Why do you need insurance for your car?
All cars being driven on the public roads need to have at least third party insurance to be legally on the road.
Third party insurance means that if, when driving your car, you have an accident that harms someone else (hit a house, kill a cow, hit another car, or injure a pedestrian) the cost of this (repairing the house, replacing the cow, mending the other car, compensating the pedestrian) will be paid for by the insurance (unless you are very rich you would not be able to meet these costs). Thus all cars must have this insurance or if you do have an accident the people you harm will not be compensated when the accident is your fault.
You can voluntarily purchase a higher level of insurance which would also compensate you for your losses/injuries if you have an accident that was your fault. This is comprehensive insurance.
Please do not drive a car if you do not have third part insurance, apart from breaking the law, if you do harm someone then there will be no money to help them.
You need car insurance if you drive a car. If you want to drive a mates car but your already insured you also need to have insurance to drive your mates car. However, if you do not plan to drive the car you do not need car insurance, if the car is not going to be driven you could also take the car off road and their will be no need to pay road tax…
You are eighteen years old and you have a license but not auto insurance the only other thing is that you don't have a car Would i need insurance if i was to drive somebody else's car?
You do not need to know if the car you hit has insurance if you were at fault. It would not matter if they have insurance because you as the at fault would be responsible for the damages you caused. Answer If the owner of the car presented you some documents stating that his/her car has an insurance.
well, i think that you don't need insurance to buy a car, but you need it to get the registration and the tag. Depending on what state you are in, if you pay cash you dont need insurance, although, insurance is the law. if you finance it the bank is going to require insurance before driving off the lot.
If you do not own a car or live in a household with a car owner who is related to you, you don't actually need your own insurance as long as the person whose car you are driving has insurance. However, that is only true for the occasional trip in a friend's car. If you regularly use the vehicle you would need to get insured.
Not without insurable interest in a car. If you do not have a car, you do not need to have insurance. If you rent a car, you can get insurance for the rental, but that is a temporary policy. If you have permission to drive the car, you should be insured under the policy of the person from whom you borrowed the car.
Insurance without a Car Non Owners Insurance Yes, You can purchase Non-Owners Insurance, sometimes referred to as an Operators Policy or a Drivers Policy. It is not necessary to own a car to be insured to drive one. Happy Motoring Other Answer No. The primary requirement of getting a car insurance is obviously with a car. And more to the point: Why would you want or need car insurance without a car? Yes you can…