Can a car be insured by someone other than the title holder?

Answer Car insurance can be bought to insure the title holder of the car. However, people who are not title holders can also insure a car. A car that is insured by someone other than the owner of the car ... Read More »

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Does the Title of the Car Need to Be in the Insured's Name?

Insurance policies must be written in the name of someone who has an insurable interest in the insured property or liability. The title of the car documents proof of ownership and the owner is usua... Read More »

Can salvage title be insured?

Answer Most insurers will not provide coverage at all for a salvaged vehicle and consider them unsafe. Some will provide Liability coverage but not full coverage. Others will provide full coverge B... Read More »

Can a car with a rebuilt title be insured?

Some insurance companies will not insure a vehicle with a rebuilt title. The ones that do typically will insure the vehicle for liability, but not physical damage, otherwise known as comprehensive ... Read More »

Is it possible to have a car title in your name but have it insured under your parents policy?