You insure a car for a person or persons, so that in the event of a accident with that car, insurance can be claimed only if a named driver on the insurance was driving at that time.
If you insure it in the name of the person who owns the car, yes.
Commonly, the car, but, it can go either way.
Most places you are required to insure your car to protect anyone you may hit or injure. Most mortgages require you to insure your house. If you do not have a mortgage there is no requirement, other than stupidity.
You must have a financial (insurable) interest in a car in order to insure it. It works the same way with home insurance. You must own the home in order to insure it. Thus, whoever owns the car and has the title is the only person who can insure it.
you can insure a car with no license
Only to the extent that the person must have an insurable interest in the car. If I transferred title to you on my car I can no longer insure it since I have no insurable interest in the car. If you transferred title to your child who still lives at home you could continue to insure it.
You can insure the car if you list those drivers on the policy.
No. You must have a valid driver's license to insure your car.
The 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 insurance fraud so please correct the situation. Sell the car to the other person and they have to insure it. Actually it is 100% legal for a person to insure a vehicle registered in someone elses name so long as nothing illegal is going on...it can be the parents etc.....
The bare minimum to insure a car is $500
Yes, some companies will insure your car without registration.
In order to insure a car you must have a vaild drivers license for the state you are insuring your car in.