complete listing of insurance providers in that state.



In every state, you must pass a driving test to get a drivers license.


There are too many variables to give one answer that will cover everyone in every car in every location. In my state there is no additional charge for insurance that covers a driver with a learner's permit, since they MUST be in the car with a licensed driver while driving. Once they get their actual driver's license, THEN there is a charge for their insurance. For a best answer, talk to the insurance company that now insures the car in question.


"This will depend on your state and the laws that are in effect. You would be able to contact any State Farm agent for the details, but you must be a licensed driver to carry auto insurance."


Depends on the insurance policy. There might be a condition that any driver must be licensed for the insurance to be in effect. If it is your car and your insurance, you probably have a problem.


Of course you can but it is illegal to do so. Every state has a minimum amount of insurance you must carry on any vehicle you drive.


You must be at least 16 and have a driver license to get auto insurance in Rhode Island


A driver must have a car tune up every six months.


No. In the states that require auto insurance, proof of insurance must be provided when you register the car. Some state insurers report insurance electronically to the DMV. Most states require proof of insurance at the time you register your vehicle in the form of an insurance card or endorsement form from your insurer. However, states have different requirements both for proof of insurance and also for liability limits. Your insurance liability limits may not allow you to drive legally in every other state. As of June, 2010, New Hampshire and Virginia are the only states that don't have mandatory insurance laws. Virginia requires the uninsured motorist to pay a $500 fee at the time of registration and at every renewal date. If you get hit by a driver in those states you or your insurance company must pay for your damages and sue the uninsured driver.


Not necessarily. But all household members must be disclosed to the insurance company, and from there they either must be included or excluded. I would recommend everyone go on the same policy, that way you take advantage of multi-car, multi driver discounts.


If you are an automobile driver, you must be covered by automobile insurance regardless of age.


California Law States that a person who is issued a permit to drive must also possess proof of insurance if they are pulled over for a traffic violation. In other words, as soon as you are "permitted" to drive, you must be able to show proof of insurance. In any state the driver must have insuarance only when the driver obtains a license


The requirements for car insurance in the city of Philadelphia are identical to the requirements for the entire state of Pennsylvania. All drivers in Philadelphia must hold liability insurance for their vehicle in three distinct areas. A driver must have liability insurance that covers injuries or death of a single driver due to an accident in an amount of no less than $15,000. The driver must also carry accident liability insurance that covers injuries or death to more than a single person with at least $30,000 in coverage. Finally, the driver must hold liability insurance that covers damages to the personal property of another person for at least $5,000.The city of Philadelphia does not require a driver to have insurance that covers uninsured and underinsured drivers. Every vehicle that is registered in the state of Pennsylvania must have the minimum auto insurance liability coverage in order to be driven on the roads. Additionally, cars that are driven in the state for more than 30 days must be registered and insured within Pennsylvania. Even though there are clearly stated minimums that are required for coverage, it is often advisable to increase the amount of coverage above the minimums to ensure that a policy is able to pay for all of the expenses that could result from an accident.Driving on the roads in Philadelphia without proper and current auto insurance can result in a number of penalties. The license and registration for an uninsured vehicle can be suspended for several months if a person is caught driving without insurance. Hundreds of dollars in fines can be accrued if the issue is not resolved or if an individual continues to drive without insurance. Proof of insurance must be kept with a vehicle or driver at all times in order to avoid these types of penalties.In the event that the registration on a car expires or otherwise becomes invalid then the registration must be surrendered to the proper authorities in Philadelphia. Vehicles that are not registered cannot be driven and do not require auto insurance. If a vehicle does have a registration but does not have insurance, then the driver can be fined and the registration suspended. The only exception to this law is if the driver can factually prove that the vehicle was not driven during the uninsured period.


In order to get car insurance, one must have proof that one is able to pay for it. In the United States, one must also be a licensed driver to get car insurance.


You must purchase it in the state where the vehicle is registered.


Most states have a state mandated high risk driver insurance program that says if you want to insure vehicles in the state you must take on a certain number of high risk drivers, Google your states program.


Every individual must drive with car insurance.


Yes, any legal driver can and must have car insurance.


You will need to get a coverage that you can afford but at the same time will pay for the accident, because according to Texas state law, the driver responsible for the accident will have to pay for the accident. Insurance is a must have and you should compare the rates from multiple companies and get the one with better coverage.


All insurance policys must conform to the laws of the state that the vehicle is being driven/wreck in. Whom ever is at fault for the loss, their policy will cover the injured party. If the N.J. driver is at fault then their policy will pay the injured PA driver under the N.J. policys bodily injury coverage. Subject to the rules of the state..Is it a p.i.p. state? If so the thresold must be eclipsed.


The minimum requirements are liablilty insurance, and anyone driving the automobile must be covered. You must have proof of financial responsibilty.


Yes, state farm is covered to all licensed drivers under 18. It does not matter whether the person is the owner of the car, but if the car itself has insurance in the name of someone in the family of the owner. If it is a student driver the driver must have completed their written test.(permit)



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