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 How if possible can one legally avoid car insurance and still be able to drive?

Answer Answer If you reside in a state that requires auto insurance then you can't bypass it. The person could drive other people's cars as long as they have a valid license and the owner was agreeable.
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Is it possible to buy just liability insurance for a week-period to be able to drive someone else's car if that car is insured?

Answer NO. If the owner of the vehicle has insurance and you have their permission to drive the vehicle then their insurance would cover you. Otherwise the owner of the vehicle could add you to th... Read More »
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If I am uninsured and I want to drive my farther insured car can I still drive it legally?

Answer It depends on our father's insurance. My children may drive my car because my insurance covers anyone I give permission to drive my car (they have have a valid license). However, my ex-wife'... Read More »
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Can you drive legally without auto insurance?

Answer This is a state law. In Illinois and Texas I know for sure the answer is no. If you're caught, your license will be suspended. What state are you interested in?
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How long after you buy a car can you drive legally without insurance in PA?

All driver of a motor vehicle on public roads must carry proof of Financial Responsibility at all times. There is no exception for a newly acquired vehicle.
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