Is it okay for your daughter in college to have her car titled in her name but be covered by insurance under her parents name?
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If your parents purchased a car for your 16-year-old daughter and registered it in their names how should the vehicle be insured in Virginia?
If they do not claim the teen driver on their insurance, then she gets into a wreck or otherwise gets gets the attention of the insurance company, the insurance company will terminate coverage and the parents will be required to get high risk insurance. They may also refuse to cover certain types...
Can a daughter be insured under her dad's policy and drive her mother's car that lives in a different household?
Laws vary by state on this. In some states, insurance follows the driver. In others, it follows the vehicle.Insurance is attached to the car, not just the person who pays the premiums. So, dad's insurance covers him to drive his Lexis, and mom's insurance covers her to drive her SUV. If mom borro...
She is technically liable, yes; but that doesn't mean you can't give her the money or part of the money to pay these taxes with.
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Answer: Yes, car insurance companies normally require you to own the car (have your name on the title) to insure it.Car insurance companies want a policyholder to have insurable interest in the insured vehicle so that you are motivated to protect it.
Can you insure a car titled to your son Or will it have to be in the parents name He will be listed as principle driver of the car on the parents policy Would this effect an accident claim?
The vehicle must be insured by the person whose name appears on the title. Only the person who holds the title/deed to property has insurable interest in said property, thus they are the only ones who can take out an insurance policy to protect it. If the parents wish to insure the vehicle on the...
Yes, it would be cheaper if you moved your car insurance under your parents'.If you live under the same roof as your parents, their auto insurance company would require you to be a named driver on their policy anyway, or to be explicitly excluded from it.
Does Your Car Insurance and Registration Have to Be Under the Same Name? In most cases, the owner of a vehicle will insure it in his or her name.This is a practical and logical arrangement.This often occurs when the vehicle's owner is not its primary driver and does not wish to pay for insurance ...
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If you bought a car for your daughter but not in her name and she is not paying payments now what can you do in Texas?
Nothing. the owner of the car (name or names on the car loan) is responsible for the payments. If it is in your name, take the car from her. Most cars 10 years & younger can have a key cut from the dealer by the VIN code. Have a key made, & take the car (only if it's in your name)
If there are two names on a car title co-signer but the two want it to be owned by only by one what needs to be done?
It depends on how the names are listed, whether they say and or or between the names. In both cases it would have to be one buys the others interest in the vehicle, even if only for $1.00, unless there is a loan and the lienholder holds title. In that case the vehicle would either have to be paid...
You purchase the car at the dealer for your friend does the insurance has to be under your name also?
No, insurance does not always follow the owernership of the car unless you and your friend live in the same house and you have your driver's licence. If you tell the insurance company that you are not going to drive the car at all time and main driver is your friend, then you do not have to be un...
State law requires an Alabama resident who owns a motor vehicle to obtain a title for that motor vehicle if it is 34 years or newer model.Automobiles and trucks 35 years old and older do not require titles.
Is it possible to drive sister's car It's in my sister's name but both my name and her name are insured But my sister now is back in Canada and i am the only one driving?
nothing is impossible just improbable and the answer is 42 but what is the question :P i would only drive your sisters car if you are old enough and are not drunk
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If you are in possession of the car then you are all set. if the car has been sold 3 or 4 time in other states and titles have been issued by other states it may get a little sticky.also if there is bankruptcy you may not be the legal owner of the vehicle. good luck
If the title to a car is in your name but the name for the car loan is in someone elses name who has legal ownership?
If only your name is on the title and the loan is not listed as a lien on that title then you are the legal owner. If someone else obtained a car loan for you then their name should be on the title to the car with yours. The question of ownership should be addressed if someone was kind enough to ...
It depends on your parents car insurance policy.In most cases, insurance companies prefer that the car being insured is owned by the policyholder.Selling the vehicle to your parents for a nominal sum, or having their names put on the title will allow you to add it to their insurance policy.
Yes, but only by a court order. You have to be notified of any court proceeding in which the plaintiff is seeking to place a lien on any property held by you, the debtor.
No, the vehicle would need to be titled in your name for you to be able to register it. Your grandmother could register it in Florida and let you drive it.
