Probably, some companies only require that you have care custody and control of the vehicle in order to be the named insured. Other companies require that you be the registered owner. The problem that arises is that the finance company usually wants to have the evidence of insurance be in the name of the person responsible for the loan. If you are the named insured but not the name on the loan then the loan company may require that the person on the loan also be on the insurance policy as a named insured. The best way to do this is to have the person that owns the car get the insurance and list you the driver as the principle operator.
it depends on the company
The answer is NO. Yous can work in the office as an office assistant, but you cannot sell insurance. No company would appoint you if you are not licensed.
Anytime you make a claim with your own insurance company against someone else's company or their company directly, the company taking the claim by law has to fully verify and investigate the claim being made. Not only that, no insurance company in their right mind would pay out insurance claims without checking them out first.
Who knows. Even if they do, you have no insurance coverage and they have wasted their money. The insurance company can not and will not pay any claims arising out of any incidents with a vehicle that does not belong to to the policyholder. Purchase your own insurance. It is a legally binding contract in which you state that you own the vehicle and that you have listed all household members and/or drivers and that you agree to notify the insurance carrier of any changes to such.
no it will not
Yes, you should call a direct-insurer (which is the insurance company) and you can buy your insurance from them directly.
There is nothing you can do. How would an insurance company cover a car without the proper VIN to identify that vehicle?
You can't. Usually it is up to the insurance company's discretion. They have the right to settle their insurance claims for as little as possible without litigation. \
No, but if you don't tell them you are married then you are committing insurance fraud.
According to reviews of this car insurance company, this auto insurance company is not satisfactory in the least. Several customers have made claims regarding its terrible service and have been known to renew your policy without your express permission.
No, an SR-22 is just a form that the insurance company sends to the state to notify them of the status of your insurance policy. It is an endorsement on your insurance policy. Hope this helps.