Can an unlicensed owner of a car insure it?

Answer Answer No Of Course If you own it, you have an insurable interest and can buy insurance. The company will want to know who will be driving.

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Who will insure an unlicensed driver?

Answer No one. If the person does not have a valid license they cannot be insured for any type of coverage concerning motor vehicles. Answer not true just get your motorcycle permit and you can get... Read More »

If you are hit by a unlicensed driver on a permit driving another person's car that had liability insurance can you sue the owner or the insurance company for your injuries?

Answer Yes, without a doubt. The owner bares the true responsibility.

If you are the owner of a car can your parents insure it and put you as secondary driver to save money?

Answer Yes, they can. It might vary by state and insurance company, but if your parents insure it, and put you as a secondary driver, and one of them as a primary, it is legal. The problem is usual... Read More »

If you are the owner of a car can it be registered to someone else in one state but insured by you in another state or can the registrant insure it in a different state?

AnswerThe owner of the car has to register the vehicle. The person on the registration must insure the vehicle, or be listed to drive that vehicle on a family policy. That example sounds close to i... Read More »