Fill out another Pink Slip (change of ownership) listing her as owner, you complete release of ownership section. Here's a hint - If you want to purchase a vehicle for your child 18yrs+ but do not want the financial responsibility of let's say tickets, then put yourself on as lien holder only. If...
Do you need to be added your parents auto insurance if you get your license but will not be driving alone you will be using your permit with your parents in the car?
Yes, because you will still be behind the wheel, it doesn't matter who else is in the car.
It depends... it may depend on local state law, but when I was in the finance business, some companies required everyone on the loan to be on the title.
You own a car registered in Texas which your 20 year old drives in Washington DC How do you transfer the title into her name when she doesn't want to begin paying insurance but wants to keep the car?
How about tell the 20 year old adult to pay for her own car insurance? Or you can transfer the title to her, so she legally owns the car and she can apply for car insurance, which you will keep paying. You cannot legally own a car in Washington DC without having valid insurance. If Texas is her p...
Owner of car says car is insured and you are covered-you crash-it turns out the car is not insured-your insurance covers other party but not the car you were driving. Who pays for damages to car?
The person that lied to you about the insurance would have to pay for it. you could even take them to court. If they lied about the insurance on your car, they could be arrested under a small amount.
In most cases two or more names can be on the title to a car.Once you have your name on the title, you can take out an insurance policy on the vehicle--even if you live at a separate address as the other title holder.The next best option would be to get a non owner car insurance policy.
You can not register or title a car in a child's name in this state. I do not know the current age limit. At one time it was 21.
yes because you are still not a legal adult so you still have to abid by your parents rules.
Absluotly! Most insurance co. only cover those who are listed. However some insurance co. cover any lincense driver over 21. It would be best to go ahead and add her to your insurnce.It would save you worry and if she wrecks or gets pulled over she will be in the clear. ALL licensed drivers resid...
do I have to have full coverage if the title is in my name
No. That's called fraud, and it's illegal in every single state.
if she has the restrigation papers yes.
Whether or not you're covered under your insurance is a trickier matter.Some insurers may include misfuelling cover as standard, but this isn't the norm.You might be able to claim for a drain-and-refuel under the accidental damage part of your policy.However, any resulting damage to the engine ma...
If the title is solely in your name, and your parents are not signers or endorsers of your bank loan, they have NO legal rights whatsoever.If you do not pay the loan in a timely manner, the bank can repo the car.If your parents cosigned the loan, the bank could require them to repay the loan.
Not in the UK it's not ! If you knowingly drive a car without insurance - you're committing an offence - punishable by a fine & points on your licence. The vehicle's owner could also be in trouble for 'aiding and abetting' a criminal offence.
If you try to get theft insurance after the car is stolen you will go to Jail!The insurance companies have no sense of humour about FRAUD!Penalty for Insurance Fraud in the U.S. is up to 20 years in prison.
Only if she agrees to it! Otherwise, you'll have to include this issue as part of the final divorce agreement (when assets are split up, permanently).
Your daughter lent her car to a friend who doesnt have a driver's license what are the concenquences?
probably some time in juvie or probation. something along those lines. that or the other person getting the car stolen or lost, or maybe get aressted deppends on the age of the person. but their are alott of Cons in a situation like this, so yeah that just show that someone can be trusted? haha
Can you have a car titled and registered in your name but some one else pays for it then you transfer title back to them so they can export?
If you create a series of sham transactions the income tax people are free to assign their own values to the transactions and send you a nasty surprise demanding a large late payment with penalties and interest.
Sometimes check with your insurance company and find out their policy
There is a separate place on the title for the lien holder information. Unless you have borrowed the money from an individual.
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My daughter moved to Italy I want to transfer title of my car to her and ship it overseas How do you do that?
the Italian department of motor vehicles:http://www.motorizzazioneroma.it/1. go to olive garden2. bring your cell phone, they have free wifi3. tip your server $20 for helping you translate the page and find a phone number to call and ask. get her to talk to them, and find someone in the office wh...
Yes, just put her on registration so no speedbumps.
What would cause your automatic car to sputter and jerk bad when accelerating in first gear but be okay once it gets to second?
Try a basic tune up. New spark plugs, wires, cap and rotor. When the vehicle is in first gear and you are accelerating, that is when the most load is on the engine. It sounds as though under a load, you are losing your spark because it is arcing out where it should not be.
