Test driving a vehicle with the salesperson in the vehicle. They should put a dealers tag on the vehicle before you left the lot. It will fall into the dealerships insurance policy.
I could be wrong, but I would think the motorcycle dealership would have insurance for their vehicles that would have it covered for things like test drives.
no it is not
You should have coverages available but your policy is considered secondary to the insurance that is on the vehicle.
If the car is not currently insured, then you need to get insurance on the car that you will be driving. You can purchase liability only if you are looking to go the cheaper route.
Probably not. They have to pay insurance on the cars that get test driven and if you have a DUI it makes it much more expensive for them to hire you.
geico will make you do driving test which is easy anyway i had to i had Irish licence
Um, that would be a no, as you have to provide you FULL driving licenses number!
No, but car has to be insured to register it & keep it registered. to take the driving test, the car you use must be insured.
This can affect car insurance if they believe you are drinking or using drugs and driving. However, most of the time it won't go up.
As Long As They Can Read And Write And Pass The Written Driving Test And The Driving Test Itself, Yes.Even Though They Have Dropped Out Of High School Having A Car Is A Very Important For A Teenager To Have As Up Coming A Responsible Adult. So I Say YES If They Can Be Responsible.
No, just a valid registration, license plate, and insurance. Edit: You do your test in their car, so they already have the L plates on if that was what you meant..
One may save money on auto insurance by insuring multiple drivers and multiple cars under one insurance policy. One may also consider undertaking an additional driving qualification after their driving test such as the 'Pass Plus' course which many driving instructors in the United Kingdom can arrange for a fee.
I would say who ever was driving the car. But it depends on what the highway patrol, insurance company and the judge says if it goes to court.
yes in my state i had to get insurance before i could get my license back Yes, Every State requires you have an insured vehicle before before you can even take the driving test to get your license.
No - if you fail the driving test, you have to re-take the driving test; not go over from the beginning with the G1.
To drive another person's car you must be a named driver on the vehicle's insurance policy.
You must pass the written test and the driving test. In order to get your drivers license.
Yes. The car dealer is responsible for insurance when cars are test driven. They only need to make certain the potential driver has a valid license.
You should not have to be listed on the policy as a driver in order to take the driving test. Most insurance companies do not charge a premium for a person with a learners permit. Your parents should make sure that they have notified the insurance agent that you have a permit and give them the information like your permit number. After you pass the driving test and receive a permanent drivers license, they really should add you as a driver immediately so that you are covered should anything happen while you are driving the car.
It depends on the laws of the State in which you reside, but typically no. However, whatever entity who performs the driving test will usually require the car in which the test is being taken to be insured.