Why not call an insurance agent? Or two or three? Most will be more than happy to discuss your situation with you before you actually buy a policy. And there is no need to reveal that you already have an agent if you are just getting a second opinion. Also, your local license branch may be able to help you for free, but their knowledge is usually limited to actual legal requirements to get your license plates. Most insurance questions are not based on legality, but rather an insurance carriers policy, which can be very strict and a nightmare if you violate it. As a last resort, you can talk to an attorney, usually for a fee. But unless you are already in a legal mess, I think an insurance agent is by far your best resource.
Please ask a specific question.
That is a state specific & even worse a company specific question. Most cases no but, again, very specific with state & company.
You never asked a specific question which is most likely why noone ever answered you.
In the UK you must have insurance that covers you to drive the car in question.
that is my question
to get a provider, just visit their website or one of their agents. To find out which insurance a specific car has, though, i cannot tell you.
It depends. Some insurance policies go from car to car while others are car specific. In most cases it's the latter, so check with your insurance carrier.
Car insurance is usually for a specific car. So if you are covered to drive your fathers car that would not apply to your mothers car.
Classic car insurance is not part of a normal auto insurance policy. Specific information must be provided to the insurance company in order for them to provide this additional coverage
If someone refers to a loan for a Collector Car, this means that they are looking for specialist insurance as their car will be a a vintage car. There are specific companies that deal with this type of insurance.
The auto Insurance laws for most U.S. states are typically many thousands of pages long. It would not be possible to post them all here. You may post a specific question and get an answer here or alternatively just contact you insurance agent and he or she can help you with specific questions or needs.
No, there are not any specific cheap car insurance providers in Detroit for automobile workers. There is only the nationally recognized ones.
Nationwide's Instant Online Car insurance is an instant auto insurance quote that can easily be purchased online. Said quote can then be used to instantly plan and purchase a more specific car insurance policy.
What is "it"? The question is not clear.
Quotes for car insurance can be obtained online or over the phone from nearly any bank or insurance company. For specific needs and cases such as classic cars or drivers over 50, there may be specific insurance dealers that would provide a more economical option.
Incomplete question, what about the policy? How to collect, is it is force, value, some specific question about it.
In most states he will have to be added as a driver on your insurance if you want him to be able to legally drive your car. Check with your insurance carrier for state specific details.
A car insurance group is a classification insurance providers use to determine the risk level of driving a specific type of car. For instance, high performance cars are more likely to have claims filed on them, costing the insurance company money.
I don't really understand your question. The car dealer is not responsible for providing your auto insurance. It is your responsibility to obtain the proper insurance coverage for your vehicle and your situation.
It is not possible to obtain free car insurance in the United States. It may be possible to obtain free car insurance in another country, however. This is mostly out of the question, I'm afraid.
I believe full coverage covers everything related to the car it is assigned to and nothing more.There may be specific insurances for business and such which covers multiple drivers and multiple cars but as for a personal insurance, it would only cover your specific car included in the contract. Alternative Answer The answer to your question will be written clearly on your "Certificate of Insurance"and contrary to the above many 'fully comprehensive' policies (In the UK at least) will provide cover for you to drive a car not owned by you and not hired (rented) by you.
Why would you ask such a question? Added: If you LEASE a car - tell the insurance agent, there are different rates (usually higher) for leased vehicles.
This is not a readible question!!
I would purchase insurance before buying a specific car, but most polices want to know what car is insured so I would wait. Also, you will most likely need to have insurance to take possession of the vehicle.
Car insurance does not discriminate against men or women. There are no specific companies that offer just womans car insurance. Instead insurance providers give discounts and special offers to good driving records and depending on the age of the person applying.