Your car insurance does not cover damage to another persons car that was caused by your home via weather or unforeseen circumstances. Their own insurance should cover the damage dealt to their car, assuming they have more than just liability coverage. If not, then it is their problem to fix their...
No car dealers will ever take a car without having the title for it. Because if they take it and you dont give them the title then they cant sell it.
Can you claim to an auto insurance if you had a minor car accident but you don't have a driver's license but your car insurance its on your dad's name?
Driving without a license is a crime. If you report that you where driving your dad's care without a license, you could get yourself into trouble, and put your dad's rates though the roof. Do not call the insurance company and tell them you where driving unlicensed.If you have your permit, and wh...
To file for a title of a vehicle in Texas that was not registered to you take your purchase contract to the Division of Motor vehicles. The purchase contract will prove that you now own the vehicle. They will request you fill out paperwork and check the purchase agreement. Once they have finished...
Not necessarily. Insurance carriers require that you list the primary driver of the vehicle for rating purposes.If you deliberately omit a high risk driver in order to save on premiums they may decline coverage if there is an accident.
If you drove someone else car and they did not have car insurance but you have car insurance will your car cover the damges of the uninsured car?
If you're over 25 and have comprehensive insurance, you're covered third party only on other cars, so it wont cover the damages of the car you were driving, but if there was a third party involved they're covered.
Yes, you can. Before reporting it stolen I suggest you record (with her permission and knowledge of recording) that you want car otherwise it will be reported stolen. If she refuses to give you the car then you can report it stolen. I would check with local police or county police as some will no...
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In Tennessee, unless a child is legally emancipated, it is unlawful for a child under the age of eighteen to be the registered owner of a vehicle.Therefore, nearly every vehicle that is driven by a teenage driver is registered in the name an adult owner, generally their parent/parents.
What to do if someone does not want to sign the car title when they have the car but their name is not on the title?
Ask the person on the title to repossess the car. You may have legal liabilities until the car title is properly transferred.A person can't sign over the Certificate of Title if it's not in their own name. That would be fraud and forgery. The person on the Certificate of Title must sign it over t...
How do you get your Tennessee drivers license if your under 18 and have not had your learner permit for 180 days but need your license to get to college?
Check to see if you qualify for a hardship license
With a warrant or with reasonable cause, yes.
When you put your car in reverse it will not go in reverse but in drive it is okay Is that a serious and costly job Is that a sign of the transmission needing to be rebuilt?
Yes you need to get a new transmission, because somehow you burnt out your reverse so it wont move in reverse. So you will probably have to get a new one. A cheap one is roughly $2000 give or take $100.
If your car loan is in your boyfriends name and the title is in your name who is responsible for the car?
What is your agreement with him? Legally he is responsible for the loan. As to the car, which is in your name, you obviously are the owner. You are responsible for all maintenance on the car.
Only the driver. When there are 2 names on the title, it's usually because someone helped cosign.
If your trying to get insurance for the first time and you were involved in an accident with a company car under there insurance and it was not your fault do you still have to tell the insurance polic?
I had a minor at fault accident with a company vehicle. I provided my current car ins co with a letter from my old car ins co stating that they did not pay a claim on this accident. My new ins company accepted it and ignored the accident. You can do as above although it is best to tell insurance ...
My daughter who is 22 years old and does not own a car is it easy to add her to my auto insurance and how much more would it be?
The details will vary from one insurance company to another and also on the kind of cover and so on. Please phone your insurer about this. Joncey
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In Ohio their Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) states if you are under 18 and want to title a vehicle, your parent or legal guardian must complete a minor consent form.
Yes you can. You paid for it and never legally rode it, therefore you never registered it. Now you want to sell it and can, as long as you have the clear title.
If car loan is under sole name and that person has died can the title be changed so that it can be paid off?
No need to change name to pay off. Need to change titleship with proof of death and a Judges determination that it goes to you if you intend to reregister it. The other way to gain ownership is to do an "abandonment" process. This varies from state to state. Contact the DMV in your state, they wi...
A salvage auto may be harder to insure, but you still can -- and should -- get the right insurance policy.In short, yes: You can insure a car that has a salvage title.But don't expect the full meal deal.Most insurance companies offer liability insurance on salvage titles.
No, there is no such thing an an "insurance card" in Massachusetts. The insurance information is on the registration, you can't get the registration without it.
