Depends on the insurance company. There are companies that will insure unlicensed drivers.
Call an insurance company. You can insure anything if you can prove it is yours.
If the insurance company will insure the car, there's no law against it. However, it won't be covered if YOU drive it with a 'dead' license.
they insure themselves
they cannot suspend you, only a court and the police can, however, they can refuse to insure you.
some insurance company will let you but they will require a licence number of the person you are allowing to drive the car
No, some companies can insure you without a drivers license.
It's not likely due to the fact that the company would consider the person a high risk. In most states it would not be legal to insure a nonlicensed driver. In many cases person's who have a licensed suspended will have valid insurance coverage cancelled or at the very least resticted. This is not always true. If you go to Progressive.com there is an option for a suspended license as you can pay your ticket or take care of the suspension and remain with your insurance company. Your premiums will be higher, but you will be able to get insurance.
Generally you can not get insurance to drive a car when your license is revoked. You can however insure the car against theft and vandalism etc.
Hard to insure homeowners insurance could mean that you have poor credit or represent high risk to a homeowners insurance company.
An insurance company cannot suspend your license, period. Only the government can do that. What they can do is refuse to insure you. In practical terms, this may amount to the same thing, since most states make it illegal to drive without insurance (or some other proof of financial responsibility, such as a bond).
no it will not
There is no official best insurance company in Texas to insure a Mercury Cougar. Rates would vary depending on your driving history.
No. You can only get car insurance if their is actual a vehicle to insure.
Normally yes. Insurance companies are concerned that they insure drivers with valid drivers license, the State where it is issued is really not a concern.
Your Local Farmers Insurance Agent. They offer Bristol West Insurance policies that will insure you with a temporary suspension, expired license as well as someone with a Mexico ID.
== == First ask yourself this question.............I did something so bad that the State took away my driving license, and now I'm worried about a insurance increase? The better question is this...............What insurance company will WANT to insure me ? They are under NO OBLIGATION to insure anybody, if they don't want to. You may not GET insurance, after your conviction and suspension. == == Yes. Also, many insurance companies will cancel your policy; They don't have to insure you. BUT, depending on what the suspension is for, and what company and what state you have, they may not find out about it if they don't check your record frequently. == == In some places the Insurance company is INFORMED by the motor vehicle branch for ANY suspensions of drivers, on a monthly computer generated memo that goes to ALL the insurance companies registered to do business in that jurisdiction.
Obviously they can insure their employees at reduced premia compared with premia taken from the general public.It all depends on the policies in question of the Insurance Company and is not obligatory.
do you need a license ti insure a vehicle in new jersey
No insurance company will insure you unless you have a valid drivers license. Now if you are asking if your rates would later increase if you have a conviction for this, you would have to check with your insurance company. However, that is a relatively minor violation, and in a state that uses a point system, would probably not be very many points, if any.
Insurance companies that will insure classic trucks include Direct Line and More Than. A company called Classic Truck Insurance also insure classic trucks.
In general it shouldn't be a problem. You should be able to insure your daughter with her license. The question becomes more complex if the CAR is registered in NY, in which case the PA company may not legally be able to insure.
There are some companies that can insure you. I would call a local independent insurance agent for a rate.
Yes, you can insure 2 cars but it depends on your insurance company contract. Hope it helps:)
The workers comp insurance company requires the employer to insure all the employees.