No. You are still considered a minor and cannot sign on the dotted line of a legal binding contract. Thus you will have to have a parent/guardian to sign and be financially responsible.
No, you don't have to put your son on your insurance, but he will have to get insurance of his own.
As long as she owns the car, has a license, and can afford the insurance she can buy it.
You don't. WHo said you needed to?
No, a 17 year old can not get a car registered in his own name. The person who registers the car must have insurance in their name. Insurance is given to people 18 years and older.
Make him get a job and pay for it himself.
Yes they can. Their insurance can be less costly if they take it with their parents in connection with a multi car policy.
In California you have to be at least 25 years old to rent a car. Insurance companies will not give an 18 year old rental car insurance. If you do find a rental car company that will allow you to rent a car from them, the insurance you have on your own vehicle will cover the rental car as well.
Should be able to contact Delaware's dept of insurance, or an agent they will be able to tell you for sure.
Yes, if you have a g license. But be prepared for a pricey insurance, especially if you are a guy. The faster the car can go, the higher the insurance will be.
your liability insureance should grant him coverage, but you need to check your insurance plan to be sure.
When my son was old enough to drive solo and have his own car at age 18, the cost of auto insurance was about $290.00 per month. That figure may be lower or higher than other parts of the country.
The owner of the vehicle please the people on the insurance policy are liable.