Your friend sold you his car take over paymentsHe took the car off his insurance you insured the car and then totaled it but you are not on the title Will your insurance company pay for it?
As long as you have the title that he signed off of it and you signed on and you have insurance on the vehicle it will be covered.
If the title is in the child's name, the child is the legal owner and the parent cannot take the car, regardless of who pays the insurance.
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If you have car insurance and your child takes it without your permisson and wrecks your car are you covered?
only if you have full covrage.if you only have liabilty your screwed unless they had your permisson.it's called auto theft to the insurance co.if you don't press charges,then you get to pay for everything.
If your daughter who lives with you is licensed and uses your insured car and gets into an accident will she be insured in PhiladelphiaPa?
Yes if she is not specifically excluded from the policy (you would have had to complete a form akin to the 'named driver exclusion'). The insurance follows the vehicle and anyone driving it with your permission, as long as they are not excluded, is covered.
It would be illegal in the United States. "Fraud" to be specific. to title a car in another persons name to hide ownership.
You don't say what type of policy, I will assume homeowners, it depends on the policy form, most auto policies will not cover ANY personal property. Most homeowners policies may exclude the property ''while in or upon a land motor vehicle'' you need to review your policy, or contact your agent fo...
That is possible, but highly unlikely. -There are many other issues that can seem like a bad battery in a neglected car. The terminals may be dirty, there may be a bad ground, the alternator or voltage regulator can be faulty - etc, etc,
In most states, you have to be at least 18 before you can register any motor vehicle in your name as the legal owner.There are states that do allow some teens who are 16 or 17 to own property.If you live in these states, it's legal to own a car in your name as a minor.
If you live in AZ and your spouse in NE and you have AZ tags for a new car that is in his name does the car have to be insured in AZ or NE?
When thru this in Aug of 2005 and AZ DMV was going to revoke title, registration, driver's lic, and chg me a $50 fine unless I fixed promptly; had to buy AZ Auto Insur coverage versus NC insurance; specifically asked if NC coverage would work and was told "insur has to be written in same state as...
I have a permit and taking the practical driving exam. I don't have a car could I borrow my friend's car with the insurance policy under his name for the test will it be accepted in Oklahoma?
I know the policy in Texas and Oregon is that you must show the vehicle is insured, it does not have to be under the name of the one being tested.Oklahoma is probably the sameThe licensing hand book or their website would say for sure.
I'm not sure there's a legal minimum age.However, unless you are purchasing the car outright, you will find it very difficult (i.e. probably impossible, unless someone makes a mistake) to obtain a car loan in your name alone if you are under 18, since in most places in the US a contract signed by...
Because minors cannot own property in most states, a co-signing adult is required to sign the title with the child.Once the child turns 18, the title can be transferred into his name.If the teenager is 18 or older, simply have him sign the title as the current owner.
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It's only clear if it's stamped clear and/or you have the release signed by the bank or lender.
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If your name and your deceased spouse name is on your car title and you want to trade in this car can you do this without removing deceased spouse name from car title in the state of Texas?
If you and your deceased spouse were listed as "OR" on the title, it only takes on signature to release the title to the new owner. However, if the names were listed with "AND", then both signatures would be required. Since this is no longer physically possible, you need to take the title, along ...
You got a written warning do you have to do anything about it can your parents ever find out about it the defective equipment box is not checked off but under other he wrote 08-10401 what is that?
It is best not to keep this from your parents. This is only a warning for something. If you fix what is wrong, this will not matter and will not go on any records. Tell your parents and you will be better off in the long run.
Would my ex mother-in-law be able to make me pay for a vehicle in her name if I totaled it in an accident?
Really?... Of course she would be able to. YOU totaled it. She could take you to court and sue you for damage to personal property. You will lose.
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Does your proof of insurance that you carry in your car have to be the original or can it be a copy of the original?
Your insurance company will give you a insurance card with all of the information needed for proof of insurance. Show that to whoever is interested.
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How can a title be gotten for a car bought for parts the Vin showes its not stolen but would like to make it a driver again?
check with local dmv, abandoned title form.
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Can your loan be in default if you are making your payments on time but have failed to insure the vehicle or provide information to the loan company?
Yes. Making payments on time is only one of several things you agreed to do when you signed the loan papers.