Yes you most certainly can. I am lucky enough to have four cars in my garage and they are all insured with different insurance companies
i am currently on my husbands mobility insurance as the main driver am i aloud to go on another insurance but when making a claim as long as only use one company
its called a auto orgasam lol
Each individual car a person owns is required to have its own policy.
Can one person have two car insurance policies on two different cars
Usually robots, but sometimes a human or two can.
A four post auto lift allows you to stack two cars. Some people feel that two post auto lifts are not good for vehicles as they let the front suspension dangle. However, a four post auto lift is also not good for working on cars as it doesn't allow you to work on things like the brakes.
If one of the car's is driven by your child in college. And both cars are in your name. Does it have to be yes to BOTH answers or one of them
I don't believe that you can combine car payments because they are two different loans with different interest rates and liens. If you choose to do this, you would need to apply for a loan to pay off the two cars, in which case you would be paying a standard loan and not an auto loan. However, most lenders would not allow this especially if you owe a lot on the cars and the interest rates on the new loan will likely be more than the interest rate on the original auto loans. Your best bet is to speak with a loan officer at your local bank to see what they may be able to do for you.
only one with two cars left
Yes you can.
You can shop for cars at a number of sites. CarsDirect and Auto Trader are two of the more popular sites to shop for a car. They offer both new and used cars.